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Trevor Noah ON: For People Who FEEL LOST In Life, WATCH THIS To Find Yourself | Jay Shetty

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    FO MORE KONTENT 3 ай бұрын +1223

    Trevor Noah is such a phenomenal human being. Not only is he a comedian but also a teacher and inspiration

    • A143
      A143 Күн бұрын

      @Sophie Amish a

    • Rodica Ionescu
      Rodica Ionescu 12 күн бұрын

      This conversation changed the way I look at him.. I always liked and respect him, a very decent guy, but this is the first time I am listening how life is impacting him, a sincere open conversation that probably in weeks to come ill play it again.. great!

    • Karon G
      Karon G 15 күн бұрын

      Both are smart ; yet , have an uncanny ability to overcomplicate simple concepts/ occurrences. Not sure why.

  • DJ CJ (Chris Junior)
    DJ CJ (Chris Junior) Ай бұрын +263

    I have watched many interviews but this one is on a different level all together...... Trevor and Jay are pure gems, how vulnerable you guys are on this episode is just phenomenal and will definitely help millions of people!!!!

    • Orestes Roumeliotis
      Orestes Roumeliotis 7 күн бұрын +1

      I feel like this is something every other person who is watching the Joe Rogan podcast, and Jordan Peterson should actually watch instead. They're talking about vulnerability and healing in a healthy way, rather than a destructive way.

  • Brian Thabiso Same
    Brian Thabiso Same 22 күн бұрын +14

    As a South African in Pretoria , I am so proud to see my dearest brother Trevor making it possible. I have always been a fan of Jay Shetty, but this interview stands out to be the best, not because I am biased because Trevor is my hommie but mostly because he always asks question and today he answers them without thinking.

  • Siyolise Makaka
    Siyolise Makaka 2 ай бұрын +555

    This is not an ordinary interview, it's a conversation between two intelligent men that are open to learn from each other.. This is Phenomenal ❣️.... Mad respect for you guys💟

    • Kathy Snow
      Kathy Snow 20 күн бұрын

      BUT IT IS

    • Christina Borges
      Christina Borges Ай бұрын +4

      They nearly brought me to tears a multiple of times... My gosh this truly was a moving discussion

    • Betiel Soltani
      Betiel Soltani Ай бұрын +8

      The deepest and most enriching conversation I have heard in a long time. Thank you gentlemen!

    • Shalonda Williams
      Shalonda Williams Ай бұрын +3

      I absolutely love this!

  • Aaronc mumba
    Aaronc mumba Ай бұрын +68

    Man! I love trevor's mind. The guy is a genius. I love how articulate he is. This is one of the best interviews I've ever seen.

  • Priya Tilkar
    Priya Tilkar 2 ай бұрын +438

    I love how clearly he is able to think and explain his thoughts ❤️
    Sometimes I really can't find words to explain what I am thinking.

    • Lilian'sPlanet
      Lilian'sPlanet 24 күн бұрын +2

      This is so powerful 💯

    • Tamara Buxton
      Tamara Buxton Ай бұрын +2

      Relatable 🤟🧡🇨🇦

    • winston mwale
      winston mwale Ай бұрын +1

      This only ours for me when .high ,but to listen to these gentlemen puts me in a place of silence

    • Dynamique Twizere
      Dynamique Twizere 2 ай бұрын +1

      @Emiliyan Yankov Exactly....man, same thoughts wllh

  • Candy 💖
    Candy 💖 3 ай бұрын +1660

    I like to say “I’m not grateful for my suffering but I found meaning in it. And that meaning is what I’m grateful for “

    • KRIS2323
      KRIS2323 4 күн бұрын +1

      ​@Samrina Siddiqui Life is suffering no matter who you are, what you have, where you live, etc. There is always a divine purpose & a promise in all of our pain. How would any of us ever truly be grateful for however many fleeting moments of joy, happiness, laughter, contentment, etc that we experience in this life if there was no meaning in the suffering?
      He who has a why can bear almost any how. The mind is its own place, and in itself can make a heaven of a hell. Be Blessed ~ Godspeed !!!

    • 𝐿𝑜 𝑁𝑖𝑐ℎ𝑜𝑙𝑒
      𝐿𝑜 𝑁𝑖𝑐ℎ𝑜𝑙𝑒 6 күн бұрын +1

      love that, very well said.

