A young man who grew up as a Palestinian in Lebanon questions the thoughts that have crippled him with guilt and shame. With Byron Katie's help, he discovers that all his suffering is self-inflicted. His whole identity begins to crumble, as, with gasps and laughter, he begins to find the only true asylum: the asylum he can give himself. "To be at home in yourself," Katie says, "is to be at home in your country. We all have the power to be happy human beings under any circumstances."