Himaya, young Parisian doctor of Saharawi origin, knows an exceptional destiny. Through an existence whose journeys lead her from a gypsy camp to the European bourgeoisie and then to the Ashram, in India, where she will know her awakening.
Venerated as a marabout in her country of origin, in which she has long exercised as a healer, it is by prostrating herself before her grave that her rebellious son, Mahimo, the author of the book, finally finds his mission of life .
Crossing many societies more or less multicultural, the poetic story that gives us the ex-adolescent rebellious works as a parable with a universal character. Through which tradition and modernity meet unceasingly, while allowing as freely as possible different medicines, like several visions of the world, through customs and sometimes radically opposed customs.