Two realities that progressively co-exist. The first in distress because of mistakes made that lead to an increase in disappointments, anger, shame and guilt. The second in restoring, reconciling, regenerating and rebirthing dreams and destiny. Joseph Trinidad strategically depicts events from his past that are explicit in nature and explores the question "Why has this happened to me?" Each episode in his past escalates into greater anger at life. One event after another, he searches for the reason why his life is so messed up. As he revisits his past, a mystery unfolds. Unknown to him, this mystery began at a new choice, producing new things. As he revisits his past, his new choice begins to heal old wounds. Soon Joseph begins to understand the reason for his downfall, but even more, the reason for him living.