    • Karen Cove
      Karen Cove 29 күн бұрын +1

    • Shen Jen
      Shen Jen Ай бұрын

      That's awesome

    • Lisa Gott
      Lisa Gott Ай бұрын +1

  • Leena Amwaalwa
    Leena Amwaalwa 7 күн бұрын +4

    When extraordinary people bring it back to ordinary level so the masses can relate. Raw wisdom. Thank you, gentlemen! 💞👏🏿

  • Paula Powell
    Paula Powell Ай бұрын +120

    Trevor is brilliant. I am incredibly lucky to have stumbled upon this interview. Someone I love dearly was recently diagnosed as ADHD and this was incredibly helpful to me. I have always seen Trevor as a complex individual and I see now why he has so much energy. Also I know that the life of a comedian is difficult and in some ways unnatural. I'm glad you're doing it your way. And you say you want to fertilize but spiritually I feel that's the same as being a Light. Your insightful analyses have

    • Joyce Void
      Joyce Void 27 күн бұрын +4

      Trevor is a man of substance; they both are!😊

    • Paula Powell
      Paula Powell Ай бұрын +4

      Educated many. I bless you.

  • Yuvashree Haridoss
    Yuvashree Haridoss 2 ай бұрын +113

    I love that this is one of Jay's only two way conversation with a guest. This interview feels like a true collaboration

  • Dafney Janelle
    Dafney Janelle Ай бұрын +61

    Trevor's description of a friend and prayer was so spot on..This interview was so inspiring and insightful! Thank you both! God bless 🙌🏾

  • Teresia Syowai
    Teresia Syowai 28 күн бұрын +24

    The mutual respect and admiration from both Jay and Trevor is amazing

  • katlyn garcia
    katlyn garcia 3 ай бұрын +2032

    "The only thing scarier than accepting who we are is accepting that we don't know who we will be when we let go of the things that have made us who we are today."

  • WonderGirl 😠
    WonderGirl 😠 Ай бұрын +28

    This whole conversation will always be in my heart 💌♾️ Thanks Jay & Trevor 😭

  • ChefCarol🥗
    ChefCarol🥗 2 ай бұрын +2

    I just love this conversation, thank you guys.🇿🇦

    CMILL 2 ай бұрын +27

    This was one of the most amazing podcasts I've ever watched. I came for jokes and found a sober but open Trevor. Thanks Jay and Trevor.

  • Miss Bamboo Mexico
    Miss Bamboo Mexico 18 күн бұрын +10

    1:12:24 "The only thing scarier than accepting who we are, is accepting that we don't know who we are going to be, when we let go of the the things that have made us who we are today" ✨ #gold

  • Thiago Henrique Inliner
    Thiago Henrique Inliner 2 ай бұрын +35

    “I try my best to eliminate GOOD or BAD”, that was powerful

  • Rin
    Rin 3 ай бұрын +542

    I am yet to come across a person in my life where I could have a deep heart to heart conversation like this..people like them are so rare.

    • Gayle Coghiel
      Gayle Coghiel 2 ай бұрын

      Start by asking those around you deep questions and telling them your answers... you would be surprised... children, older people, friends, siblings. Ask the questions

    • Christine Crockett Smith
      Christine Crockett Smith 2 ай бұрын

      So rare.

    • R D
      R D 2 ай бұрын +2

      You learn how to casually say certain things that guide conversations toward the philosophical subtly, and then gauge the reactions to those prompts. People who WANT to have conversations like this will react as such. Embrace that. And when you see other people putting out those same feelers, looking for people who seek these powerful dialogs, react with the enthusiasm that you hope to see in others. Often times this means following up with an individual directly outside of the group discussion that created the initial connection. Amazing conversations and human moments can be found in these interactions, even if they are only brief.
      And know that the reward far outweighs the risk of seeking these interactions out. Even if people react like you're weird, they will end up sitting with the question of whether it is you who are weird, or if it is actually themselves who should be doing what you are doing. You could end up inadvertently helping them, even if it may feel initially embarrassing for trying.

    • Sally Thomas
      Sally Thomas 3 ай бұрын

      Healing Verses
      Psalm 23 Song
      A Letter:
      Another Letter Saves Lives:

    • GinaMaria Opalescent
      GinaMaria Opalescent 3 ай бұрын

      I'm here! Anyone nearby? Someone said to be what we are looking for. I think he failed to understand we are interested in deep interaction with others.

  • Thread Flowers
    Thread Flowers Ай бұрын +32

    I've watch this segment several times, and each time I've learned something different. Loving Shetty's book in which he said "These days I still consider myself a monk, though I usually refer to myself as a "FORMER" monk". I enjoyed how Jay held on to some of the principles of his former path and how those principles guides him in helping others find their purpose.

