I had finished reading 2/3rd of the book and to be honest I gained some valuable advice from it. Then suddenly the author turned to give religious advice. Why we shouldn't be atheists with the same old religious nagging "if religion is false, life is meaningless." I pity such narcissistic people who think the Universe cares to validate human existence. Also the author says turning to religion will cure your worries. I don't know maybe religion can serve as a placebo for many but if you force a mind to bow to an unproven hypothesis, you are extinguishing the flames of science. Overall, this is the first and the last book I'm reading of this author.