This book about hope is really awesome. It touches upon some of the most important facts of our lives in the simplest way possible. It discusses psychology, democracy, FOMO, thinking habits, value systems, and much more. This is a thought-provoking and honest examination of the human condition. The author doesn’t hold back when talking about the many ways in which the world can be hard and overwhelming.
One of the key themes of the book is the idea that, despite all of the negative aspects of life, there is still hope to be found. Manson argues that this hope comes from recognizing and accepting the inherent suffering and uncertainty of existence. He writes that by embracing these difficult truths, we can begin to find meaning and purpose in our lives.
The book is not a self-help guide, it’s the author’s point of view on the world and the way we should approach it. He offers a more realistic perspective on the world and the way to deal with it.
One of the strengths of the book is Manson’s ability to take complex and abstract ideas and make them relatable and actionable. He provides practical advice on how to navigate the difficulties of life and encourages readers to take responsibility for their own happiness and well-being.
Overall, “Everything is Fucked” is a thought-provoking and honest examination of the human condition. It is not an easy read, but it is one that is worth the effort. For anyone looking to gain a deeper understanding of themselves and the world around them, I highly recommend this book.
Excellent concept about “Thinking Brain & Feeling Brian”, how they define our day-in and day-out activities, especially when it comes to our decisions making abilities.
I highly recommend it if you want to know why “Hope is Overrated”.