Reading the first few poems on logic - I was lost. In a funny kind of way I understood that logic “puts things in their right places” but as I see it these things are not always logical and things don’t always add up and make sense.
Then as I read on, it became clear that it is just what Ronnie is meaning. He is so clever!
You really have to think about the poem Existential Law and Nothingness. I also thought the lines in Existentialism and Essential Logics about life being uncertain and the humour in wanting to win the lottery or liking a beautiful girl was something to really think about too.
Existentialism and Psychology really affected me. I could understand about colour, shape, sound, smell and touch influencing fulfilment and happiness, it is such a meaningful poem - I loved it.
In Existentialism and God I thought yes this Ronnie Lee has got it right, if we are worthy to obey the laws of nature and logic then all evil will stop. How wonderful would that be? Of course there is so much more to it, I realise that, but so much of what Ronnie writes is sense.
The Existential Will To Survive is a beautiful poem which makes you realise why you want to survive in this life that we are living and against all the odds, quite often. I really enjoyed this and read it over and over again.
It would take me weeks to read each of these poems and thoroughly study them but for the purpose of this review I have selected various ones to write about.
I shall return to this book time and time again. Ronnie Lee is a brilliant philosopher and a man that could put this muddled up world of ours to rights in no time. In the mean time read on and try and understand his deep thoughts.
The section on Philosophy is quite deep for the layman to grasp but parts become clearer as you read and think about it.I would however say that students or anyone with an interest in this subject should without a doubt read and study Ronnie’s book.
I wanted to understand the section on death and whether the soul exists but I did find it rather complex.
I did however enjoy Life and Duties and Social and Work Relationships - I could totally understand where Ronnie comes from.
What Is Happiness, is so true - every line speaks volumes - I loved it and felt happy just reading it.
Asteroid Defense- I wondered about this and why in this book?
The World Science Section I thought was very, very clever but you do need an interest in the subject to read and study it all- but as always - so clever Mr Lee.
Torturing My Mind at the end of the book - well you certainly could torture your mind reading this book it is so deep and complex at times but if you really want to study-- WHAT A BOOK.
Ronnie Ka Ching Lee you have written another amazing staggering book of truths, wisdom, knowledge and reason. A book to treasure indeed.
The above review was contributed by: Jessica Roberts:Jessica is a book reviewer for a local newspaper and has reviewed for a national women's magazine too. She has had various articles published in magazines and has now completed her novel. Jessica currently lives in West Yorkshire and enjoys walking in the dales and woodlands as part of her hobby as well as, of course, reviewing books. To read more of Jessica's reviews CLICK HERE
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