EACH of us, sooner, or later, comes to a momentous point in life when he suddenly realizes that he is living, alive in space and time, standing between past and future. But his memory can cast only a tiny ray of light on an extremely small part of the past. Beyond this point everything is lost in mist as dim and uncertain as the future whose secrets are inscrutable. He begins to sense the great questions: WHENCE?—WHITHER?—WHY?