If you were given the opportunity to live over ninety years old, what would you wish in the first place? For sure, lucidity to continue interacting with the world around you, right? The physical and mental health, since there is nothing worse than just survive at the expense of many pains and sorrows, instead of a content and satisfactory life. And what more would you want? Looking back and considering “Yes, it was worthwhile!”.When reading the autobiography of Pablo Luis Mainzer you´ll find that you are facing a phenomenon of lucidity, determination and a vivid picture of some of the most poignant decades of our humanity. German, Jew and still a teenager, Pablo and his a little elder brother Ernst, had to escape from Germany, full of warmhearted memories, and to let behind their loving and beloved parents. to confront an unforeseeable future destiny.How to survive in another continent, teens, not knowing the local language? Pablo is relating hilarious situations and others more desperate and moving, as well as his overcoming never experienced challenges with the persisting nightmare of Nazi persecutions affecting his family. With sincerity he puts on view his doubts in relation to religious dogmas in effect until the present days. He suggests “utopian” alternatives as such considered by a friendly priest and exposes how his antagonistic views of faith accompanied him all his life.Already passing 90 years old, Pablo started to write to keep his mind active; his work started with this Autobiography followed by a romance “the Human Mankind”. Both are enlightening in respect to his inner thoughts of accumulated wisdom during nearly a century of social and historical background he left behind.