She sets out on a journey, with the intention of being a volunteer and with a flight ticket, without previous reservations, maps or navigation, and knowledge of the destination either.
She believes in communication with people, which often brings surprising experiences. Sometimes funny, sometimes less. Drink her journey, halfway through barefoot, she got to know the Buddhist philosophy, whole new community, completely new communities, experiences magical meditation moments in sacred places in the Himalayas and a myriad of unrepeatable situations.
Thus, she demonstrates the practical use of new experiences in real life. With rational and emotional views associated with logic, she inspires the readers while not losing a sense of humour. For example, when facing the imprisonment in India, she finally finds a way how to get out of it.
Tereza pictures everything so truly, from a teacher ́s perspective on life, so typical for her. She‘s doing a great job here, seemingly bringing you into action. You feel part of the stories as if you were experiencing them yourself.
The book is for those who want to broaden their horizons, consider their own volunteer and traveller journey, deepen their meditation skills, bring more happiness to life, or experience the adventures of Nepalese jungles or Himalayan mountains from home.
Whatever you are looking for in the book, in any case, you will experience a fantastic adventure.