ON-Lion Letter

Continuing his acclaimed series of meditations on life and death in his new book You're Going to Be Dead One Day:  A Love Story, David Horowitz turns to the consolation that his marriage and family have brought him amid the trials of age and illness.  The book is a political warrior's reflection on the mysterious rejuvenating power of love, the bittersweet way in which our children reward us while also leaving us behind, and how kindnesses to others bring blessings home.

Horowitz is founder and president of the David Horowitz Freedom Center (DHFC) in Sherman Oaks, Calif.  The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation in Milwaukee substantially supports DHFC.

It is "wise to try to enjoy the life you have before the gates begin to close," Horowitz writes at the beginning of You're Going to be Dead One Day.  "Entering this new world naturally prompts thoughts about 'last things.'"

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