In "From Guilt to the Gift of Miracles",psychotherapist Frank West gives us an intimate and moving memoir of his life's journey of over eighty years-from his growing up poor in a Pennsylvania coal town during the Depression, through his war experiences during World War II, to his postwar search for inner peace and true contact with the miraculous. In Healing our Anger, he describes the eight truths about anger. The only person hurt by anger is the one who is angry. Based on his studies of A Course in Miracles, this eighty three young man shares a lifetime of experiences while modeling effective roads to authenticity and love. Frank offers the reader the opportunity to benefi t in a very real way from the personal experiences he recounts here, for it is Frank's belief that the way the therapist heals his patient-and by extension, all his "brothers and sisters"-is by doing the long, careful, and ultimately holy work of healing himself.