The Sunny Nihilist: How a meaningless life can make you truly happy
'Mindful nihilism is all about seeing yourself as an insignificant cog in the universe - and it works' Evening Standard
In an era defined by stress and selfishness, self-care, and obsessive individuality, emptiness can offer peace.
A balm for the soul of burnt-out Millennials - disillusioned with the search for meaning through career success, a beautiful life and a beautiful Instagram account - The Sunny Nihilist explains why achievement has not made us happy. Looking anew at a philosophy usually associated with grumpy pessimists, writer Wendy Syfret examines our modern experience of work, love, religion and wider society, and asks whether a touch of upbeat nihilism could actually lighten our loads.Making the case for rejecting the cult of purpose and accepting our un-importance in the universe as a positive reality, The Sunny Nihilist urges us to be cheerful in the face of it - because if nothing matters, we might as well be happy and good to each other.
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