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  • We Are One
    We Are One 2 жыл бұрын +9383

    Literally everything that comes out of Peterson's mouth is like an oasis of water for a lonely traveler that's been in the desert for far too long. God bless you Jordan peterson.

    • Szymon Karaś
      Szymon Karaś Күн бұрын


    • zer00rdie
      zer00rdie Күн бұрын

      That's the Benzo brain-damage.

    • Oscar Scott
      Oscar Scott 8 күн бұрын

      you mean like an oasis that is just an illusion? because everything Jordan Peterston says is just a whole load of nothing

    • Kathryn Buckley
      Kathryn Buckley Ай бұрын

      @Christopher Dugger you are

  • Persephone Pyre
    Persephone Pyre 4 ай бұрын +381

    As a single Mother who raised a son alone, I am a huge fan of his message and am trying to get my son (who's an adult now) to listen to him. I think Dr. Peterson is extremely intelligent, intuitive and compassionate with a gift for speaking to the masses. He is a special human being and a gift to us all!

    • Liam Feely
      Liam Feely Күн бұрын

      Too many single mother don't value fathers atall

    • Sharon Rogers
      Sharon Rogers 6 күн бұрын

      Persephone Pyre I too brought up my son and my daughter on my own with never a penny or bit of positivity or help from their “father,” and they introduced me to these fabulous podcasts from this wonderful man. I think there are many more women listening than anyone realizes. We all need a good man in our lives, and they don’t come better than this one.❤😊

    • Lori Yates
      Lori Yates 13 күн бұрын

      You believe ladies should not have any say over their own bodies? He believes that ladies brought down the wage scale when they entered the work force?? We have had to fight for every equal privilege and pay. No, should not go backwards.

    • harshit senpai
      harshit senpai 21 күн бұрын

      @UncleButterworth SweetNSalty ​ she never said she is forcing the books and lectures on him

  • Dariun Perkey
    Dariun Perkey 3 ай бұрын +411

    We love you Mr peterson. You have influenced my way of thinking about things in such a drastically different way that I am truly grateful for

    • Dominic Iannucci
      Dominic Iannucci 20 күн бұрын

      *Dr. Peterson

    • Blue Axolotl
      Blue Axolotl Ай бұрын +2

      @Jeff M I'm afraid I'm going to have to disagree. I can only describe my experience to you and the profound impact he has had on me and hope you'll listen. I was sad, depressed, but then I heard this mans beautiful and articulate way of describing what he thinks others should be allowed to do to their genitals and it drastically changed my life. He's a compassionate man fighting for the genitals of a better world, like a true hero would and I implore you to honestly listen to what he has to say.

    • Victoria Chaves
      Victoria Chaves 2 ай бұрын +2

      @Jeff M that's a mirror in front of you, sir

  • Billy-joe Birch
    Billy-joe Birch 5 ай бұрын +287

    These are the kind of people that should run the world... logical, factual, insanely intelligent, articulated. What I'd give to have a few beers with these guys and a long conversation.

    • gaussminigun
      gaussminigun 8 күн бұрын +1

      Good luck... Good people don't go into politics

    • Brian Blackwell
      Brian Blackwell 12 күн бұрын

      @pineapple That's a thoughtful response. There's certainly problems with some of his ideas, but I want to be balanced in my judgement. He talks about everything, and it's unrealistic to expect him to get it all right.
      I don't have a problem with people noting what's broken without offering solutions. Those are two different steps in the process of progress.
      We're all hypocrites in one way or another because a truly wise, moral person can hardly survive in our deeply corrupt social setting, but I think he means well and is making a reasonable effort at developing character.
      He speaks out against tyranny, and he has expressed a rudimentary understanding of how society should be rooted in voluntary interaction, not governed by coercion and violence. That's a major acknowledgement, and maybe in time he'll realize politicians have no place in that kind of society.
      Let's see what they come up with at his summit this fall. Should be interesting.

    • pineapple
      pineapple 12 күн бұрын

      @Brian Blackwell
      His understanding of the hierarchy is always coupled with the fact that they are utterly unchangeable and therefore we shouldn’t. For example, his lobster science to prove that hierarchical structures are older than trees, even though we have proof that serotonin affects humans and lobsters in vastly different ways. He believes IQ is an accurate predictor of success and that “nobody knows what to do about it” based on the Armed Forces Qualifier Test, which has not provided an IQ, is historically known to be a terrible test that gauges familiarity with American culture, and you didn’t actually have to pass it to get into the armed forces.
      That is the trick of the game. He produces all of these concerns about the poor and how they are poor due to low innate ability, but refuses to propose a solution. But here’s the thing; I know a group of people who created IQ specifically to solve it. That solution was pretty final, if you catch my drift. He leads you down a steep hill towards a horrific conclusion and then jumps off the sled just before you hit the bottom so he can’t be held accountable for saying that we shouldn’t have social safety nets for impoverished children or free food.
      In fact, he literally said that he would have voted for Hillary because she would’ve maintained the status quo, but played identity politics so much that he would’ve switched to Trump.
      He is not an intellectual. He’s a clinical psychologist and a successful self help guru who has slowly morphed into a right wing culture warrior preaching the gospel of fracking. He does not encourage positive change, he actually does the opposite by framing these issues as unknowable or unsolvable, like climate change or poverty

