Amoris ut intelligam (I love so that I may understand). Love is the only thing in life that teaches us not everything is about the exchange. For a religious person, any thought of love must begin with a notion of God, of Divine Creation, and His art of love. The mystery of this art is that rests on His Luminosity, which more often than not escapes our eyes. Touched by Messiah is the story of Joann an ordinary waitress who is visited by a descendant of a great 19th Century healer who claimed to be the Messiah. Exploring the issues of faith, love, and healing power, the story takes us through the extraordinary journey of Joann, who becomes a healer and seer and acquires a whole new understanding of the meaning of resurrection, tantamount to a new theology of love that is freed from the centuries' old yoke of religious dualism of good and evil and elevates women to co-participants in the event of resurrection. The story then becomes a vehicle for reflection on the works of various theologians including Martin Luther King and his interpretation of the gift of love.