One day is enough to change the routine of life.
For Irene, a doctor in the children’s oncology department, whose understanding of life ranged mostly between life or death, she was usually a staunch critic of everything that comes outside of the realm of science, her routine was changed by the story of her best friend David.
In a forgotten and remote part of the world, where David goes for investigative journalism, his field of work, there he experiences a personal transformation.
In the Temple of Redemption, he goes through the nine circles of initiation, thereby he is introduced with the nine largest secrets of life.
Number nine is not randomly chosen, neither was a circle randomly selected.
The fear that he had until that point prevented him to understand the universal truth and love, but there, on that distant part of the world, with every new initiation, fear disappeared, because he was realizing the ease of wisdom and acceptance. He recognized that life is a bridge with a lot of illusion like a broken mirror. He learned to get along bit by bit, imperfect to perfect, by accepting his own duality as a natural state of mind and spirit. In the end this knowledge and profound truth finally acquitted him of embedded prejudices, proving that there is always a beginning and never an ending.
Read to find out how David’s story deviates from the stale routine of everyday person and how life itself is a mystery that reveals on every page of this novel.