Suhail, a young boy with Autism, flees to live in the mountains after his father shuns him, not understanding his disability. Pinned with the confusing sadness that his mother died in childbirth with him, Suhail's perspective of the world is a more nuanced one - he is at one with nature, he understands empathy, and he has a kindness that infiltrates those that engage with him. Adamant to find his mother's family, Suhail makes the epic journey encountering kindness along the way, bestowing upon those who will listen to his solutions to their problems. Upon returning home, Suhail warns the village of an intense storm coming and, in the midst, reconciles with his father, who confesses he was angry with sadness and offers up his apologies. We hear about how Suhail's legacy prevailed, and he taught those to listen to nature and respect it - much like how humans thrive.
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