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 hypothetical story of a young man, Tom, who had a fifth conversation with Guru Harry. This is a continuation of their first four conversations which are contained in the books “Wisdom on How to Live Life”, “Wisdom on How to Live Life (Book 2)”, and “Wisdom on How to Live Life (Book 3)”. Guru Harry epitomizes someone from a spiritual society who offers a way of living which can lead to peace, love, joy and harmony.


In this fifth conversation, Guru Harry expounded his spiritual wisdom on:


(1)     why we should not disrespect those who are at a lower level of development,

(2)     why we cannot hear things spiritually,

(3)     why people do not want to evolve spiritually,

(4)     why it is not egotistic to say you are good,

(5)     why we should not be attached to the pleasures of bodily senses,

(6)     what are the problems with the pleasures of worldly objects and bodily senses,

(7)     what is the pleasure that everybody can afford to enjoy,

(8)     what is the purpose of meditation and how to meditate,

(9)     what is one great benefit of the pleasure of the soul,

(10)   what is the catch in evolving spiritually,

(11)   how to practice “To be in the world but not of it”,

(12)   how to happily lose many worldly things,

(13)   how do masters live,

(14)   what are Guru Harry’s qualifications that entitle him to talk about life,

(15)   why political leaders are not humane,

(16)   why people with human bodies do not make them humans,

(17)   how to become humans,

(18)   who can become a master,

(19)   what are the differences between religion and spirituality,

(20)   why some people choose to lose their souls,

(21)   why it is important to get the right understanding,

(22)   why life should not be just about making a living,

(23)   how to start living,

(24)   why people are obsessed with making a living,

(25)   what are the four aspects of life,

(26)   how does a good society look like,

(27)   how do masters live in equanimity all the time,

(28)   what is the real purpose of going to school,

(29)   what is the real purpose of going to work,

(30)   what is the real purpose of going to a religious faith,

(31)   how to be happy in school, work and religious faith,

(32)   what is the fundamental difference between the reward offered by religion and those offered by school and work,

(33)   why societies set up all kinds of reward systems,

(34)   how to create a heavenly society,

(35)   why we should pay a spiritual worker higher than  a worldly worker,

(36)   why we should pay people for doing spiritual work,

(37)   why a spiritual reward is better than a materialistic reward, and

(38)   how to become a master of life.


Through this fifth conversation, young Tom is even more prepared and wiser on how to live his life.