A popular educator, counselor, deals here with the acquisition of courage at a time when war has disrupted homes and lives and made the problem an acute one. Certain attitudes make for courage; certain fears are more prominent. Courage, he believes, can be built up through a practical programme which includes obviating the trivial; recognizing the importance of self-respect, self-control, resourcefulness; practising courage to acquire more; evaluating the stakes we are fighting for; using companionship -- and religion -- for comfort. Personal guidance which is of a more intelligent, and more constructive nature than the usual self-help item. A book which may be used for the religious market too.