This book focuses on the mystical aspect of the religious journey. Its mandate is to highlight the harmony of spiritual truth, not the divisiveness that separates the various religious traditions. This is accomplished in the form of a story — a dialogue between two friends, both born and raised in India. One is a wandering mendicant in the Vaishnava-Hindu tradition and the other a Jesuit theologian. While the interaction in this book is fictitious, it is based on decades of my own interreligious conversations with numerous rabbis, priests, and other clerics of assorted faiths.