This work of fiction, while set in the midst of the economic and political dilemmas of present times, journeys back three generations to World War II, through the eyes of one of the main characters. The book, though fiction, is very much mixed-genre, since it contains essays, poetry, journaling and autobiographical material placed inside of fictionalized events, placed inside the reality of current times. War and discrimination are powerful themes weaved into this book, and so are the incongruences of relationships. But most of all, the book calls forth a spirituality, which is not vested in religious theology and searches for the place where all religions blend inside ourselves.
The great Sufi poet, Rumi, said:
Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and rightdoing,
there is a field. I’ll meet you there.
**In process of finishing touches and finding a publisher