What makes us what we are and do and what happens to us during our lifetime? What events, insights, achievements and hardships do we experience?
This autobiography delineates a varied and colourful life, covering the joy, adventures and hardship endured by Dr. Victor Chircop Sullivan. It discusses his childhood days, migration, professional life, achievements and turbulent days during World War Two. It also describes his travels around the world, advising foreign governments on social and psychological matters, a change in his profession, looking after and helping the mentally ill people and the tribulation he endured caring for his elderly brother.
All this has given Dr. Chircop Sullivan endurance and an excellent understanding as to how to cope with life and how to respond to a variety of events.