This is a collection of fifty-two short, pithy, inspiring articles which are full of spiritual vitality. They are as sweet and fresh as new-mown hay, and so simple that all can enter freely into them. Yet they are studded with strong and beautiful thoughts. The author says, “I have felt every word I have written,” and the truth of this statement is evident in the book itself, for there is life in every line. The following are some of the subjects treated: “Happiness in Events,” “Difficulties,” “Tranquility,” “Superiority to Conditions,” “Complaints,” “Soul-Completeness,” “Being and Doing.” All the articles have a direct bearing upon daily life, and the book should be secured by those who require sweet spiritual sustenance rather than difficult mental problems.