    • Brian Blackwell
      Brian Blackwell 12 күн бұрын +1

      @pineapple I get your point. Intellectuals do run the world, but Peterson does not strike me as utterly left-brain imbalanced. Overall, his thinking is that of a damn earnest philosopher, and his conclusions are generally supportive of freedom and universal uplift.
      I've not heard him say anything advocating hierarchy of gender and race. His general recognition that hierarchy exists is usually coupled with the caveat that he's not saying it's always a good thing.
      I don't think a man pointing out flaws in ideas at the very foundation of society is guilty of "believing in" the status quo.
      That being said, there's huge blind spots in his current perspective on certain topics, but if we're going to hold that against him, then everyone else is going down too.

  • brum town
    brum town 5 ай бұрын +106

    This guy changed my life and I was in a pit of misery and sorrow...keep going my brother...I love you 💯

  • CZIN
    CZIN 2 ай бұрын +53

    “The only way to overcome adversity is to face it.” Great quote Joe!

  • MarC In Space
    MarC In Space 3 жыл бұрын +5748

    I am absolutely mind blown that such intellectual talk is available to us at just a click of a button.

    • MisteR MagisteR
      MisteR MagisteR Ай бұрын


    • Dallas Maynard
      Dallas Maynard Ай бұрын

      So many distractions, those who choose to gain wisdom and better themselves, will seek such...... Those who choose to be ignorant and simple minded will choose too, and continue the separation and hate in society.

    • Markus Fischer
      Markus Fischer 6 ай бұрын


  • Małgorzata Wodka
    Małgorzata Wodka 3 ай бұрын +82

    Jordan is a great guy. It's not true that only men listen to him. I'm a woman and I appreciate his effort to tell the truth and help people fix their lives. Listening to him is a form of therapy, but for free.

    • Elhastezy
      Elhastezy 3 ай бұрын +1

      @Rahul Y I love the way you express yourself 💗 beautiful delivery of words.
      I agree O.P. ..... "therapy" indeed in a world of chaos

    • Ryan Hattingh
      Ryan Hattingh 3 ай бұрын +7

      @Rahul Y God bless you, love from South Africa

    • Rahul Y
      Rahul Y 3 ай бұрын +10

      I'm an Indian living in tier 2 city of my country with great traditional cultural touch and values of modern world. Finding out JP and his work was a great discovery of my life. His works and articulations are pure and raw conformity to nature of the the universe and its system.

  • Techno House Connoisseurs
    Techno House Connoisseurs 5 ай бұрын +39

    JP is the brilliant mind and soul necessary to help us through these times when leadership is lost in greed and corruption. Why he isn’t called up to assemble and be head of a powerful tribunal is beyond me. We are in a world crisis and people like him with a pure grasp of ethics and civility are what are needed to help usher us out of it. He cares and has patience which are elements that the most intelligent often find too exhausting to exercise. Hit skill set is a priceless gift that is timeless and we are so lucky that these types of discussions are documented forever. I hope for another 30-40 years of his orations…he is a game changer and we all benefit from minds like his. What a gift.

    • Kevin Scaltrito
      Kevin Scaltrito 3 күн бұрын

      看m l kei

    • pineapple
      pineapple 13 күн бұрын

      He’s literally funded by the “powers that be.” He is signed to The Daily Wire, which is sponsered by fracking billionaires. He is the mouthpiece of the rich who want to maintain current socioeconomic conditions.

    • I'll_Be_Frank
      I'll_Be_Frank 5 ай бұрын +2

      @OxymoronZ[47] exactly

    • OxymoronZ[47]
      OxymoronZ[47] 5 ай бұрын +2

      You just explained the why, In regards to why he isnt leading society. The powers that be wouldn't have that; it'd destroy their control system

  • Julie Curtis
    Julie Curtis 10 күн бұрын +6

    These men are a gift. I am home recovering from a major spine surgery. I feel lost and I started listening to these podcast. I can’t tell you how these have given me first relief that I am not alone with these feelings and problems but given me solid tools to navigate life. I can not say thank you enough. There are absolutely no words that I can think of to thank them. All I can say is bless you and thank you. ❤

    • AJ 777
      AJ 777 6 күн бұрын

      Hi Julie, can you give us an update on how you're doing ? Hope you are in a good place and healthy , healed up .

  • Seulean Calina
    Seulean Calina 5 ай бұрын +31

    This guy changes my perspective with every subject he discusses. I love the crude truth he is speaking and I resonate with almost everything he says.
    Listening to him while I work, will I workout, before sleep. Getting all the information as accurate as possible.

  • Karen
    Karen 3 ай бұрын +232

    He got me out of a wheelchair. He got me asserting myself. This in one year.

    • Teresa Karr
      Teresa Karr Ай бұрын

      You inspire me.. My challenge is completely different. Thank you, Karen.

