||Under the 'Ulu Tree is a work of fiction that explores the dynamics of culture, discrimination, belief systems, relationships and the pervasiveness of entitlement thinking in our modern world. It dares to ask "what if?" on many levels. What if we could unfold time and learn our distant genealogy for certain? What if we were to discover that our enemy is not who we think he is? What if history could actually teach us how to transcend its own endless cycle of repetition? And what if all the intricately interwoven complexities of love, faith, intimacy and betrayal could break through the barriers of race, culture, religion and relationship and help us regain the lost connections we hunger for - especially the one with ourselves?