Jeffers, a popular workshop leader and author of the best-selling Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway (Harcourt, 1987), wants to show her readers, basically, how to "go with the flow." She argues that even in the face of adversity, people do‘and the reader can‘live a joyful life. No one would argue that inner peace is not a worthy goal, and, indeed, works on the subject have growing appeal. Yet this book is curiously uninspiring and at times even fails to hold the reader's interest. Its best points are its intention and the quotations that appear at the start of each chapter. Barbara DeAngelis said it better in Real Moments (LJ 9/1/94). Only those public libraries where Jeffers has a following need to purchase this one.‘January Adams, Franklin Twp. P.L., Somerset, N.J.