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➷ Everything is F*cked: A Book About Hope Free ➭ Author Mark Manson – Eiyo.us

Everything is F*cked: A Book About HopeFrom The Author Of The International Mega Bestseller The Subtle Art Of Not Giving A F Ck Comes A Counterintuitive Guide To The Problems Of Hope We Live In An Interesting Time Materially, Everything Is The Best It S Ever Been We Are Freer, Healthier And Wealthier Than Any People In Human History Yet, Somehow Everything Seems To Be Irreparably And Horribly F Cked The Planet Is Warming, Governments Are Failing, Economies Are Collapsing, And Everyone Is Perpetually Offended On Twitter At This Moment In History, When We Have Access To Technology, Education And Communication Our Ancestors Couldn T Even Dream Of, So Many Of Us Come Back To An Overriding Feeling Of Hopelessness.What S Going On If Anyone Can Put A Name To Our Current Malaise And Help Fix It, It S Mark Manson In 2016, Manson Published The Subtle Art Of Not Giving A F Ck, A Book That Brilliantly Gave Shape To The Ever Present, Low Level Hum Of Anxiety That Permeates Modern Living He Showed Us That Technology Had Made It Too Easy To Care About The Wrong Things, That Our Culture Had Convinced Us That The World Owed Us Something When It Didn T And Worst Of All, That Our Modern And Maddening Urge To Always Find Happiness Only Served To Make Us Unhappier Instead, The Subtle Art Of That Title Turned Out To Be A Bold Challenge To Choose Your Struggle To Narrow And Focus And Find The Pain You Want To Sustain The Result Was A Book That Became An International Phenomenon, Selling Millions Of Copies Worldwide While Becoming The 1 Bestseller In 13 Different Countries.Now, In Everthing Is F Cked, Manson Turns His Gaze From The Inevitable Flaws Within Each Individual Self To The Endless Calamities Taking Place In The World Around Us Drawing From The Pool Of Psychological Research On These Topics, As Well As The Timeless Wisdom Of Philosophers Such As Plato, Nietzsche, And Tom Waits, He Dissects Religion And Politics And The Uncomfortable Ways They Have Come To Resemble One Another He Looks At Our Relationships With Money, Entertainment And The Internet, And How Too Much Of A Good Thing Can Psychologically Eat Us Alive He Openly Defies Our Definitions Of Faith, Happiness, Freedom And Even Of Hope Itself.With His Usual Mix Of Erudition And Where The F Ck Did That Come From Humor, Manson Takes Us By The Collar And Challenges Us To Be Honest With Ourselves And Connected With The World In Ways We Probably Haven T Considered Before It S Another Counterintuitive Romp Through The Pain In Our Hearts And The Stress Of Our Soul One Of The Great Modern Writers Has Produced Another Book That Will Set The Agenda For Years To Come.

➷ Everything is F*cked: A Book About Hope Free ➭ Author Mark Manson – Eiyo.us
  • Hardcover
  • 288 pages
  • Everything is F*cked: A Book About Hope
  • Mark Manson
  • English
  • 02 January 2018
  • 9780062955937

    10 thoughts on “➷ Everything is F*cked: A Book About Hope Free ➭ Author Mark Manson – Eiyo.us


  1. says:

    Arg, it s really difficult for me to rate this a 3 star UPDATE after thought and discussion, this isn t a 3 star, it s a 2 star This isn t a book in my opinion It s of a collection of essays, blog posts and articles you d see on HuffPo or perhaps NPR.There are some parts of the book that were well researched, provided excellent points and I thought to myself oh wow and I m going to have to read this again Then there were other parts that I was like WHAT IS THIS and WHY IS THIS HERE The writing also oscillated between deplorable to somewhat academic There are times where it reads like a polished, academic book but often it is ranty with slang like Cray cray and vulgar examples that Manson seems to slip in for shock value except it doesn t work.Manson is also a terrible narrator His voice isn t just bleh, but he can t even seem to properly read his own writing he can t deliver his own jokes and punchlines It comes out awkward and unnatural making his cray cray and other slang even distracting.I also kept having a revolving thought, DAMN THIS IS SOME RICH ...


