Wisdom on What is Good and What is Bad

How to Become a Better Human and Create a Better World

Non-Fiction - Religion/Philosophy
150 Pages
Reviewed on 04/22/2021
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Author Biography

As the author of the book series “Wisdom on How to Live Life”, and the autobiography “How an Engineering Professor Becomes a Spiritual Philosopher”, Dr. Tommy Wong lives spiritually in the midst of modern Singapore. Nowadays, he serves the world as a freelance consultant and trainer. He is also an editor and has authored five book series and more than 20 books of four different genres: engineering, philosophy, self-help and spirituality.

Since 2009, his books have been available on Amazon and many other online bookstores worldwide. Between 2012-17, he was featured three times on the Radio 938LIVE programme "A Slice of Life Hour". He has also given more than 40 talks at the Singapore Writers Festival, Read Fest, Human Library Singapore, Heartlands Book Club, Booktique bookstore, Financial Services Consumer Association, as well as various Meetup groups. Further information about Dr. Wong’s work can be found on his website (http://wisdomlife.page4.me/) and the FB page (https://www.facebook.com/wisdomlivelife).

    Book Review

Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

Wisdom on What is Good and What is Bad: How to Become a Better Human and Create a Better World by Dr. Tommy S. W. Wong is an insightful book that gives glimpses of the conversations between Tom, a young man, and his spiritual guru, Harry. The book covers interesting discussions on how to decide what is good and what is bad, whether religion is good for the world, if good people should join politics, and other thought-provoking topics that might crop up in the minds of many readers. Readers also learn what non-religious spirituality is while reading the dialogues between Tom and his guru, wisdom on good and bad, and also how to create a better world.

What makes this book engaging is the fact that it is like a dialogue which makes it easier for readers to understand. The questions and answers are conveyed in a simple manner for any reader to comprehend and look at life with a new perspective. Reading this book is also a good way of finding out what is good and what is bad; what is right and what is wrong. The dialogues will generate awareness among readers and will encourage them to become more curious about spirituality. Wisdom on What is Good and What is Bad by Dr. Tommy S. W. Wong offers details about spirituality in a very engrossing and absorbing way that makes it fascinating for readers. It is a book that can be kept on one's personal bookshelf to be re-read as it gives answers to many questions that readers have about spirituality and religion.