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Author Mark Manson


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[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Have you ever wondered why it seems that the increased possibility of communication between people makes them more resentful? Have you ever wondered what makes people feel? That they are more anxious and unhappy, though their lives are becoming easier?

Well, tighten your belts!…Uncle Mark will take you on a new journey! Just as his book, The Art of Indifference, questioned our usual conventional wisdom about what makes us happy, Ruin: A Book of Hope calls into question all our assumptions about what makes life worth living.

We live in a remarkable time! From a physical point of view, Everything is better than ever – we are now freer and more affluent than any previous generation in human history. But everything seems, for some reason, to be inexorably bad. At this moment in history, When education, technology and communications became within our reach that our ancestors did not dream of, Many of us return and find ourselves under the weight of an overwhelming sense of hopelessness. What’s the matter? That’s what Mark Manson is trying to get us out of.

Manson published his book, The Art of Not Giving a damn, in 2016. He has achieved brilliant success in identifying the hidden, persistent anxieties that permeate modern life. He showed us that what our modern life has created in our souls from the restless impulse to the constant pursuit of happiness only succeeds in making us less happy than before. The result was a book that became a global phenomenon, selling millions of copies across the globe and taking first place in thirteen countries.

And now, with «ruined: A book about hope Manson turns his gaze from the inescapable flaws in each individual’s psyche to the endless disasters in the world around us. Manson draws on the field of psychology research on these topics, And on the timeless wise thoughts of many philosophers, He explains politics, religion, and our relationships with money, the Internet, and the world of entertainment. And how too much of the good can eat us up psychologically, It unequivocally challenges our definitions of faith, happiness, and freedom. Even for the hope itself.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]