  • Rija
    Rija Ай бұрын +24

    Like others on here, I'm completely blown away by the heart and insight of Trevor and these two together are a force. Collaboration is screaming out for the two of you! I'm going to have to listen to this conversation all over again with a pen and paper in hand I have been so helped putting pieces together from my struggles right now and my childhood stuff coming back up and the insights into relationships and love and safety and prayer and the value of talking all day long regrouping it just all is so Straight from Heaven as far as I'm concerned. Just wow. You guys really bring out the best in each other! I hope this happens more frequently for the rest of us to observe and glean from. Thank you so much for the lengthy time you both gave to allow such conversations and Revelations to come out of both of you. You really tag team it well.

  • Rizak Kheterpal
    Rizak Kheterpal 2 ай бұрын +29

    I am nothing but greatful for having the opportunity to listen to this conversation. Between these 1 and a half hours , i paused , journaled , cried , questioned and reasoned, and now I feel it's just a podcast, isn't it? but what a podcast ! I counldn't have had a better first january. Thankyou.

  • Hi Folks
    Hi Folks 19 күн бұрын +6

    There was so much conversation I had with myself while you both were talking. I took so much peace & clarity out of you both. Thank you.

  • Jeannine Plaiche Yoga
    Jeannine Plaiche Yoga 2 ай бұрын +9

    This conversation makes me feel whole again (i.e.: less of the loneliness spoken about at the beginning of the podcast). I have these types of conversations with myself quite often, but find it extremely challenging to have them with others. I think it's also a question of timing or synchronicity, so I don't beat myself over it or anything. Once in a while it will happen that this kind of conversation will randomly happen. And I feel realigned with life again. Listening to this podcast makes me feel the same as if I was part of the conversation. It feels like "home" (familiar) and I feel whole again. Thank you for this.

  • NNair
    NNair 3 ай бұрын +658

    This is the magic that happens when two insightful, enlightened people converse! That there was a free counselling session for us listeners🙏🏼

    • rix slade
      rix slade Ай бұрын

      you would think a turd in a toilet was magic

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      Loli Loli Ай бұрын


    • Lorna Houston
      Lorna Houston 2 ай бұрын +1

      Yes! Fantastic interview that is really a conversation that is giving us so many insights into ourselves. We'll done Jay!

    • Flora M Brown
      Flora M Brown 2 ай бұрын

      Absolutely! Powerful!

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      Carla Samuels 2 ай бұрын


  • michelle hogan
    michelle hogan Ай бұрын +6

    I absolutely love hearing other people's perspectives - theres so many experiences in life we could never know if they didn't share. Fascinating !

  • Adriana Martuscelli
    Adriana Martuscelli Ай бұрын +1

    So fulfilling and as always, Trevor knows how to make us reflect and being humans again. Love it!

  • Hana
    Hana 2 ай бұрын +3

    Shows that money doesn’t have to spoil a person. Trevor’s humility is disarming. ❤

  • Sherly
    Sherly 29 күн бұрын +20

    As an introvert and mediator in complex environment I enjoyed this conversation between Trevor and Jay, I learned a great deal and have an understanding on both sides about self and life. This interview was informative and intellectual from both Trevor and Jay. Great mind.😊😊

  • Nicole Bryson
    Nicole Bryson 2 ай бұрын +14

    Jay is a master communicator. I want to learn to communicate like this. I can listen to Trevor for hours. ❤

  • Julie Midgley
    Julie Midgley 3 ай бұрын +241

    This is by far, one of the greatest prodcasts that you have done Jay. Trevor, just WOW. An inspiration beyond words. I am absolutely blown away, by the depth of this conversation. Love each and every minute, shared between you both.
    FERTALISER....what a beautiful purpose.

  • Derrick Smith
    Derrick Smith 24 күн бұрын +10

    I don't have enough words to describe the genuineness of this conversation between two extraordinary men of color. I see myself in both of you. Very wise, thought provoking, funny, curious, interesting, etc. I watched the entire interview - no breaks. Not even to pee 🤣. I need to watch this again and again to understand many things shared that coexist and is relatable to men of color. Awesome conversation. Very empowering as well as uplifting. 🙏

  • Lydia Karingithi
    Lydia Karingithi 10 күн бұрын

    This is really profound. Thank you guys for being so vulnerable and being real. Those are amazing lessons right there.

