The Delicate art carefree

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Title: The Delicate Art of Carefree

Author: Mark Manson

Translator: Roghayeh Firoozi

Publisher: Bagh-e Fekr

Topic: The way of life

Age category: Adult

Number of pages: 216

Language: Farsi

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Introducing the book of fine art carefree
The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F * ck can usually be found in the bestseller list of the world’s largest bookstores. This book is the second published work by Mark Manson.

Mark Manson’s first book is called Models, written for men, in which he deals with the methods of attracting women and managing the first stages of the emotional relationship (the period of formation) (of course, we in Iran know him better because of his second book and After the sale of his second book, the first book was also considered and translated).

Manson is usually classified as a self-help writer. His main work is blogging and he has more or less scattered the contents of his books in his blog before being published in book form.

What is the Summary of Carefree Fine Art Book?
Many of the best-selling public books in recent years have one thing in common: they focus on a single idea and write several hundred pages about it.

You can simply start with books like Inner Ink, Why, and summarize the power of habit in one or more sentences. The book The Fine Art of Carefree can also be placed in the same group. The summary of Carefree is this: We do not have the opportunity, strength and energy to care about everything. We have to worry too much so that we can focus all our thoughts and choices and decisions on a limited and specific option.

So the book of fine art is not carefree about carefree; Rather, it is about paying too much attention to key goals and values ​​and being careless and indifferent to other margins (even if others consider those margins to be the principle).

A few sentences from the book Art of Fine Carefree
The key to a good life is not to care about more and more things; Instead, think of these as actions that you must take on a regular basis, to focus on the things that are real, immediate and important.

… There is a hidden reality in life; That there is no such thing as carelessness. You have to care about something. Paying attention to different things and paying attention to issues is part of our body and biology.

The question is, what do we care about, and how do we not care about things that do not matter.
… Maturity occurs when a person learns to care only about things that are valuable.

The more interesting question that people never ask themselves is, “What pain do you want in your life?” “And what are you willing to work for?”

For example, most people want to get a job promotion and earn a lot of money; But no one wants to endure the sixty hours of work a week, the long distances between home and office, the useless paperwork, and the authoritarian class structure of the company.

Everyone wants to have great relationships; But not everyone is willing to endure difficult conversations, unpleasant silence, hurt feelings, and emotional role-playing.

Current culture tells us that I have caused my own failure.

I’m impatient or a loser, and I did not have the things I needed to do, I gave up my dreams, and maybe let the pressures of society overwhelm me.
But the reality is much duller than all this. The fact is that I thought I wanted something; But it turned out that I did not really want it; This.

I wanted rewards for this, not battles. I wanted the results, not the process of achieving them. I did not love war; I loved victory. And life does not go this way.

The fault is with the past, and the responsibility is with the present;

The fault lies with the choices you have already made, and the responsibility is the result of the choices you make right now at every moment of the day.

You have chosen to read this text.

You choose to think about these concepts.

You choose to accept or reject these concepts.
It may be my fault that you think my ideas are worthless; But you are responsible for your own conclusions.

It is not your fault that I wrote this sentence; But you are still responsible for deciding to read it.

There is a difference between blaming someone for your situation and that person’s real responsibility for your situation.

No one is responsible for your situation except yourself.

Many people may be blamed for your frustration; But no one is responsible for your frustration except yourself.

This is because you always choose how you view things, how you react to them, and how much you value everything.

Translation of the book Art of Fine Carefree
We have already explained how we can follow and check the Persian translation of English books. By visiting the National Library website, you can see that this book has been translated into Persian by various translators and publishers, including the following:

The Fine Art of Relieving Concerns (Translator: Milad Bashiri; Publisher: Milkan Publications)
The Fine Art of Carefree (Translator: Parasto Avazzadeh; Publisher: Selseleh Mehr)
The Fine Art of Carefree (Translator: Rashid Jafarpour; Publisher: Rhino)
The Fine Art of Being Nothing (Translator: Nariman Afshari; Akhtaran Publisher)
Delicate Art of Carelessness (Translator: Zohreh Masti; Publisher: Bookab Qom)
Everything has perished (Translator: Ali Akbar Modazeh; Publisher: Cactus Publications)

About the book Carefree Delicate Art by Mark Manson
The book The Carefree Delicate Art by Mark Manson was first published in 2016. The book was listed as a bestseller immediately after its publication and was translated into more than twenty languages. This book is known in the category of self-help and psychology books. In this book, Mark Manson does not talk about a new subject, but only changes his perspective on current issues. He has thought deeply about the suffering of human beings and considers it an old friend and companion of human beings.