    • Samuel Dubík
      Samuel Dubík Ай бұрын +1

      Were there stairs leading to the manager office? No but seriously if you managed to recover from some kind of injury and learned to walk again, good for you.

    • Bazurek
      Bazurek 2 ай бұрын +3

      @AssBlasster9000 Yea, he's not, but he is still a motivating man who helps hundreds of thousands find the strength to improve themselves. :)

    • Din
      Din 2 ай бұрын +1

      @AssBlasster9000 he inspires people to become better people.

    • AssBlasster9000
      AssBlasster9000 2 ай бұрын +2

      My brother, Peterson is not literally Jesus performing miracles

  • Wes Uhlee
    Wes Uhlee 3 жыл бұрын +37947

    The man has become the father figure of a fatherless generation

    • Joh
      Joh 3 ай бұрын +1

      @Reuben Zapata Dr. Peterson is very popular in Latin America, yep, bea-ners like me find his ideas interesting and compelling. 😜

    • james byrne
      james byrne 4 ай бұрын

      Which one?

    • Daddy Pig
      Daddy Pig 10 ай бұрын +1

      Let's bring this chat back into your life!

    • Jesse Leibel
      Jesse Leibel  Жыл бұрын +1

      An amazing speaker!… and thank God because we need it!

  • rlwhite55
    rlwhite55 Ай бұрын +17

    The passionate nature of Jordan when clarifying the challenges of being human is always inspiring to me!

  • virginia elliott
    virginia elliott 19 күн бұрын +5

    I am so grateful for these two. It feels like my male family members who I can trust talking in the background while I fall asleep feeling safe. I never had that at all. The opposite in fact. And so I really appreciate it so much. Joe feels like my big brother and Jordan my father. I listen intently to verify what I'm listening to (due diligence)..... And then I relax..........

  • Danilo Ribeiro
    Danilo Ribeiro 2 ай бұрын +9

    Just wow! What a genius and what courage to speak up and help others. Keep it up, JP! We need you!

  • Stf Ram
    Stf Ram 6 ай бұрын +10

    Really love this man! He needs to be valued just for telling us all this knowledge and open our eyes.

  • Justin Ludeman
    Justin Ludeman 5 ай бұрын +14

    Watching - Listening again... Such a constructive, positive, open-minded pairing. Thanks both to Joe & Jordan.
    Honestly, the discourse makes me want to understand myself better, without negative reflection, replaced instead by actions towards education and acceptance. Addiction, resentment, dishonesty, fear (False Evidence Appearing Real), can all fall away with bravery, empathy, and humility.
    Grateful - man hugs 🙏🏼😉

  • sonicboss91
    sonicboss91 3 жыл бұрын +8248

    Every time I watch Jordan Peterson I end up cleaning my room.

    • Matt Davis
      Matt Davis Ай бұрын +1

      Hah .. Smiling ear to ear

    • Rosemarie Mann
      Rosemarie Mann 2 ай бұрын +1

      @Nayr Tnartsipac
      ( At least you didn't
      hang out your Dad
      with the washing...)

    • Rosemarie Mann
      Rosemarie Mann 2 ай бұрын +1

      " I cleaned the whole house,
      and made all the beds ,
      before anyone was up !"

    • Rosemarie Mann
      Rosemarie Mann 2 ай бұрын +1

      @KWPZ21 ( What ? Twice ?😁;
      Just kidding ! )😁🦉🇬🇧😢🇨🇦🦉.

    • Rosemarie Mann
      Rosemarie Mann 2 ай бұрын

      @Elijah Christian
      " This gave me a good laugh"
      Great ! " Laughter, the
      Best Medicine"😁.
      But there are also good solid ,
      thoughtful insights .
      I love these discussions.
      Dr.J.P. GIVES so much
      of his experience and

  • DJ Daniel
    DJ Daniel 4 ай бұрын +14

    listened to this about a year and a half ago and felt like a lot of things went right over my head, come back now and i understand so much more. i cant imagine what im going to get out of this podcast when i come back to listen in another year

  • Nagarjun Nagesh
    Nagarjun Nagesh 3 ай бұрын +120

    Wow! Practically the best advices Jordan Peterson has to give is there in this 3 hour interview. Well done man!

    • Caleb
      Caleb 2 ай бұрын

      read 12 rules for life youll be mind blown.

    • Addy
      Addy 2 ай бұрын


  • Rosario Russo
    Rosario Russo 5 ай бұрын +8

    Wow, this is what it’s all about, two honest and good people doing their part to try to make the world a better place by using the most far reaching medium to speak to the individual.
    Thank you Jordan Peterson and Joe Rogan for helping me to navigate through this difficult and worthwhile thing called life!

