Once again a book that looks to help you make incremental improvements to your life so that overtime you can achieve your goals.
Slightly religious undertones like sug gesting being involved with your local church or donating your time or money to them.
An important thought provoking point he raises is to think: what if everybody else was like you in your country? Would you want everybody else to be like you because then it would really be a happier, better place?
This question is particularly important today (despite it being an old book) with current social distancing that people are undertaking due to the COVID-19 pandemic. If you reflect deeply on this question it can help you identify areas you may need to work on to build your positive characteristics.