  • Syreeta Rodriguez
    Syreeta Rodriguez 2 ай бұрын +11

    This was truly an insightful and relatable interview. The topic of home, asking questions to understand not just to respond, how our paradigm shapes us, and the Many Sides to Us question.... this entire episode was incredible. Thank you both

  • Donata Haneborg
    Donata Haneborg Ай бұрын +7

    Beautiful, intelligent conversation. Deep and warm humans, so great to listen to. Thanks you both 🙏

  • Carolyn Wolfe
    Carolyn Wolfe 24 күн бұрын +3

    This is such a helpful and powerful discussion. I am in awe of these two and how clear they are in explaining complicated emotions and finding their truth in it. I am so grateful for having had this show to listen to. The in depth journey into what home is, what makes a person the person that they are, and just basically all about the inner journeys of both of these men had a very spiritual aspect to it. So happy I happened upon this interview.

  • Hala Ali
    Hala Ali 3 ай бұрын +276

    This was definitely 2 way interview for two whom I really admire 👌it felt two friends meeting each other

    • handlum
      handlum 3 ай бұрын

      Exactly right? I feel like they must become friends if they're not already.

    • Siti Parliah Santosa
      Siti Parliah Santosa 3 ай бұрын +5

      I agree, it was a wonderful conversation and very inspiring. Thank you for sharing this conversation with us Jay

    • evstyle
      evstyle 3 ай бұрын +6

      I agree. I thought the same thing. They are a great duo together.

  • Nkem D extraordinary nurse
    Nkem D extraordinary nurse Ай бұрын +9

    I am a bedside nurse and I can pretty much relate to making everyone happy, caring and saving everyone for 12hrs and driving home like a zombie… my poor husband and kids

    • Loraine Masterton
      Loraine Masterton 2 күн бұрын +2

      Bless you good & dear nurse. May you find a way to relieve your self, refresh yourself, DONT let even this good work take away from your precious life & family. I know its hard. But this is too precious to blow. Ask for help, my lovely. None of us thrives alone. Ask for & accept help, my sister. So we don’t lose the nurse, or the Mum or the wife or YOU!
      Blessings pour down on you!

  • Eva Ust
    Eva Ust Ай бұрын +1

    Where are such thoughtful people, we need more in this world…. Love it

  • Mumbi Lupupa
    Mumbi Lupupa 2 ай бұрын +5

    I love Trevor's mind. He has so much clarity of thoughts and I hope his clarity is present in his everyday life.

  • R Vermillion
    R Vermillion 13 күн бұрын +8

    This is the conversation between two people who have a high vibration. They talk on the same wavelength, are educated, and are able to educate many with just this conversation. Both are amazing.

    • niashaverse
      niashaverse 4 күн бұрын

      They are releasing their thoughts through speaking . We all can do this .

  • Lisa Treadaway
    Lisa Treadaway 2 ай бұрын +9

    This is a great conversation between two intellectual people explaining their thoughtfulness and how their experiences shaped them currently. I love how they both explain that they are not grateful for their hardships but THE RESULT of the hardships.
    If we all challenged ourselves to look at our life experiences like this we would all be better people.
    Thank you, gentlemen, for letting us listen to your conversation!

    • Kittin Allen
      Kittin Allen 2 ай бұрын

      I love this idea they expressed. I feel somewhat similar.... Although also very differently. I don't think someone needs to be grateful for their trials and tribulations for what came from them because there are many ways to learn something, as well as that going through that experience was no guarantee that the lesson learned would have been the one the person learned, or that the lesson would have been something that was a boon to them, and it's only through time and the benefit of hindsight that the lesson turned out to be something helpful to them later on.
      My philosophy is that the person and place you are today is a result of every major and minor decision... That I would be in a different place and person had I not stopped to smell the roses for 3 seconds along my path, had I decided to leave a minute earlier for work one day. My view is that your path is not necessarily defined, that it's the steps you make along the untred ground that create the path you can look back and see, it's not a defined path along the way, nor can you walk the same path as someone else because you start at a different point and have different experiences that influence the decisions made. So you can see the path of, say, your father, and focus on doing the same things they did in order to get to the same place, but those same decisions don't guarantee the same result, the same promotions or the same happy marriage or success or whatever. So, because of my philosophy, I don't live life with regrets. I can be unhappy that I had to deal with negative situations or that I had to go through various trials or abuse in my life, I can feel that I have dealt with an unfair amount of trauma, and I am not grateful for that which I have been through, but I can also appreciate that I made it through these hard things and these trials and be happy that I have already learned some lessons that others my age have yet to learn. It doesn't mean that I am happy I went through the things that brought the lessons, but I can be happy that I don't have to learn those lessons again later on, and that I can benefit from those things that I did learn, and have that benefit earlier than I may have had to before then.

