Summary & Analysis of The Second Mountain
The Quest for a Moral Life | A Guide to the Book by David Brooks
By: ZIP Reads
Publication Date: 2019-06-04
Number of pages: 50
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In The Second Mountain, political commentator and author David Brooks explains how individuals and societies can transition from selfish individualism to a focus on community. He believes that to achieve solidarity, wholeness and true happiness, we must shift our character from the hyper-individualistic first mountain to the more relational second mountain.
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What does this ZIP Reads Summary Include?
Synopsis of the original book
Key takeaways from each chapter
Why the world feels like it's getting worse
How to start acting like an adult
Why humans need to suffer and what you can do about it
In-depth Editorial Review
Background on Mark Manson
About the Original Book:
Have you ever wondered how some people are able to achieve joy while others struggle with misery throughout life? David Brooks attempts to explain how transitioning between the two mountains – selfish versus selfless – is the key to attaining the satisfaction that we all seek in life. Only those who choose to climb the second mountain are able to find true fulfillment.
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