Erin Yes and Rogue, two young writers, meet the elderly artist PJ. When they roam the Village, they embark on a journey as old as time. PJ was a success as an artist, fine press printer and book designer, but in mid-life suffered a breakdown. He tells them how he died and was brought back to life, innocent as a child. He created new identities, new reasons to live. Erin finds a "Love Token" PJ handed out in the 1960s: "It is raining love in Greenwich Village..." He says, "We are working together in love, in amiable affection." There are times of illness and argument, and times of collaboration and creativity. PJ describes the "intuitive self-guidance" that runs through a person's life, and develops a new concept, "perceptive intellect," vital to our evolution as human beings. Youth and age, chaos and order, empathy and alienation, loss and love. How does it all add up in the end?