I enjoyed reading about the array of characters Samita meets on her solo journey and how many people can relate to her and assume things of her. Reading this book was a breeze and it offered me an opportunity to reflect on my spirituality and my own travel journey.
Samita’s book is more than a travel documentary; from her home in Canada to several cities along the east coast of America. It’s also a look at a young lady’s life and the decisions she has made to shape her into the person she is today.
The book she dedicated to The Supreme Controller, her friend and well-wisher, Lord Krishna.
I am a seventy plus older man, a Christian, and I commenced reading with an open mind. As the chapters rolled by I enjoyed Samita’s stories about the people she met, her sight-seeing and I must admit I admired her outlook on life. Also the way she treated the people with respect, as she describes those who crossed her path.
I recommend this book to all that are open to understanding how some other people choose to direct their life. I should say as well that I found “I Am the Ocean” a very interesting read.