If there ever was a book which shouldn’t be rushed through, this book would most definitely be one of them.
By definition, morality in its simplest form is what is deemed to be appropriate and what is deemed to be inappropriate according to a specific religion, society, or way of life; which could originate from an individual’s comprehensive belief of what should be universally acceptable and explicitly identical to that which good/right.
What the author of this book has done is to list 150 of these moralities and gives his readers a reference point to ponder over through a personal reflection via a description of what each of these moralities is referring to. And through these personal reflections readers are given opportunities to connect with the many aspects of life which this book is trying to communicate.
Remember that knowledge is power, a power which can lead to appropriate thinking.
For having given his readers a thought-provoking and inspirational reading experience I’ve given Dr. Hussam Atef Elkhatib 5 STARS for his endeavor here.
Moralities for Life are thoughts that roam through everyone's mind at one time or another. They are concerns everyone once has had and remained with them until they became a part of what one intrinsically is. People often contemplate and wonder about ethics, friendships, society, religion, politics, relations, romance, faith, emotions, reactions, interactions, sexuality and the like. This book encompasses those concerns and much more. It projects their sensitivities in a neutral sense that is inclusive, yet bears in mind humanity as a whole. Those moralities have transpired from observations and experiences around the world, and are presented through a logical comprehensive method. The purpose is to provide joy that emerges from a selfless vision and elation that springs from a constructive attitude toward one’s own surroundings. This new outlook would be liable to aid one with a pragmatic vision that is optimistic and has a positive affirmation.
About the Author
Dr. Elkhatib views himself as a son of this world. He lived an eventful life in numerous countries across the globe, and that made him impartially identify with everyone. Writing to him is a mere matter of inspiration that he perceives as a total blessing. The author is also a poet whose inspiration derives from a spiritual life of his own. He worked in several professions in a variety of fields. His academic education comprises of a Bachelor of Science in Occupational Education, MBA, and PhD in Business Administration with a specialization in Management.