Harry Henson had good reason for his normally sanguine disposition. He had financial independence, stability, and control of his comfortable, well insulated life, until the day his world was upended. He'd paid little attention to any vulnerability, confident that scientific progress was the battlefield in the leaky dike of mortality. The information age is sometimes imperfect in its delivery system, however. In a psychololgical sense, learning experiences may be analogous to immunizations, increasing a person's tolerance for exposure to uncertainty. Single adults, unexposed to the scrapes, bruises, and tumult of the typical family may be destined for the greatest impacts when inevitable events catch up with them. Is it up to each of us to brew up our own medicine when destiny threatens this mortal coil? Did Henson have time and ability to apply tactics from his competitive experiences to control this situation? Resolution is packed with powerful characters, intriguing situations, and poignant lessons. When the reader comes away, he will have knowledge that he did not have before reading the book.
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