  • CleverGirl
    CleverGirl Ай бұрын +11

    I love how Joe is sitting up straight !! 🎯 like he's in awe of Jordan, when he's a motivational guru himself ❤️ great duo of conversation 💯

  • Maria Priest-Whitly
    Maria Priest-Whitly 4 ай бұрын +21

    Jordan Peterson, doesn't just speak to men, I have been listening just for an over a year. I have become a better mother, engaged more in my career which i changed and moved out of state. I am so much healthier physically, mentally, financially, and emotionally. Jordan speaks the truth and uses science based facts, and still has his faith. He is amazing.

    • Coco Mocco
      Coco Mocco 3 ай бұрын

      I just found out about this man. Can you define how exactly he changed your life/career? Is he a writer? What books should I read? Thank you 🙏

  • AWDTH1111
    AWDTH1111 2 жыл бұрын +2698

    I’m almost 29 and I’m wishing I could have listened to Jordan Peterson when I was 19. Could’ve saved me years of regret, stupidity and stagnancy in my 20’s

    • Jeff Sadowski
      Jeff Sadowski 2 ай бұрын

      One need not avoid making mistakes to grow. It's a part of the journey so you remember how both places feel and why. Some failure is needed to refine what works. That only comes from wins and losses, too. Regardless of what we do, we'll always have a bit of both:)

    • Amartya Adukoorie
      Amartya Adukoorie 2 ай бұрын

      I'm 19 bro, glad I read this

    • Bread Buster
      Bread Buster 2 ай бұрын

      @I live inside your house NO YOU DON'T!

    • Trey Youngley
      Trey Youngley 2 ай бұрын

      @Jason Jenkins I wouldn't call those days good

    • Trey Youngley
      Trey Youngley 2 ай бұрын

      @Jan-Willem Peeters good thinking.

  • Dragos - Gabriel Orzan
    Dragos - Gabriel Orzan 23 күн бұрын +1

    Keep it up, Jordan Peterson! i'll finish my bachelor's exam and i'm thinking of finding a way to help your work somehow. I am currently left out of my family for some defects i left undeveloped for too long and since i have found your content i started remembering who i wanted to become and motivating myself to move in that direction. Religion forgot to decode this. You have earned my respect, great job, great human being! Thank you for your help!

  • Philip Bramley
    Philip Bramley 5 ай бұрын +6

    Listening to this amazing man has saved me from taking the easy way out of this life... I cannot say thank you enough for the positivity of Jordan Peterson.. He is a truly wonderful man and he needs to be protected from the system at all costs.... Dr J Peterson thank you for being a shining light in the darkness that is enveloping our world...

  • Kon Battles
    Kon Battles 3 ай бұрын +40

    Wow. Please keep spreading these ideas. More people need to hear JP.

    • fardnshid
      fardnshid 2 ай бұрын

      JP was on another episode after this which you can find on Spotify, it's episode 1769. He was also on a few other JRE episodes before this including one with Bret Weinstein if you didn't already know that.

  • Mess E
    Mess E Ай бұрын +3

    So good to see a very smart and kind person rise to popularity like that! Keep changing lives and do what you do Dr Peterson!

  • Cian O'brien
    Cian O'brien 3 ай бұрын +172

    This was a powerful Joe Rogan experience

    • Kennedy
      Kennedy Ай бұрын

      He’d hate that

    • andrew macpherson
      andrew macpherson 2 ай бұрын +1

      Very powerful, imagine the world was run by Jordan Petersons, we would no doubt all be happy and at peace. His lectures should be taught in every school.👍

  • Vimpe
    Vimpe 3 жыл бұрын +5312

    Need this man back on the podcast once he has recovered!

    • Adrin Daneshvar
      Adrin Daneshvar 6 ай бұрын

      @Sindy J 2w

    • MJAce85
      MJAce85 6 ай бұрын +1

      @Jordan Mercier You are 100% correct. Great advice. But as of now, months after this post, I've done THE BEST THING FOR MYSELF I COULD EVER DO, I've let go of my anger. I have very bad rage problems, I'm easy to set off. One day I just decided I'm not wasting time being pissed anymore, and I let it go. Well of course a few days later, my GF and I got into a WAR, one of those multi hour battles. Didn't even raise my voice, kept it cool. After that, she treats me entirely different. For the better. And once I let go of my anger, I quit cigarettes on a whim, and haven't even craved them since. 3 weeks now. I hope you are doing well and good luck in your life

    • MJAce85
      MJAce85 6 ай бұрын

      @Nick Cross ¥ I can skip my therapist session for the next two weeks. Thanks a lot bro. That was thoughtful and sincere, and unlike 99% of things posted on any kind of Internet platform, useful. Thanks you very much and I hope you listen to your advice and are happy

