Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
All’s Well: Where Thou Art Earth and Why by John Lefebvre is an insightful book that highlights the important concepts of faith, hope, and charity, and the most important of all, love. The author’s perspective on the world and humankind is reflected in his writing, which will make readers ponder on how we measure up as guardians of freedom and other democratic values which we claim to uphold; how to prevent mass deprivation all over the earth, and how to sufficiently plot our place in infinity and in eternity. Though humans think that they are the most intelligent beings in existence, the book says that there are other thoughtful species elsewhere. The vastness of the cosmos and the emerging future are discussed and the book will encourage readers to think about what they know and then find out what they do not know. That way knowledge can be improved and explanations can be refined, and we can see the acceleration in our expanding universe.
The book is helpful when it comes to clearing up misconceptions that we have about the universe and the planets in the galaxy. The author knits the concepts of laws and ethics, consciousness, spirituality, and science together seamlessly and makes readers understand about life and how the universe works. The author’s views are deep and profound and will make readers think and have respect for universal rights. The inspiring words in the book will make everyone love the earth and they will want to make the planet well so that Earth can become Eden again.