  • ROCK_Music
    ROCK_Music 3 ай бұрын +191

    These two are the real deal. Congrats on this amazing interview 💛

  • Olwethu ntsotho
    Olwethu ntsotho 11 күн бұрын

    I wholeheartedly enjoyed spending some of my time listening to these two living legends who are my real models, who also have shaped my life, how I view the world nowadays and I have never felt so moved and inspired! It is really fascinating and so beautiful to see how vulnerable you guys are in engaging on these conversations about mindfulness and all the things affecting us in this world. Thank you so much Trevor Noah and Jay Shetty for serving us on this amazing, insightful podcast!

  • Matseliso Mosebi
    Matseliso Mosebi Ай бұрын +4

    Trevor never fails to amaze. He is so gifted.

  • Flora M Brown
    Flora M Brown 2 ай бұрын +6

    I just love Trevor's insight, self-awareness, depth of caring, and ability to engage with a wide range of people. It's obvious when he interviews people that he has actually read their books and is seeking to learn more, understand, and get clarification at a deeper level. I was sad when he decided to leave "The Daily Show" because it was a brilliant show that got thoughtful people through the height of the pandemic and the most disturbing presidency ever, but I love his wisdom to know when it was time for him to move on to new horizons and the courage to do it.

  • SM K
    SM K 8 күн бұрын

    Wow, the discussion around safety and love was an eye opener. It explained a lot of my own reactions in life where people tried to be nice to me but I pushed them away. I understand now that I wasn't ready for it because I was still operating around finding safety.

  • Christina Borges
    Christina Borges Ай бұрын +2

    These two nearly brought me to tears a multiple of times. This was one incredibly discussion

  • Tomas Anderson Gallagher
    Tomas Anderson Gallagher 3 ай бұрын +299

    This aging Vietnam Vet feels grateful that somehow I found this discussion with Trevor & Jay. It made me look deeper into myself, the good, bad and ugly and how I can become a better human being. A very challenging time over the last several years that has tested all of us. Feel more than ever that kindness, love, truly listening to others can break down the walls between completely diverse people on this small planet of ours.

    • Maria Joao de Oliveira Pegado
      Maria Joao de Oliveira Pegado 2 ай бұрын

      Good luck with your new self. 😎🐦🍀

    • Elizabeth Alexander
      Elizabeth Alexander 2 ай бұрын

      i know. Trevor is amazing as is Jay.

    • haqqika Bridges
      haqqika Bridges 2 ай бұрын

      Appreciation for Sara within the context of this conversation

    • seeta bocage
      seeta bocage 2 ай бұрын +1

      As a middle aged woman, I feel comfortable that there are young folks like Jay and Trevor in a world to provide insight, guidance, wisdom to others.

  • Jamie Borchard
    Jamie Borchard 7 күн бұрын

    This was soooo good & right on time. Thank you guys for speaking straight from your hearts

  • michael mwanza
    michael mwanza Ай бұрын +5

    This solidifies my learning over the last two years. I always put my situation on others but during the previous two years, I got a chance to look at myself from behind the mirror asking myself things like would I hire me. would I be friends with me, would I find myself dependable. It's good two see that these two guys who seem like they have everything together also ask themselves the same questions and you realize that your situation is not as unique as you might think and that we are all human. This was eye-opening.

  • SKakani
    SKakani Ай бұрын +5

    Such an enriching conversation.. a treat, to say the least,to listen to them share their thoughts. Thank you @Jay Shetty Poscast…. listening to this for the second time… this will be something I’ll come back to when I want realignment of thoughts.

  • Queen Aliquippa
    Queen Aliquippa 19 күн бұрын

    I already loved Trevor and learning more about the man he is, I love and respect him more! I love his answers and I love the fact that he came from a humble place to where he is now and he didn't let that make him forget where he came from! ❤️

  • Aaliyah DeMendonca
    Aaliyah DeMendonca 2 ай бұрын +3

    This was enlightening. The conversation was so open and honest- humbling on many levels and there is so much to take away. Thank you both for this piece

  • Clapton Girl
    Clapton Girl 3 ай бұрын +200

    Trevor is self-aware, insightful, mindful, and empathic. To move and grow in life, it's essential that you let go of some things, but it is scary; especially when it is something familiar. Learning how to ask thoughtful questions can result in conversations that go beneath the surface that can promote enlightenment (for the person asking and the person answering the question). Great interview!

  • Abhinandan Sharma
    Abhinandan Sharma 14 күн бұрын

    I just watched it for full 1.5 hrs straight. Awesome mindful and learning experience. Learning more about Trevor has made me realise how good of a personality he has, and his experiences and thoughts were so relatable. Loved it @Jay.