    • Nick Cross ¥
      Nick Cross ¥ 6 ай бұрын +1

      @MJAce85 I come from the other side of the coin. My wife or should I say my ex, did the same thing to me. Trying to change me into something she wanted, as opposed to who I was when she met me and I know deep down that I’m a good person with a great heart. I make mistakes, just like anybody else. But I did everything I possibly could for the marriage and tried to do everything I could to make her happy. Seriously, jumping out of my skin to make that happen and unfortunately no matter how much I did, she always wanted more. The thing is, you have to think about what you want out of life and a relationship. if you are getting what you want out of the relationship, a person with a great heart and great soul who tries to do what they can to make you happy… If you can have good conversations and talk through the bad times without bringing ego into the equation… Then you’re already ahead of 75% of the people on this earth.
      Nobody is perfect. We just try to be as good as we can be, not all of us… But I think deep down everybody wants to be a decent person. I just think that things happen in their lives that makes them think everybody around them is the same. Believe me, I struggle with it myself. I try to be as good of a person as I can be, trying to help anybody who needs it… I rarely ask for anything in return, but find myself very heartbroken and disappointed when people do horrible things or say horrible things to me or about me. when I was young, it just rolled off of me and I didn’t think anything of it.
      for whatever reason, once I got into the relationship with my wife and we were married a few years… I started letting those things that never bothered me before, bother me really deeply. to the point where it changed me for the worst. Because I just thought everybody was against me at that point. what I realized after too many years in the marriage, is that it was my wife. Her narcissistic ways were starting to affect me so deeply that I figured everybody was the same. Starting to think that there were very few decent people left in the world. once I left the marriage and I was on my own for probably not even six months, I started coming back to the person I was before meeting her. after I started thinking about the entirety of the marriage and the things that happened, I realized that it was her constant little remarks and actions that we’re making me that way.
      The point being that, we are a product of our environment. When the environment becomes toxic, so do we. The hard part is stepping outside of ourselves to see what is causing our misery. Then changing things to make our lives better. So, you really have to ask yourself is the relationship I’m currently in causing these feelings I’m having or did something from my past trigger the instability in my thoughts and actions. Why do you want your significant other to change? Is it for the better of her or the better of you? Will I be happy leaving the relationship and looking for what I perceive is the relationship I want to be in? Or, are you going to treat the next person the same? Relationships are tough enough when the two people in them are on the same page. But if there is a constant nagging for you or her to change, it makes it even worse. Because it makes that person feel inadequate and like there’s something wrong with them. when in reality, it could either be your personal preference that you’re trying to push on them or there truly is something about them that is driving you nuts and maybe it is time to reassess whether or not you want to be in that relationship. Not only for you, but for them to. Because nobody wants to feel inadequate, Nobody likes to feel like no matter what they do it’s never good enough.
      Which is where I was in my marriage. I didn’t want the marriage to end, but when I started pulling away and she saw that I was changing because of the things she was doing to be less attentive and less loving, which is what she did maybe five years into the marriage… She decided that she wanted the excitement and to try to find the perfection that doesn’t exist in this world. so, and I’m not even sure when this started in the marriage, she started cheating and with the last guy she cheated with… She rubbed him in my face. Showing up at the house that I helped buy with her, with him. Taking him over to her parents house to help fix things. Needless to say, once I found out… I ended it and made sure that her parents knew what she was doing and that the end of the marriage wasn’t my fault or anything to do with me. It was her constantly thinking she needed more than what I could give and her family knew how much I cared about her and how much I did and went through to make the marriage.
      You are only as good as the people you surround yourself with. If they are toxic, it turns your life toxic. Make sure you are the person you want to be and happy, before you bring anybody else into your life. Make sure you are strong enough to see when they do these things Like my wife, to be able to talk to them and walk away if you need to. Drugs, alcohol… They are simply something that numbs you. Make you feel happy when you’re unhappy. But they don’t solve any problems. If anything, they end up making it worse. so be yourself and be happy and let the people around you be themselves. If you find yourself in the situation where you are trying to convince them to be different or something else… Make sure you can look in the mirror and ask yourself why. Because more times than not, It can generally be you looking for happiness in yourself and thinking that their change can be your change. when 99.9% of the time, that isn’t the case and they could change into what you want them to and not be the person you fell in love with. then, how can you bring yourself to tell them to change back to what they were before, when you were the one who changed them anew in the first place?
      Life is difficult. There’s no if, ands or buts about that. The last thing you want to do is chase the people away who are positive influences who will stand by you through thick and thin, to try to make you happy. Because the second you do, you will start searching once again for that same person and then expect somebody else to change into them or at least what they were before you had them change.
      As I tell people all the time… Live life every day like it’s your last, love like it’s your first. be happy with who you are and be happy with the people that surround you, the way they are. as, on the day you die they are going to be the people that surround you and ease your steps into the afterlife. Do you want to leave bad memories or good? we only have so much time on this earth and none of us know when our time is up. so live every second for the moment, don’t let negativity into your life and enjoy the World around you. Experience everything you can while you’re here. most importantly, if you find that great person to be with to experience life beside them… Hold onto them for everything you got and keep reminding yourself that you love them for a reason. We all have faults, we all have blessings. Let the blessings lead you and live and learn together.

    • Teri Huebert
      Teri Huebert 6 ай бұрын

      @Adrian T Thc makes me nervous, so I can't tolerate it. I wish I could! It sucks, no drug is good for you, but I wish there were something that wasn't addictive yet worked as well as benzos.

  • What day is it
    What day is it 5 ай бұрын +4

    This man is the man I needed in my life ever since my father passed of cancer. Thank Mr.Peterson.

