"A man never stops being a soldier. In his lifetime, he should always be ready to defend his convictions and his beliefs." Such a message, given to Tadeusz Maciejczyk by his mother when he was a boy, does not promise an easy life, nevertheless they are wise words. They continue to shape his life.
Dr. Maciejczyk shares the search for truth and meaning that mobilized him to stand firm in the face of intense personal and professional trials. His book calls to anyone who still has a dream and is willing to plunge into the heat of battle to find his own road through the problems and conflicts of life.
Tadeusz Maciejczyk survived the horrors of Nazi-occupied Poland, actively participating in the Underground Home Army. After the war, he studied medicine at the University of Madrid, eventually coming to the United States to practice medicine. He now makes his home in a small village in Illinois where he paints, writes, and continues to see patients.