Featured Review by Gudamercy -- Wisdom by Arun mago

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Re: Featured Review by Gudamercy -- Wisdom by Arun mago

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I am a big fan of books that try to educate you on life and I can't wait to read this book

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lavenderbooks20 wrote:
22 Aug 2020, 03:39
I don’t agree with that ‘rich vs poor’ narrative at all. There are a lot of factors as to why poverty exists. Mostly, in the form of things beyond our control. So I think I might give this book a pass. Although surely, it would appeal to the right audience. Great review!
I totally agree with your point. Some circumstances are far beyond our reach and the only thing one can do is just try to make the best out of what little they have. It's like asking a cat to swim, it's impossible and the result will definitely be catastrophic.😊. So mostly I feel there should be something more added to the "rich vs poor", comparison and all that. You can't compare where a bird was born to that of a pig. You'd lack the essence the two distinctive things all together.

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Your review is great. I think I love the cover of the book. It is well thought out.

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This book is an inspirational book It is meant to motivate to become overcomers. Thanks for the review.

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This is an amazing review and I look forward to reading the book. I would love to know how our perspective and life experience can change our view of the world.

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Your review is packed with information that will be helpful for readers who are looking for a good book.
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I am always open to leaning from others and reeciving guidance but this particular book does not sound appealing to me , I'll pass but thanks for the review.
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It is nice to read a book. That have a true to life story..it will give you a good perspective in life..

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I like how your review is so descriptive. Thank you!

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When I saw the cover picture of a lion, I thought the book was about a lion's tactics to capture its preys. However, this book is inspirational and contains real-life lessons that readers can borrow from.

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Cyrus Michino wrote:
26 Aug 2020, 05:13
The cover picture is a bit of African touch hence the reason the book captivated my sight. The review sounds delightful.
I agree with you Cyrus that the cover picture is captivating. It is as captivating as the life lessons in the book. Give the book a shot. You won't regret it.

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And they would always say, wisdom is the greatest weapon against difficulties, just to manage and cope well. But it is wrong to use ur wisdom against others and unnecessarily giving whats not good to be really true.

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And they would always say, wisdom is the greatest weapon against difficulties, just to manage and cope well. But it is wrong to use ur wisdom against others and unnecessarily giving whats not good to be really true.

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This is an interesting review. I love the cover of the book it bespeaks authority. One more amazing feature about the book is that it encourages morality.

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I think this book is very empowering. You learn different ways to cope from what you learned and also get a few not so good things in life and ways top handle them i highly recommend this book.

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