This re-release of a Bishop Sheen classic is one of a long list of inspiring titles from the pen of this gifted writer and well-known TV personality. Love, anxiety, beauty, honesty, freedom, compulsion, self-pity, success, failure, health, joy, marriage, sex, faith, adventure — are just a few of the aspects of the human condition that the late Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen treats as he examines the way we move toward or away from contentment. And he does so with a fresh approach, sympathetic touch, and eloquent style. His inimitable personality — intense, witty, exuberant, deeply sensitive to human need — is evident throughout the book and his insights are as relevant today as they were when he first penned them. Readers of all persuasions will find inspiration, comfort and wisdom in this guide to personal fulfillment and happiness in a troubled world.
About the Author: Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen (1895-1979) was a pioneer in the use of the mass media — radio, television and the press — to convey the truths of the Gospel to millions of people of all religious and ethnic backgrounds. He attributed his phenomenal success to the grace of God, study, and intense personal prayer.