A father and his daughter enjoy each other's company in a park on a summer's day. Ally asks her dad who she is, thus the pair embark on a life-changing conversation about love, identity and forgiveness. While Ally feels out of place in her teenage world, her father does his best to explain to her how all of humanity is connected. The father uses examples from everyday life to help his daughter understand how people are unique but connected as one. Even though each person is different, everyone is more alike than dissimilar because people come from one Source, which is known by many names as God, Allah, Yahweh, Shiva, Universe or the Creator. Ally's father helps her achieve self-acceptance though his personal experience, guidance and patience. He shows her that it is better to forgive people who have hurt her as that is the only way she'll be able to love herself. This is a story about love and acceptance, but also one of self-discovery and understanding. Readers will be inspired to find the truth of who they are and proceed to live that truth. The truth alleviates the struggle, discord, frustration, anxiety, depression, hatred, confusion and guilt in life. Readers will learn that they can choose to live under the shadow of Fear or in the light of Love and will walk away from this book feeling inspired, hopeful and at peace.