Inette Miller was a Jewish woman, a writer, a level-headed single mother agreeing to a rite of passage that demanded she walk naked in someone else's homeland. She was mute that first year, but she is no longer shy about telling her story. This is the story of the human possibilities of spirit. It is equally the story of the human path, burdened with fears and doubts. She went on vacation for a week, and she stayed for a lifetime. She walked the edges of magic a confused stranger in a hidden aboriginal culture. Led by love: Her rite of passage was spiritually, emotionally, physically inspiring and it threatened her very life.