  • B V
    B V Ай бұрын +9

    Voice of a generation. Changed my life, brought meaning and happiness, i am completely confident in everything i do now he helped me harness the huge potential i had but never used.

  • Jo D
    Jo D 29 күн бұрын +2

    I find JP comes across very clearly with his interviews when it comes to his practice. Very very well informed on a lot of things . When asked questions always answer them with enthusiasm to both satisfaction . Kudos to both great talk!😂😊😊

  • Debra Matthews
    Debra Matthews 3 ай бұрын +5

    Jordan Peterson is an inspiration to all generations. I love that Joe Rogan interviews cover a wide range of people and topics.

  • Lunar does everything
    Lunar does everything 5 ай бұрын +7

    I loved the part where he started talking about adversity, how to overcome etc…
    To anyone who is depressed has anxiety, learn to be present with it. The more you condemn it, the more it grows in you. There’s absolutely nothing wrong with it. Do what you can to relax in life, do one thing at a time etc.
    Lots of love

  • Ioana Chiorean
    Ioana Chiorean 10 ай бұрын +1397

    I am a woman (24) and I’ve been watching and listening to JP for 5 years now. He was recommened by one of my female friends who is also a big fan. Can’t believe people would criticize him for not having female audience. I read the books and all I can say is that he is the father I wish I had.

    • BlueBird
      BlueBird 2 ай бұрын

      Your heavenly father* we're all Harry Potters now.

    • unfortunatebeam
      unfortunatebeam 3 ай бұрын

      @Nick0078 who cares 😴

    • unfortunatebeam
      unfortunatebeam 3 ай бұрын

      Lol who cares if he has a female audience or not

  • dara newman
    dara newman 4 ай бұрын +35

    Joe Rogan, a college drop out, is completely self taught. Here he is having a meaningful, intelligent, two-way conversation with JP. His intelligence and depth of thought is so underrated! Look what happens when you have a thirst for knowledge! God bless you both!

    • Taylor Patton
      Taylor Patton 4 ай бұрын +1

      The latest one on these on Spotify, #1769 Is pretty cool. Joe really pushes up against Jordan really wrestling for knowledge and truth. The chemistry between the two grew. It's really impressive.

  • charles pitts jr
    charles pitts jr 3 ай бұрын +26

    A guy for all guys . He's a awesome dude . Learned alot from this guy.

  • Cintia Nyerges
    Cintia Nyerges 5 ай бұрын +3

    I adore this guy, seriously. 😃 It’s so invigorating to see him talk, so much energy emanating. I admit, I occasionally laughed when he got super excited about what he was going to share. It was very cute, I know it’s odd to say about a 55 yrs old man. I am just glad I found him, and it’s pretty gratifying to hear him say what I have been thinking about over the past years but dared not to voice.

  • closedeyeslie
    closedeyeslie 2 ай бұрын +2

    This man needs to be protected and valued as this generations much needed father figure

  • Asa Hopkins
    Asa Hopkins 15 сағат бұрын +1

    I’m currently struggling with addiction and I’ve had many different struggles in my life. Jordan Peterson is the first person who is starting to make me look at life in a whole new way. I’m now starting to make different choices and decisions in my life. That I can achieve and I would never of gotten to this point without Jordan’s lectures and videos.

  • Adventure and Family
    Adventure and Family  Жыл бұрын +1678

    Joe, we need more of Jordan on your shows- he’s like a bottle of moral vitamins for the soul…

    • Smeaton
      Smeaton 6 ай бұрын

      @Odog Gow way to show everyone your intellectual limit

    • Rocky Vette
      Rocky Vette 7 ай бұрын

      @Odog Gow wtf are you tlkn bout!?

    • Odog Gow
      Odog Gow 7 ай бұрын

      @Rocky Vette are u totally inept? Ur here where he explained it to u if u pay attention

  • Fabricio de Brito
    Fabricio de Brito 4 ай бұрын +4

    4th time watching this podcast and it never gets old 😍 thank you Jordan and Joe rogan for an awesome 3 hours

  • janieinwales
    janieinwales 3 ай бұрын +1

    What a joy to listen to a great mind at work with such clarity... perceptive, truthful, and brave. The difficulty with so much thinking today is that it is shallow and based on prejudice and social pressure without recourse to history, facts and science. We need left and right and a constant dialogue between the two to support a society which is both functional and caring. More power to your elbow Mr Peterson!

  • growersplus
    growersplus Ай бұрын +4

    I love this man. He is the father i needed.

  • Thomas Waldon
    Thomas Waldon 3 ай бұрын +2

    I cannot comprehend how he gets the hate in the media that he does. He is one of the most logical and level headed people that has ever lived.

  • Jude Pagano
    Jude Pagano 2 ай бұрын +4

    I’ve heard this conversation at least 20 times and it never gets old 🙏

  • Chelsea Sawatzky
    Chelsea Sawatzky 2 жыл бұрын +1907

    "The antidote to feeling worthless is taking on more responsibility"....mind blown.

