See, this is something I can't buy. It's just too ambiguous. I'm assuming you're referring to the fact that the force is like a squabbling family? That's the most I got out of it. I didn't see anything "definitive," though. Just an extended metaphor. I've read Cambell and Jung, Confuscius, Lao-Tzu, and whoever else philosopher-types are always harping over on this site. The thing is I can't get a straight answer from the Mortis-lovers for why they think the story is "deep." Id/ego/superego has been done to death in literature, so it's nothing new in Mortis. And it's only good if it's used to some sort of meaningful purpose. You can't throw a bunch of meta-thinking into a half-baked story and accept me to buy it. I thought they were initially going to run with the "too much light" idea, but that never happened. If anything, it seemed the Daughter could do no wrong.