I left home behind in search of a place to call home -- across several countries and continents. The book recounts my thoughts on the political and social situation in Eritrea and Africa as a whole; thoughts on travelling, life and death; stories of Eritrean refugees and other friends I made on the way; stories that seemed small at times but very much close to my heart. And then discovered a new dream - my new dream is to spend more time helping people, and it is perhaps the most glorifying, most fulfilling, most important of my dreams. It will require me to keep on trying--to learn to make a bigger difference in my life, in the lives of others, and in the world in general. I want to knock at the doorsteps of missions, the people and organizations who can use my help. I want to go where I am needed, and I will keep on trying. Our future depends on getting up and dusting ourselves off whenever we fall down. The future of the young and the old at home and abroad depends on those who want to make a difference. One's life can't be stalled simply because one is chased away from home.