This short volume contains a series of spiritual and psychological meditations that articulate clearly and movingly the various stages of man's life from youth to old age both as they are and as they ought to be. The entire approach is personal in nature and centered around the need of man to grow in dedication to the will of God as his life progresses. The author's observations are shrewed, his reflections and counsels profound and inspiring, and his style forceful and pleasing. This is a book that should appeal to the ordinary man with a reflective bent. Imprimatur.