LIFE STARTS TODAY by Evelyn Wells

LIFE STARTS TODAY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A personal conviction that the fears of yesterday should have no bearing on the present is offered here with argument. A survey of ""myself unlimited"" notes the trouble areas of low courage and faith, indicates the importance of one day at a time and the need for recognizing the handicaps and habits that must be overcome, and blue-prints the means by which one can fight back the emotional stampede of past events too well remembered. The of small adventures, the ability to understand moments of change, the strength to fight back all are part of this positive philosophy which is offered by one who has bitterly purchased her wisdom. The co-author of in more than ready with a helping hand and a friendly hopefulness.

Pub Date: July 5th, 1951
Publisher: Doubleday