Mark Manson believes the form of suffering has changed over the years. The suffering of modern man is their endless quest for greater popularity, better employment, happiness and wealth. In his book, he challenges over-attention to the underprivileged and sees the key to true happiness as caring for the lesser things. Less things in his vocabulary mean real and accessible things.
To make his words more understandable, Mark Manson begins each chapter with a story from a famous figure and tells the story of that chapter by telling that person’s life story. “Man’s biggest problem today is happiness,” says Mark Manson. “Happiness is an unsolvable equation in life, and sadness is an inseparable part of its essence.”

An overview of the chapters of the book Art of Fine Carefree
The book The Fine Art of Carelessness is written in nine chapters.

Chapter One: Do not try
Chapter Two: Happiness is a problem
Chapter 3: You are not special
Chapter Four: The Value of Suffering
Chapter 5: You are always choosing
Chapter 6: You are wrong in every case. (me too)
Chapter 7: Failure is the path to progress
Chapter 8: The Importance of Saying “No”
Chapter 9: … and then you die
‌Don’t worry about Mark Manson, author of the book Fine Art
Mark Manson is an American writer, consultant, entrepreneur and blogger born on March 9, 1984. Mark Manson is considered a writing prodigy because he has an amazing ability to write, Manson is able to write a book on any subject, not a simple book but an interesting and readable book.

Carefree Fine Art is Manson’s second book, which made him famous all over the world. Mark Manson grew up in Texas and moved to Boston University to continue his education. He is a graduate of World Trade.

Translation of the book Delicate Art of Carelessness into Persian
Peykan Publishing House has published the book “Delicate Art of Carelessness” translated by Manijeh Sheikh Javadi (Behzad) and made it available to those who are interested. Peykan Publishing is one of the oldest publications in Iran.

This publication specializes in the field of psychology. The most famous work of these publications is the book Four Works by Florence Scowell Sheen, which has been reprinted more than fifty times. These publications pay special attention to the content and translation of the books they publish, which is why the name Peykan Publications is a valid name for professional readers.

Who is the book of fine art carefree suitable for?
The book of fine art is carefree and suitable for all readers. This book is written in such a way that there is an effective point in it for everyone. The book of fine art is carefree with simple and psychological prose, which makes it easier to read the book. Carefree Fine Art is in the category of books on the way of life. The book of fine art is carefree and suitable for the adult age group.

The number of pages of the printed version of the book is 224 pages, which by reading it for 20 minutes a day, you can read this book in 11 days. The book of the fine art of carefree is one of the voluminous and long books on the subject of way of life. This book is a good choice for people who have more time to study and want to spend more time studying in the field of lifestyle.

In a part of the book of fine art, we read carelessly
At the same time, some people live only on their feelings. Everything is justified based on their feelings. “Oh, I broke the car window, I was really angry and I could not stop myself.” Or “I left school and went to Alaska because I felt it was the right thing to do.” Making decisions based on emotions, without the help of reason and logic, often fails. Do you know who builds their lives based on their emotions? Three-year-olds and dogs. And do you know what other three-year-olds and dogs do? They wash on the carpet.

Excessive investment in emotions fails because emotions never last. Whatever makes us happy today will not make us happy tomorrow, because our biology always needs more. Focusing on happiness inevitably leads to the endless search for “something else” – a new home, a new relationship, another child, and a raise. And in spite of all our efforts, we will end up with a feeling similar to our starting point: what we have is insufficient.
Psychologists sometimes refer to this concept as the “treadmill of happiness”: the idea that we always try hard to change our living conditions, but in practice we do not feel much difference.

What is the Summary of Carefree Fine Art Book? Many best-selling public books in recent years have one thing in common: they focus on a single idea and write several hundred pages about it.

So the book of fine art is not carefree about carefree; Rather, it happens to be about paying too much attention to key goals and values ​​and being careless and indifferent to other margins (even if others consider those margins to be the principle).

A few sentences from the book Art of Fine Carefree
The key to a good life is not to care about more and more things; Instead, think of these as actions that you must take on a regular basis, to focus on the things that are real, immediate and important. …

There is a hidden reality in life; That there is no such thing as carelessness. You have to care about something. Paying attention to different things and paying attention to issues is part of our body and biology.

The question is, what do we care about, and how do we not care about things that do not matter.

… Maturity occurs when a person learns to care only about things that are valuable.
The more interesting question that people never ask themselves is, “What pain do you want in your life?” “And what are you willing to work for?” For example, most people want to get a job promotion and earn a lot of money; But no one wants to endure the sixty hours of work a week, the long distances between home and office, the useless paperwork, and the authoritarian class structure of the company.

Everyone wants to have great relationships; But not everyone is willing to endure difficult conversations, unpleasant silence, hurt feelings, and emotional role-playing.

Current culture tells us that I have caused my own failure. I’m impatient or a loser, and I did not have the things I needed to do, I gave up on my dreams, and maybe let the pressures of society overwhelm me.

