In September of 1995, Cathy Ostlere visited her family in Calgary to celebrate her younger brother David's birthday. It had been a family tradition that no matter where globe-trotting David might be, he would call on his birthday to reconnect and reminisce. But Cathy knows something she hasn't admitted -- David had begged her not to tell their fretting parents about his latest adventure, sailing 1,200 miles from Ireland to the island of Madeira. The trip should have taken two weeks, but two months have passed with no word. Cathy decides to break her silence. Thus begins "Lost, " a remarkable journey in search of closure and emotional redemption. Looking for answers Cathy finds instead only new and sometimes more troubling questions -- questions that will come to have profound repercussions in her own life. How do we know our true passions? In a life defined by obligations, what are the risks? And what are the consequences for following our passion?