A Tibetan monk tries to cope with life after his dominating mother dies. He chooses to leave the monastery to find his American father in the United States. He becomes friends with a beautiful Indian woman who guides him along the way. They take on San Francisco, CA. They find a clue given by, The Book of I am Thee, written by his father. The book is stuffed with many spiritual lectures. The father is also running a for-profit corporation helping people in an overstated economy. The Galapagos Islands become a spiritual gateway for four people who are intertwined throughout the novel. The love stories are fresh, and there are some surprises. It is a drama of spiritual enlightenment embracing light comedy.