But the reality is much duller than all this. The fact is that I thought I wanted something; But it turned out that I did not really want it; This.

I wanted rewards for this, not battles. I wanted the results, not the process of achieving them. I did not love war; I loved victory. And life does not go this way.
The fault is with the past, and the responsibility is with the present; The fault lies with the choices you have already made, and the responsibility is the result of the choices you make right now at every moment of the day.

You have chosen to read this text. You choose to think about these concepts. You choose to accept or reject these concepts.

It may be my fault that you think my ideas are worthless; But you are responsible for your own conclusions.

It is not your fault that I wrote this sentence; But you are still responsible for deciding to read it.

There is a difference between blaming someone for your situation and that person’s real responsibility for your situation.

No one is responsible for your situation except yourself.
Many people may be blamed for your frustration; But no one is responsible for your frustration except yourself.

This is because you always choose how you view things, how you react to them, and how much you value everything.

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Of course, in general, Mark Manson is not very careful in his choice of words, and you should not expect the standard of a science book from this author. For example, what Mark Manson describes as Value differs from the well-known concept of value in life, and he usually uses the term instead of Attitude and Outcome and Assumptions.

Or because Manson is not research-oriented (almost no source is cited in detail in the book), sometimes the cited achievements of cognitive psychology (goal achievement is self-inflicted failure) with the concepts of Zen and Buddhism (desire, suffering). Is) is mixed.

But overall, as nearly 5,000 people on Amazon rated the book as about 4.4, and judging by the supplement, there are a number of points in this book that can be useful and instructive to the reader.
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In this regard, the Book City Weekly Meeting was devoted to the critique of Mark Manson’s second work, entitled The Fine Art of Carefree.

According to Magna, Dr. Mehrnoosh Esbati, a psychologist, said in his review of the book “Delicate Art of Carelessness”: “Although the book” Delicate Art of Carelessness “is in the category of self-help books, its fundamental differences with other common self-help books are noticeable. And this difference shows itself from the beginning of this book.

The first chapter of the book begins with the title “Do not try” and this title is also controversial! Manson begins by arguing that modern societies today, in a variety of ways, such as schools, businesses, the media, self-help books, encourage people to want more and do more.
Manson’s talk is perfectly in line with credible psychological research in this area; These studies show that this phenomenon of changing cultural tastes from internal goals such as cooperation, socialism and partnership to external goals such as individualism and materialism and the growth and promotion of a competitive mindset based on buy more, have more, build more, be more, higher and better Be, be seen more and …. care about everything, it may create a deep sense of inadequacy in us (Pani, 2000) and is extremely harmful and useless for our well-being and is associated with increasing anxiety and depression (Wilkinson , Pickett, 2009; Tung, Gentile, Duval, Ma, Lisfield, & Schwartz, 2010).

The main message of this book is: Basically, we have evolved in such a way that something is always important to us and we care about it, so when we talk about carelessness, we do not mean indifference or insignificance of anything. Rather, the main question and the main question is what should we care about? What to choose to care about and how to not worry about things that do not matter to us.
Carefree means that we wisely choose goals to be important and important and do not care about the difficulties and problems we face in achieving them. So we come to the point where maturity means being more selective about what we should care about, and only caring about something when it really matters. So carefree is simple but not easy!

In the second chapter of the book, we are challenged with the concept of happiness. Manson argues that problems are never ending, they are a constant part of life and only change and / or improve!
For example, when you want to solve your health problems by joining a sports club, you create new problems for yourself! That you have to wake up early in the morning before going to work, work out in the general gym and sweat and even after the workout you get pain, then take a shower and just go to work!

Now, if happiness is to face problems and solve them, then we must be able to embrace the discomfort and confusion caused by problems. Mark Manson best explains this embrace and acceptance of suffering and turmoil as follows: The greater desire to have more positive experiences is in itself a negative experience, and the paradoxical acceptance of negative experiences is itself a positive experience.

In Chapters three and four, it is argued that experiencing suffering is inevitable. It does not matter how you act, because in any case you will face challenges, difficulties, failures, losses, regrets and eventually death. So now that we can not have a painless life and have no life all over the globe, we should not ask ourselves how I can stop suffering, but we should ask why and for what purpose I want to suffer. Or “What do you want to suffer for?” This question will give you a better insight into how you want to live.
From the fifth chapter onwards, the fine art of carefree enters another process, and Mark Manson tries to introduce us to values ​​and to teach us lessons that seem unusual at first glance and are foreign to us.

Lesson one: Take responsibility
The first step to solving our own problems is to take responsibility for our behavior to deal with that problem. When you take responsibility, instead of asking why it happened to me? You choose the position that this is a bad situation; But I am still responsible for my own behavior and I accept that responsibility. So the fundamental question is, what can I do now?

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