'My best memories are made of both hard and good times, and happened to begin at the time I was standing on the balcony of my home, watching the flying pigeons and ticing a Letter M in their arrangement with a lovely White Pigeon showing clearly.' When the author, Mohannad Halaby, is given potentially tragic news about his physical health, his mental wellbeing also becomes enveloped in darkness. With the aid of some wise elders Halaby embarks on a journey to seek the truth, with the help of God's words. However his journey of discovery takes him far away from his home, to a school in Dubai where he becomes disheartened by the corrupt nature he finds there. One teacher stands out like the lovely White Pigeon he remembers so significantly, but this perfect and incent young woman is married with a daughter. Halaby must be honest with his needs but must abide by the Lord's words. This is a reflection of his struggle and the truth.
Mohannad Halaby (M.H.) believes that the inner struggles of a person are the secrets that shape an individual's character. He believes in the love of God being beneficial to the human self: What good will it be for someone to gain the whole world, yet forfeit their Soul (Matthew 16: 26) M. H. was afraid of those words. His confusion wasn't of losing himself, but from the fear of not abiding by the Lord's words at times. M.H. was honest with his needs. He achieved an incredible accomplishment of writing his first book within only twenty one days. After that M.H. stated, Man can achieve phenomenal and unique feats if he or she intended to be truthful with himself or herself. However, if they verily counted on God, they will indeed perform unbelievable miracles.