  • Vee Swan
    Vee Swan 16 күн бұрын

    I truly love this interview, it resonates with many of my own thoughts or beliefs, and to hear two gentlemen having this very realistic conversation was truly refreshing, thank you. Love to you both!

  • Anmatube
    Anmatube 2 ай бұрын +2

    This conversation inspired me to write a poem about what makes me feel safe

  • Célia Sayad
    Célia Sayad 29 күн бұрын

    When he said « they come with their families and you leave alone » 😢 never would I have imagined how lonely he is. ❤

  • Denise Wilson
    Denise Wilson Ай бұрын

    Ok...just when I thought I couldn't love Trevor Noah and Jay Shetty more...now this podcast really sealed it! Wow! What a phenomenal conversation between these two! ❤❤

  • Naturally FIT
    Naturally FIT 3 ай бұрын +113

    What a blessing it is to be witnessing this conversation!!

  • Mali
    Mali Ай бұрын +4

    this is such a refreshing, beautiful and vulnerable conversation. i could listen to them go back and forth for hours honestly because there are so many aspects that they both mention that i can relate to. throughout the video you can tell they have put in the work, thinking about their experiences and reflecting upon them. so fascinating and inspiring, thank you

  • Amy S. Wilcox
    Amy S. Wilcox 20 күн бұрын +1

    This was a beautiful and wonderful experience. I, personally, would love to be able to have more meaningful dialogue with others on a regular basis. It's needed so much these days. People don't discuss the deep and sometimes difficult things in life that truly are important for everyone. I'm thankful for you, Jay, and Trevor in giving of yourselves. Thank you. God bless you all!

  • Sumer Noel
    Sumer Noel 2 ай бұрын +5

    Imagine the difference in one’s thinking throughout life by being brought up being told what to think & do /versus/being given questions to find the answers for yourself. That’s really impactful if you really think about it.

  • Rasa Vaštakaitė
    Rasa Vaštakaitė Ай бұрын

    Most beautiful interview. Felt so connected to every thought and idea. Beautiful mind and heart of Trevor Noah. Wonder how much Jay Shetty had planned the flow of this interview, and how much of this natural flow there was between these two? Crazy good.

  • M
    M Ай бұрын +1

    This was an incredible conversation, and will stay with me for a long time.

  • Lucy
    Lucy 3 ай бұрын +157

    I like "Your friends in life are your horcruxes. We break ourselves into parts. Whenever we meet people, we give them a part of ourselves."

    • Jniour Sunshine
      Jniour Sunshine 2 ай бұрын

      My favorite 💝

    • Bilqis Williams
      Bilqis Williams 2 ай бұрын +1

      My favorite part of the conversation, it literally summarizes this whole conversation and reiterates that he is truly mercurial

    • Methmalie Dissanayake
      Methmalie Dissanayake 2 ай бұрын +1

      Felt this

    • Susan Byron
      Susan Byron 3 ай бұрын +4

      Had to look up the HP word "horcruxes" and was quite surprised what it all includes...

  • vanilly23
    vanilly23 18 күн бұрын

    Awesome conversation! Love hearing Trevor's insights on life in general. The way this turned into a profound conversation was great 👏🏼

  • Karen Knowles
    Karen Knowles 17 күн бұрын +6

    I was a psychotherapist for 30 years and I can fully relate to being seen in only one dimension. A few times in those years a client wanted to be friends after their therapy ended. They could not handle or relate to 360° of me and likewise I could not connect with the whole of them.
    Where people may want/expect Trevor to be funny all the time, my clients thought I would be wise about everything all the time. Perception of people sets the path for the connection or lack of connection.
    The conversation between the two of you was enlightening and special. Thank you.

  • ThirtyWine
    ThirtyWine 20 күн бұрын +1

    I was literally crying while watching this. This is a gem. ❤️

  • The Dreamy Pisces
    The Dreamy Pisces 29 күн бұрын +3

    I don't even have words for how good I felt this conversation felt for me. So humbling, eye opening and much more. Amazing! Loved it! ❤️🌟

  • Rem ya
    Rem ya 2 ай бұрын +1

    Terrific conversation!! Love the candid , high energy talk.

  • Malerato Mosia
    Malerato Mosia 3 ай бұрын +98

    I have never felt more relatable to Trevor then I do now.
    This was such a good conversation between you two, opened a lot more avenues that I need to reflect on in my own life.