    • Derek Cleffi
      Derek Cleffi 3 ай бұрын

      @Galactis I feel that Dr. Peterson also addresses this. Perhaps not in this talk (I’m not even through a quarter of it) but he does speak about being more dominant, more in charge of what you want. Point out to your boss that you have taken more responsibility for the same pay. If he/she doesn’t find it reasonable to compensate for your additional workload, find a new job, ideally one that pays you correctly.

    • Acaman
      Acaman 8 ай бұрын +1

      Many commenters here failed to understand that statement. Taking more responsibility doesn't mean adding things to your life that demand responsibilities. It simply means being more responsible for your life desicions in general

    • Proud Atheist
      Proud Atheist 8 ай бұрын

      I get where Dr. Peterson is coming from, but taking on more responsibility is not going to stop everyone from feeling worthless.

    • Bea
      Bea 9 ай бұрын +1

      Taking more responsibility and fulfilling obligations,gives you sense of pride, fulfilment and makes you realize your own strengths not to mention it helps you asses your own limits.

    • Bea
      Bea 9 ай бұрын

      @Haupt Suppe You sound very negative, and I think that you need a lot of external help to put your past to rest.

  • Jesus Damian
    Jesus Damian Ай бұрын +1

    I listened to this while at work. The way JP breaks down these concepts and truth is as amazing as the information and knowledge he has. I'm definitely gonna give it another listen. Thank you JP. And Seth Rogan for having all different intelectual conversations on your platform.

  • Meester Dinglefritz
    Meester Dinglefritz 27 күн бұрын +2

    Those two gentlemen have such high respect for each other, you can just see it in their eyes and how they talk to each other. Always love when he has Dr. Peterson on.

  • Roger Raff
    Roger Raff 5 ай бұрын +1

    I love listening to you both, the understanding and intelligence displayed blows me away

  • scott carlson
    scott carlson 3 ай бұрын +7

    I needed to hear this very very badly, it's like I've been missing this perception piece in everything I'm perceiving and it's not given me the foundation to excel. Thank you Jordan Peterson thank you Joe Rogan

  • Danbeast
    Danbeast 5 ай бұрын +4

    always come back to this, this man has saved so many lives and in his eyes you know he thinks it's not enough

  • Van Savage
    Van Savage  Жыл бұрын +1720

    Rogan: a master of asking the right questions.
    Peterson: a master of answering questions.

    • Pepperkill Development
      Pepperkill Development 4 ай бұрын

      This is called conversation.

    • Jason Haiflich
      Jason Haiflich 7 ай бұрын

      @Joah Yoga well, Peterson has spent years developing his thought process through reading, lectures, writing books, talking, and listening. It’s better to listen more than talking, at least until you very well understand subjects like Peterson.

    • clickfanatic
      clickfanatic 11 ай бұрын

      In video game talk they both cancel each other if they are enemies, and if they are team mates they both buff each other up! lol

    • Nico
      Nico 11 ай бұрын

      Creates a closed loop of mastery

    • ranikalakaar
      ranikalakaar 11 ай бұрын

      On ☝️ point

  • Dino LeBlanc
    Dino LeBlanc Ай бұрын

    A brilliant man and exactly what the human race needs right now!!
    As another has commented.
    A father figure to a fatherless generation.

  • Raj
    Raj Ай бұрын +1

    Saw him with my son this past Sunday in Agoura, CA. Yes, men were dressed so well! But no one as snazzy as Jordan. I was surprised to see the amount of women and people of color. Thank you, Jordan for being the light in our dark times. I enjoyed seeing you live 🙏🏼 Great advice on all the questions asked esp for newly weds/intimate relationships- to set weekly time to discuss finances and to set weekly dates.

  • Mega Deni13
    Mega Deni13 6 ай бұрын +2

    Jordan speaking about the answer to hopelessness is responsibility is so correct. I never of things like that b4 but he has a great way of voicing things correctly. He's a great man and a breath of fresh air in a world that seems to have gone crazy these days.

  • Daniel Connolly
    Daniel Connolly Ай бұрын +1

    a truly brilliant man 👨… protect him at all costs 💚

  • Frightnight
    Frightnight 5 ай бұрын +3

    2:33:18 -2:37:22 is my favorite part of this interview. Jordan wraps up quite nicely the difference between left and right and how both have necessity and merit but also the opportunity for negative consequence. Too much competition breeds tyranny as to hold onto power. Too much "compassion" or "sympathy" for the dispossessed in terms of the left actually breeds resentment of the successful even if they earned their success rightfully.

  • B-zad
    B-zad 11 ай бұрын +1088

    "You don't get less and less afraid, you get braver." Dude, that one hit me in the feels.

    • shaxow11
      shaxow11 5 ай бұрын

      @saevarito bravery is the ability to face the fear even though you are just as scared of it as you were before

    • James Lightbringer
      James Lightbringer 5 ай бұрын

      😁 good work team!

