Thoughts on: Everything is F*cked by Mark Manson

A book about hope. About our desperate chase for it. How easily it’s lost and what happens when we don’t have it; How to instill it, and how to overcome it. 📝 “Today appealing to the hopeless is easier than ever before. All you need is a social media account. Start to posting extreme andContinue reading “Thoughts on: Everything is F*cked by Mark Manson”

How to Nietzsche?

“The struggle of maturity consists in having found again the seriousness one had as a child at play.” – Friedrich Nietzsche Every time Nietzsche is referenced in books I pay extra attention because I know it’s likely that something utterly profound and insightful is being offered. He intrigues me, but I’m pretty much oblivious aboutContinue reading “How to Nietzsche?”

Thoughts on: “How to Live: or a Life of Montaigne” by Sarah Bakewell

Ah Montaigne! I’m glad I got to know you. You are now officially added to my list of peculiar historical men that fascinate me to no end – alongside Ben Franklin and Teddy Roosevelt. He wrote 107 essays with simple titles like “of Friendship”, “of Cannibals”, “of Names” and “of Cripples”. He was an observerContinue reading “Thoughts on: “How to Live: or a Life of Montaigne” by Sarah Bakewell”