In this book, Suzanne shares a childhood vision which gave her the early clues for humanity’s interconnectedness with nature and the higher realms. Nature as a repeated motif for hope, threads throughout her story. She arrived in the emergency department with septicemia and a deadly form of meningitis and tracks back and forth through her life viewed from the reduced and darkened vantage point of her hospital bed, battling never ending hallucinations and skull shattering pain. A frank discussion with her doctor revealed that it might be too late to avoid brain damage. As her condition worsened in a dramatic unfolding of events, she tells how she begged to be given the chance to live to finish her “beloved” patient project. She received an answer; the first of many heart-rending signs of divine help and with it is the realization that her life had come full circle.