Whitinsville, MA: Affirmation Books, 1979. 101p., wraps, 5.5 x 8 inches, illus., wraps lightly worn, a few passages marked in pen else good condition.
Foreword describes the books as "a series of releflections wherein the author invites her readers to ponder the tremendous potential they have within themselves to develop as fully human and fully holy persons." Agudo was a Filipino-American Franciscan missionary and psychotherapist at the House of Affirmation, a treatment center for "troubled" priests which was closed amid financial scandal in 1989. Co-founder Thomas A. Kane (who also wrote this book's foreword) was later accused of sexual abuse himself.