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Reviewed by Romuald Dzemo for Readers' Favorite
What Is Man: From the World of Ro and Mo by Rohan and Mohan Perera is the fruit of a journey that began when the authors were just eleven years old, a spiritual classic that considers one of the rarely asked questions but one that haunts the human mind. The very moment I read this title, I recalled the words of the philosopher, the cynic Diogenes, who sauntered the streets of Athens with a lamp at broad daylight, claiming to be looking for man. But the beauty of this book is that it isn’t the work of a cynic because it carries within each line depth and truth and wisdom. A book written by two siblings on one of the crucial questions of life — meaning or purpose.
What is this book about? It is simple! In this book, the reader learns powerful truths or the reader is reminded of the dread truths about the beauty and power that lie within the human person. In the first pages, they write: “In the olden days, we used to look up to the stars for guidance and love, but times have changed and today we look up to each other.” They underline the importance and power of friendship, but most importantly, this book explores spiritual values such as self-awareness, spiritual connections, self-worth, love, inner freedom, and a lot more.
In What Is Man: From the World of Ro and Mo, readers find the wisdom that brings inner freedom in a world where they are compelled to move and act in the rhythm of the world and often at a pace that completely robs them of the most precious moments. They will learn to hold on to what is essential and what makes their life worth living. Rohan and Mohan Perera offer readers tools that will allow them to attain spiritual awakening. Combining scripture and traditional wisdom with the reality of culture, the authors offer a light that will shine through the dark corners of doubt, despair, and self-deprecation. This book will help any reader see the luminous light that shines within their humanity and to follow it with courage and certainty. It is very inspiring and motivational.