  • Wendy L Branchfield
    Wendy L Branchfield 19 күн бұрын +2

    Absolutely, absolutely, absolutely! When chaos is normalcy, you seek it out as a baseline! I discovered this about myself when I was in college very much for the same reason as Trevor. One goes into identify the problem, seek possible remedy, or outcome, and fix it as quickly as you can. there’s an adrenaline rush that comes with successfully navigating those types of situations, a sense of accomplishment that then rolls into, “a sense of safety. “

  • Dulce Aguilar
    Dulce Aguilar Ай бұрын +1

    One of my favorite conversations. This is brilliant discourse.❤

  • Shilpa Raheja
    Shilpa Raheja 2 ай бұрын +4

    I loved this. One of your best. Pearls and nuggets of true wisdom for Trevor.
    I loved what he said about "home is a feeling ", "all inquiry is the birth of wisdom", and the loneliness bit.
    Last but not the least, the last bit about one law that one could put in place. Wow!

  • ADW
    ADW Ай бұрын

    It's amazing how the majority of healing comes from pure awareness and acknowledgment

  • Hiru Te
    Hiru Te 2 ай бұрын +1

    Thank you so much for such rich content. I appreciated the candidness of your conversation. I have had aha moments as I watched and listened to you guys. This segment was refreshingly insightful! Bravo!

  • RaMe
    RaMe 3 ай бұрын +285

    I start typing something but then nothing seems to justify how grateful I feel for Trevor and genuine people like him, so I end up with this 💜Thanks for existing! Beautiful conversation, thanks Jay, was really waiting for Trevor to be on your show. There are fans, and there are admirers but for me, Trevor feels like home/familiar. 💜

    • Heloise Saldanha
      Heloise Saldanha Ай бұрын

      İ feel grateful for Trevor too...

    • Rre Songe
      Rre Songe 2 ай бұрын

      You not alone. I just love dis guy

    • Flora M Brown
      Flora M Brown 2 ай бұрын +1

      RaMe, you summed it up beautifully.

    • Kelly shpeley
      Kelly shpeley 2 ай бұрын +1

      “Parasocial relationships” where they think they know you and have that intimacy, but you don’t get to share it. Understandably alienating.

    • Lwando Mweetwa
      Lwando Mweetwa 3 ай бұрын +1

      Trevor Noah the day walker seems ages ago now ☺️ Very deep and timely conversation here.Keep on

  • Maymunah Sydow
    Maymunah Sydow 7 күн бұрын

    He is from South Africa and we are so so proud of him! What a journey! In so many ways we are blessed!

  • Gabriel Vărzaru
    Gabriel Vărzaru 29 күн бұрын +2

    Damn, I am crying, the level of depth is astronomical, thank you Jay, thank you Trevor for your time and for going and explaining everything with such ease this is indeed a gem of a conversation from where many lessons are to be learned, and where I will always come back for guidance be blessed on your journey both of you, thank you !

  • GoddessAttractor
    GoddessAttractor 2 ай бұрын

    Trevor.... simply a solid, beautiful, honourable human being. Thanks Jay! Two amazing humans 😁🥰🙏

  • Rose in Japan
    Rose in Japan Ай бұрын +3

    I think everyone in the world needs to see this and really soak it in. Two beautiful souls having a deep, honest conversation about life and the world. There is so much to take away from this and so much to think about and reflect on. Thank you for this.

  • Hyunjung S
    Hyunjung S 2 ай бұрын

    Wow you guys are amazing and saying everything I was realizing right before I watched. You guys are amazing! Keep changing lives, brains and the world. Thank you so much 💕

  • Sukuloluhle Ndlangamandla
    Sukuloluhle Ndlangamandla 3 ай бұрын +164

    Two lessons I’ve learnt from this episode:
    1) I need to reevaluate my safety net and determine whether certain parts of myself that I’m holding onto are actually holding me back.
    2) In order to learn and understand others, it is necessary to let go of self.
    One word for this episode - wow.

    • CMILL
      CMILL Ай бұрын +3

      Totally agree. Unrelated - I love your name.

  • Donna Westbrook
    Donna Westbrook 8 күн бұрын

    Such profound discussion. "Home is where I feel like I am living my purpose". "My purpose is helping other people find their purpose". I'd love to see a part two, picking up all the conversation threads they didn't complete.

  • Sandra Pfeifer
    Sandra Pfeifer 13 күн бұрын

    This is SUCH A GENUINE, WHOLESOME AND HEALING CONVERSATION amongst all those many discussions out there! Thank you for this. xx

  • so dam kim
    so dam kim 2 ай бұрын +3

    I enjoyed this conversation. It made me think about a lot of things in my life. I'm not good at expressing my thoughts,
    but I can say that the conversation was insightful and constructive. Thank you!

