Richly illustrated philososphy-light manuscript, with colorful "naive" illustrations throughout. Folio, leporello format, 40 by 28 cm when closed. Extends out to 1,590 cm. 61 pages of content (including title, table of contents). The manuscriipt follows the progress of a traveller as he passes through twenty stages of development on the way to perfect wisdom. The text combines mixes ideas from human development theory with Buddhist philosophy to outline the evolution of consciousness. The theory propounded in "On Wisdom Road" is that the development of consciousness is a fundamental condition of being human, yet a process that is experienced differently by each individual. The text is written in a decidedly non-calligraphic cursive, as if written by a child, and this seems quite deliberate, and in keeping with the naive artwork. Pliny in his artwork also employs what he calls "Change Notation", a visual system he himself developed for contemplating life experiences. The symbols used in this system are explained at the end of the book. The medium used for the illustrations is pigment and acrylic inks, as well as some gold leaf. Signed by the artist.