Some people ask God for temporal gifts. In the author's case, he has never asked God for anything. But being a devout Hindu for twenty years was only bringing misery, disease, poverty, hunger, and social ostracization in his life. There had to be a better path for him to follow. In his forties he started to engage with the Light--Christ--that he had done so in his formative years. He just asked for his will to be done in his life. He found more solace and less confusion and more clarity with God. This book relates the author's journey, an ongoing one, towards Jesus Christ, his One and Only LORD and Savior now.