Major Stone was a man of few words who made good money, want for nothing, and kept to himself. But life has a way of drawing an introvert out of his shell through his needs, desires, and longings: the need to have friends and be friendly, a desire to socialize and be social, and a longing to love and be loved. Yet, of the entire world’s grandeur, and in the entire Heavenly splendor were to him an ambiguous illusion until he fell in love. And now the pursuit of happiness revolves around everything and all things to have and to hold his beloved. For that reason he evolved to be loquacious: when there’s illness, a doctor he’d call, when there’s a crime, a lawyer he’d implore, when there’s guilt, a priest he’d pray. But when his soul mate faced death, the only hope is A Talk with God.