The Triumph of the Man Who Acts by Edward Earle Purinton
Purinton pens an interesting title in Triumph of the Man Who Acts. This is the first book of this author's that I've read. The book gives information about health, wisdom, and hope. It surrounds itself around faith, and God, but it can also be read to see how to maintain yourself, and no matter what you believe in, faith can help you get to self-freedom. It's a well-written read, and sounds like the author has experience, either firsthand (probably, since the passionate that this book was written in, shows) and/or research, even if just for enlightenment. I look forward to reading more by this author. The Triumph of the Man Who Acts is a definite recommendation by Amy's Bookshelf Reviews.
Note: This book is a revision of the original book published in 1916.