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Every night, when you lie down and close your eyes, let yourself be clothed in silence and ask yourself: Am I happy? If your answer is fraught with turbulence or uneasiness, it is because something needs to change in your life. Would you dare to break the chains and attachments that stop you from being truly free? Would you like to get rid of all the masks and become an authentic person? Would you be able to leave everything to discover the greatest treasure that mankind holds: inner peace?
These are the central questions that Antonio Gargallo poses and develops in a novel way. A wonderful story about a journalist called Cristina who has lost hope in life. Sadness and loneliness are so strongly embedded in her being that she even wishes she was dead, in order to stop being a spectator of her own life. That is until fate surprises her through a very special person; Naim, a psychologist from Nazareth with whom she will perform an unconventional therapy which will reveal to her the essence of truth and life; through contemplation and the psychology of the happiest man that has ever existed on the face of the Earth: Jesus of Nazareth.