  • Manmeet Aift
    Manmeet Aift 25 күн бұрын

    I love your podcast,they teach so much. Love you guys,your energy it's so beautiful and amazing to watch these together. Thank you 🙌

  • Fabiana Chaparro
    Fabiana Chaparro 2 ай бұрын +2

    This conversation was incredible to hear because there's so much humble insight within it, and so much good humour and want to understand and learn from one another that, as you guys mentioned, we need more of in life. And it was personally amazing for me to hear because these are conversations I have had with friends and family at multiple stages of my life, but in none of those conversations have I felt so understood or felt like I understood where someone was coming from as I did listening to both of you, and especially Trevor Noah, speak. I think that people that are tied by a feeling of loneliness and a want for interconnectedness/belonging are, at their base, very similar -- and it's beautiful to see how that builds out from childhood experience to what you do with your own life. Thank you so much for this!

  • Lyne Wandia
    Lyne Wandia 3 ай бұрын +89

    That was great..
    I learned that.
    I don't always have to glorify or be grateful of the pain but acknowledge the resilience that I got from it.
    2. Never assume
    3. Like a seatbelt it's the most important thing when it comes to your safety on the road or air but when it becomes dysfunctional you can get stuck.(apply it in your life)
    This conversation was so profound. I love ❤️ Trevor Noah. Learnt alot for sure

  • kabzimpossible
    kabzimpossible 14 күн бұрын +6

    There's no way you can't feel moved or uplifted after that. Amazing conversation 🙏🏾

  • Tiff Mat
    Tiff Mat 27 күн бұрын

    I never thought about it like that, we give different parts of ourselves to different people and those people can help us find ourselves again when we lose ourselves in the 'all of us' that we face every day 🔥🔥🔥🔥...It so makes sense. Love it when someone gives words to something I'm trying to figure out.

  • Stephanie Hills
    Stephanie Hills 2 ай бұрын +1

    I love this whole conversation. It's something I think everyone should hear

  • Tekla Paraidi
    Tekla Paraidi Ай бұрын

    It’s always a pleasure listening to Trevor speak. He is just so incredibly intelligent and insightful. I adore his comedy but I will listen to anything he says. Missing him from the daily show as well. He’s amazing!

  • Laurah Harrison
    Laurah Harrison 2 ай бұрын

    I have a healthy respect for both of you sharing your innermost thoughts with so much openness....thank you both

  • Tarah Rousseau-Sakho
    Tarah Rousseau-Sakho 3 ай бұрын +143

    I loved that Trevor said he hopes to be fertilizer to enrich the soil. I must say both Trevor and Jay have provoked many thoughts by asking the questions they have and sharing their perspectives on topics. I am grateful for this. I personally took away alot of understanding from this interview about why I myself interact in the world the way I do and how I want to proceed.

    • Margaret Hanrahan
      Margaret Hanrahan 3 ай бұрын

      Took it from this interview Jay and Trevor sound people.

    • Margaret Hanrahan
      Margaret Hanrahan 3 ай бұрын +4

      It's so enrishiñg listening to people. Who have something real to talk about.🙏

  • Responsable Hlongwane
    Responsable Hlongwane 22 күн бұрын

    This interview is so healing . Why am I in tears. Thank you

  • andile bov
    andile bov Ай бұрын +2

    this podcast was truly informative, healing, educational, inspiring, thought provoking and raising awareness by these two brilliant people. i watched the podacst several times and each and everytime i watch it i find something new. it's also so exceptional how trevor and jay simply speak their minds and articulate their minds on the spot with ease.....that's a skill i personally want to develop for myself because i find myself most times knowing what i want to convey but just can't simply explain it to people..wow so delighted to have watched the show

  • Denise Estelle
    Denise Estelle 2 ай бұрын +8

    I had no expectations about this interview. I’ve seen bits and pieces of Mr. Trevor Noah on KZclip from time to time but had no idea of his depth and perceptions about life. ALL I CAN SAY IS WOW, WOW, WOW! TREVOR NOAH OPENED UP A DOOR OF NEW POSSIBILITIES ABOUT LIFE, BEING, AND PERSPECTIVES. This interview will change the way you see the world, interact with other people, and understand your own actions and motivations. This conversation/interview can be broken into sections and reviewed by book clubs, classes, friends, and organizations for review and study. Trevor Noah you have fertilized the viewers. JOB WELL DONE! THANK YOU! Denise V. Estelle