Young Bradley Kappa thought he had it all-a beautiful and loving wife, a gorgeous newborn daughter, parents who adored him, friends who supported him and the streets of New York as a playground, and a flourishing career as a New York City firefighter. Life couldn't get any better. Suddenly, his life is in shambles as the worst day in American history happens-September 11, 2001. Because of just one day, he lost his little family, he lost a great friend who also acted as his second father, his parents' near-perfect relationship starts to crumble, and he loses his will to live. Because of this day, his entire mind-set is badly twisted, making him think evil and dark thoughts that even his friends and family can't help him out of. Bradley then goes on an unforgettable journey to find himself again, and along the way, he learns to let go of his anger and to forgive himself. He achieves all these with help from the most unlikely person of all, a Muslim named Ahmar.