Humans being the most intelligent species and having lived on Earth for thousands of years, we are yet nowhere near to a life of peace, love, joy and harmony. This book contains a story of a young man, Tom, who had a sixth conversation with Guru Harry. This is a continuation of their first five conversations which are contained in the books “Wisdom on How to Live Life”, and “Wisdom on How to Live Life (Book 2-4)”. Guru Harry epitomizes someone from a spiritual society who offers a way of living which can lead to peace, love, joy and harmony.
Through this sixth conversation, Tom learnt that (1) how to enjoy life, (2) how to choose what to study at a university, (3) what is the best thing to give to our children, (4) how to forgive others, (5) what is the best kind of help, (6) how do we know we are souls, (7) what do masters require from life, (8) what are the four levels of manifestation, (9) how to make a difference to the world, (10) what is the most important ingredient to be able to live on Earth as though it is in heaven.
About the Author
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. 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 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. In his books, he offers a way of living which can lead to peace, love, joy, and harmony. Between 2012-17, he was featured three times on the Radio 938LIVE programme "A Slice of Life Hour". He has also given more than 30 talks at the Singapore Writers Festival, Read Fest, Human Library Singapore, Heartlands Book Club, Next Chapter 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).
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite Wisdom on How to Live Life: Transforming Earth into Heaven by Tommy S.W. Wong is an uplifting book which is the fourth in the wisdom series of conversations between Tom and Guru Harry. The book helps Tom and readers to become wiser and more prepared to lead their lives. Written as a dialogue between Tom and the Guru, the book is uplifting and points out the difference between religion and spirituality, and will also help readers look at God with a different perspective. The book is also useful in making readers tolerant about others' views on God, religion and spirituality. I enjoyed the book thoroughly as it reaches out and connects with readers in its simplicity. The important messages God is trying to convey reach across to us, and the views of readers on religion and spirituality are made clearer through the dialogue between Tom and his Guru. The author's thoughts are insightful and profound, and the book reveals his spiritual wisdom and his personal growth with the help of his Guru. The book also throws light on the Spirit, non-attachment, spiritual wisdom, and many more topics that will make us ponder and look within. The book will guide readers to become masters of their own lives, thereby learning that the existence of the body is temporal and the existence of the Spirit is eternal. Readers also learn that they are part of the Great Spirit which helps them live their lives without fear and ego.
Reviewed by Hilary Hawkes for Readers' Favorite Transforming Earth Into Heaven is book two in Tommy S.W. Wong’s Wisdom on How to Live Life Series. It takes the form of a light but enlightening conversation, questions and answers, between a young seeker of truth and a guru. Guru Harry explains to young Tom how he, and in fact the human race as a whole, can reach a state of peace, love, joy and harmony. He describes each of the principles which involves changing our thoughts and priorities, how to discover our life purpose, realizing we are all One and part of the same Divine, the importance of meditation, realizing that all is good (even the bad has something good to teach us) and, importantly, what we will find in the continuation of our real selves after death. Two short Appendixes explain some of these ideas more fully. I found Wisdom on How to Live Life: Transforming Earth Into Heaven a very readable and clearly written book. It teaches some profound truths in an accessible and empowering way. The author’s theories are sound and fit in with the beliefs and revelations of popular spiritual teachers – and in fact with some of the underlying teachings of the major religions. Young Tom’s questions might well be the reader’s questions, and this gives the book a personal and heartening feel as the guru reveals answers and explanations. There is a light and humorous tone to parts of the conversations too, and Wong presents his two characters as having warmth, love, and respect for each other. Wong has found a way to present some truths about life’s meaning and purpose without overloading the reader with too much in-depth theoretical language. He gets to the heart of what matters, making this a book that could easily change lives, give comfort and meaning, and promote better relationships between individuals and communities. If you’re seeking answers and enjoy reading books about spiritual truths and finding enlightenment, then S.W. Wong’s series will go a long way to helping you along that path.