The Truth is at my Front Door is a memoir/how to, for aging beautifully. Told through the experience of the author, the reader is guided through the themes and challenges fundamental to aging well. This book is not about how to prevent aging, circumvent or resist aging. It is about the quality of beauty within every woman and our shared experience of living in a culture that values a perpetually unlined face and flat belly.
Fourteen stories and their wisdom lessons deliver insight on growing old with grace, sensuality and personal authority. The author tells us it is not necessary to have peerless skin, full eyebrows, someone in your bed at night, big breasts, and a big paycheck. What is necessary are big thoughts about beauty and the determination to do the rewarding work of filling the soul.
This is a guide toward embracing impermanence. Themes of loss, change and meaning are the spiritual glue making this an important read.