This pamphlet, by Carl Rogers who developed what he called client-centered therapy, briefly lays out a pathway of life that values self-awareness and acceptance, being the self one truly is, an authenticity that can be the basis of creativity. He observes that this is the life-goal that people find as they participate in therapy that frees up their choices. While this may by now be familiar to many, it is a concise and clear statement that could be helpful to others. Our culture still imposes rigid expectations and judgments on us. This is not explicitly about a spiritual life, but it is a nice introduction to Carl Rogers' enduring insights.—Print ed.