Born of a middle-class family, the author rose to eminence as a public prosecutor,
migrated to a short-lived private practice, suffered ignominy, regained some measure of lost reputation, and thereby changed perspectives of living with grace and tolerance.
In this book, he shares the experience of success, pain, loss, and the ability to not collapse in the face of challenging odds. The words and expressions are culled from the
The views expressed in the book are entirely subjective and not a venting of failed frustrations but rather a desire to share and benefit others who may meet challenges in their life.
The author shares his giddiness at success, his calmness in failure, his composure in loneliness, his joy in guiding his daughters, his ability to face unbearable situations,
and eventually his preparedness to face his final departure from this theatre of joy, pain, satisfaction, and the people in his life.