A difficult thing to do, but Professor Mursell has written a book that may help those who are groping for a philosophy for these times. He is practical without being preachy. He holds to the problems the war presents the individual, and here makes a sincere endeavor to develop faith and a plan of action for parents, citizens, even children. His purpose is to develop a sense of living to full capacity, so that each can make his contribution to the winning of the war, in building morale, friendships, sharing defeat and victory alike. Filled with fresh and interesting documentary evidence from the lives of people --people of the past and present who have met crisis and left something to help others meet it likewise. These times give this sort of book a market it might not otherwise find.