The Universe Doesn't Give a Flying Fuck About You
If you walk around every day on eggshells, nervous about making a mistake or looking stupid, then you should read this.

If you have a "next big thing" in mind you want to do because you know it will be awesome (starting the business, making the big move, launching the nonprofit, writing the book) but are afraid of doing what it would take to make that thing happen, then you should read this.

The universe is very big. You are very small. In fact, you're so small and so insignificant in the big picture that you don't even register to the eye of the cosmos. The universe was here before you were born and will be here long after you're gone, and your life is but a blip on its vast, vast radar. If your life is to matter, it's not going to matter to the universe. It's up to you make your life matter in the only way you can: by doing things that make a difference to you, to those around you, and to those whose lives you touch. Time is short. You have exactly NOW to do whatever it is you're here to do, or to let the inexorable passage of hours and days and years kill your potential like fruit left to die on a vine.

The universe doesn’t hate you, but it doesn’t love you, either. You’re just an atom in its infinite workings. The universe doesn’t care if you live, die, suffer, or thrive. Whatever your life here will mean is up to you.

Stop worrying so much about what others think and start being who you're supposed to be. It's time to do some epic shit.

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The Universe Doesn't Give a Flying Fuck About You Reviews

  • StarMan
    Oct 7, 2016


    An interesting and completely unratable booklet. Currently free on Strangely, the universe apparently sometimes balances things out: ...

  • Salma
    Sep 17, 2016


    it was a little boring yet i loved his sense of humor, i hated the fact that he kept repeating the whole thing like he doesnt have anything to write, he sucked a little! ...

  • Adrian
    Sep 10, 2016


    This book doesn't say anything that you probably never heard before or haven't thought of by yourself already, however it's short and to the point. It doesn't beat around the bush and tells you exactly what you need to hear. Plus, the tone is quite appropriate, in a flashy-loudmouth-me...

  • Khanh (the Grinch)
    Aug 31, 2016

    Khanh (the Grinch)

    This is probably the best book title I've ever seen in my life. ...

  • Carol.
    Aug 11, 2016


    April 13, 8 pmInteresting title. It seems to be free, and I'm open to a new perspective. I'll try it.April 13, 9 pmOkay, I get it. He's reading a bedtime story to his kid and realizes the great big universe doesn't care what each of us as individuals do. We should see that as freeing, ...

  • Aarti Patel
    Jul 4, 2016

    Aarti Patel

    Like a lot of people, I started this book because of the title. What I found inside was a problem being answered with a solution that just perpetuates the problem. Problem: we should all realize that we aren't immortal and that the universe doesn't care about our survival. Solution: we...

  • Shikha Pal
    May 29, 2016

    Shikha Pal

    Title: Quite catchy! Content : Nothing new. It's more of an essay/blog post than a book. It's to the point, and has made a good attempt at being motivational and humorous at the same time. However, it's nothing of the slap-on-your-face sorts."This is game time, champ. You're in. You're...

  • Alex ☣ Deranged KittyCat ☣
    Dec 14, 2015

    Alex ☣ Deranged KittyCat ☣

    Everything dies. Everything. You were born with a terminal disease, just like everything else that has ever existed. You, your lamp, the sun, and the Bee Gees all have that in common.This, like the universe's apathy, is neither good nor bad. It is simply a fact.The Universe Doesn't Giv...

  • ⚜Angela⚜
    Dec 13, 2015


    Well said and to the point.The universe doesn't give a shit about you, so do what you want, stop worrying.In theory it makes sense and It's a great idea, but it's easier said than done.Still it's a short, great message to humanity. ...

  • Chiara
    Oct 17, 2015


    To be honest I was attracted to this book because of the brilliant tittle, but i was disappointed by its content. It is a cliché self-help book telling you to do something with your life, lets just say there's a reason why it's free. ...