  2. says:

    Something is very wrong with the world It s us We have abandoned our quest for character in favour of one for happiness and we have created a world of diversions that give the illusion of freedom but in fact keep us docile and imprisoned.Manson has written a book that will stay with me for a while This very well researched exploration into human virtues and hope in particular isn t exactly warm and fuzzy Nor is it pessimistic In fact it is paradoxically optimistic for a book that genuinely and convincingly lays out that everything is indeed f cked His trademark wit is still on display but Manson strikes a slightly academic tone than in his first book, which was a welcome change of pace In fact this book has inspired me to learn about Manson s and the world s philosophical greats and read a few of his sources I think that s a good thing.Manson, once again, holds a mirror up to the reader, which can be confronting in a good way , and makes demands on us to be better N...


  3. says:

    If I were to ask someone to give it to me straight in terms of life, humanity and our future potential, this book would be it Amazing read, push through the first few chapters and you ll see how it all ties together in the end


  4. says:

    This book will not be a well loved book I only say this because as a person who has read a lot of his articles as well as his previous book, The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F ck, there are a lot of concepts in this book that can be perceived as radical, and possibly downright offensive The keyword is perceived When you come into this book hoping and or believing that this book will affirm all of your biases, all of your hopes and dreams, all of what you stand for, then you wouldn t have a great time This book talks about philosophy, human existence, psychology, democracy, religion, politics, money, etc and it takes quite a controversial but rational standpoint on these fields Yes, sometimes while reading this book it ll be difficult to get through some of the philosophical concepts Yes, sometimes or most times you will get offended by what Mark says And yes, you would want to put the book down.But don t Instead, read on, or better yet, reflect first as to why you feel the way you feel Don t suc...


  5. says:

    Can someone please remind me never to pick a Mark Manson book again The writing is insufferable, he grossly oversimplifies ideas that need a nuanced view, makes preposterous generalizations about mental health and related concepts, and generally makes you wonder what his point r...


  6. says:

    Smart and funny, this book will help you make sense of your mind and the world we live inIf you liked Subtle Art, you ll enjoy this too I couldn t put it down, actually, reading it in under a day Mark has a talent for taking potentially boring subject matter, such as the teachings of philosophers, and bringing it to life in easy to understand language with plenty of expletives I especially liked his Consciousness Car metaphor in explaining the Thinking Brain vs Feeling Brain would love to see an animated cartoon version , and thoughts on antifragility and how we benefit by choosing to accept and even seek out discomfort in our lives.If you ve b...


  7. says:

    I ll have a full review soon, but for now y i k e s


  8. says:

    Did not finish.He starts off by mentioning the holocaust, how people had real problems back then, compared to us who are now weeping at minor inconveniences behind closed doors crying for an ex, crying because someone was rude to us, etc I find this comparison disgusting and I mean it The problems back then were physical and very different There was no internet back then Now, in the internet age, we have lots of things to compare ourselves with Everyday, whether we want it or not, we are constantly reminded of the things we lack And at the end of the day, when we reach home, it takes a family or a closed one to help us forget those things Secondly, the writing He speaks of things in a very patronizing manner which I found really irritating and was what made me drop this book I loved his first book and on my worst days, it provides a sense of comfort unlike anything But t...


  9. says:

    The book was a meaningless string of random thoughts and stoic philosophy and meditation It was funny at parts, but mostly just a few interesting stories and cliches that are set up as being new insight Also, I don t buy stoicism and meditation as a way forward I am still interested in progress and I do think social movements can make people s lives better Manson seems to think it s all just vain showing off and we should all just ...


  10. says:

    I really wanted to like this book As a fan of Mark Manson, I enjoyed his at times comical writing style and humorous anecdotes in his other books Yet, this felt stale.The book is lazy It s essentially a bunch of repackaged Nietzsche and Harari stuffed together without any flow whatsoever The central theme of hope acts as a loose umbrella topic to otherwise disconnected chapters The book talks about subjects right out of Sapiens and Homo Deus by Yuval Harari The only difference is that Manson inserts his unique voice in this commentary, including a lot of f cks Sounds great right Not exactly The subjects are oversimplified, the language feels condescending at times, and the charm that Manson usually puts on in his books was nonexistent.What made Manson s earlier books good was that he spoke from experience about topics he was passionate about But this attempt into deeper subjects doesn t cut it It is neither comprehensive nor original It s just not as good as other books in its ...

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