    • Jordan Dean
      Jordan Dean 5 ай бұрын

      Good call

    • Jonseyy
      Jonseyy 6 ай бұрын

      Same thing though but whatever way you see it is the ley

    • izzydeadyet
      izzydeadyet 6 ай бұрын

      I remember when I first got sober after 15 years on opioids, it felt like my fear fell off! And it didn't serve me well, I was getting in trouble and couldn't shut up , people thought I was drunk and I was stone sober! Because for years my main fear of the day was worrying about the sickness every day that it took over my life, so once that was gone I felt totally free like heavy shackles came off .. but fearlessness was bordering on insanity

  • ekko smith
    ekko smith 2 ай бұрын +1

    Man, the sounds of the voices and the laughs in the first few seconds, the friendship is so genuine. It's palpable. They respect each other, and are professional, but man, you can REALLY tell they genuinely enjoy one another company and opinions, its not fake like so many things are now-adays, I know this podcast is old, but its so good!

  • Chris
    Chris 4 ай бұрын +1

    Mad respect for Mr. Peterson always enjoy listening to this man,the way he articulates his wisdom is second to none.

  • Corey Audet
    Corey Audet 5 ай бұрын +2

    Constant applause for this spectacular human being.

  • nap
    nap 3 ай бұрын +9

    JP is a blessing! No more needs to be said.

  • Zachari Bertrand
    Zachari Bertrand 6 ай бұрын +3

    “This is almost like a supertribe vs a country”
    Watching joe Rogan demonstrate his understanding and expertly drop common man translations has been a highlight of my youth

  • Pommie 🐻 Bears
    Pommie 🐻 Bears  Жыл бұрын +1891

    Jordan Peterson is helping my son (24) to be more assertive, more grounded, and focused. I bought him all of Petersons books for Christmas, and he is learning so, so, much. I would love to thank Mr Peterson for this invaluable teaching.

    • Concrete Mason
      Concrete Mason 5 ай бұрын

      @Andrew Pizzalato haha fruity. Cry about the comments

    • franklin arzu
      franklin arzu 5 ай бұрын


    • Jumping Blue
      Jumping Blue 5 ай бұрын

      Heck i think I'll even make my daughter watch him!!

    • Pupper Gump
      Pupper Gump 5 ай бұрын

      @Andrew Pizzalato ip only tells you the country. vpns can also hide ips. Also, on a worldwide scale, there's many people with the same names, making it almost irrelevant. For example, I chose the random name Wendy Wacko for my facebook name because its nosy data selling people wouldn't let me use my normal username. I can say for certain that it will not moderate comments, but instead make vpns more popular.

    • Davidh vReagle
      Davidh vReagle 6 ай бұрын

      @LeafOffline lo

  • LisaJaenicke
    LisaJaenicke 4 ай бұрын +2

    These discussions are priceless and impactful. Keep on!

  • Raul Arango Hadad
    Raul Arango Hadad Ай бұрын +1

    This man has being and is a true source of inspiration

  • Brian Jones
    Brian Jones 4 ай бұрын +1

    As much as I've suffered horrible bosses and supervisors and always survived. I'm grateful to each and every one who taught me how not to act toward another human being. In hindsight it always seemed that good leadership participation felt fast, quick...where did you go? Whereas horrible incompetent leadership felt like it dragged on forever and I had to survive the situation.

  • Joseph Lewis
    Joseph Lewis Ай бұрын +1

    His message is very powerful it resonates with how I feel about integrity in men and how we should be cause it's positive, noble,and makes you think about the value of knowledge and understanding and how precious it is. ❤️‍🔥🙏🏾🙌🏾

  • Matt Davis
    Matt Davis Ай бұрын

    Sadly as hard as it is realizing the simpleton that exists in my person , this conversation has educated my mind in uncountable amounts , thank you both for being so rational and realistic and just so damn obviously caring and concerned for humanity. , this discussion should be broadcasted mandatoraly until at least every N. American could ₩itness its invaluable content.. Hello ! "This is the Zone "

  • Carianne H.
    Carianne H. 3 жыл бұрын +5217

    Joe's greatest asset his ability to listen without interrupting.

    • Tan Varma
      Tan Varma 7 ай бұрын

      @Dayon Mage A rare ability in this magical age!

    • Cactus Malone
      Cactus Malone 11 ай бұрын

      Interrupting out of excitement for the conversation is one thing, it’s when someone is interrupting you like a police interrogator trying to antagonize you and force you into new arguments when they’re losing their grip over the discussion

    • Yali bieler tzidon
      Yali bieler tzidon  Жыл бұрын


    • miguel
      miguel  Жыл бұрын

      Hold on lets go to the phones

    • Tamara Cardon
      Tamara Cardon  Жыл бұрын

      @Uncle Grandad haha..nz

  • Colleen Crawford
    Colleen Crawford 3 ай бұрын +3

    I’m a female, and I love this man and his wisdom.

  • Jorge Espinoza
    Jorge Espinoza 3 ай бұрын +73

    1:22:01 these 2 minutes really opened my eyes to the bigger picture . The left and the right need each other . Both have powerful and contradictory outcomes if pursued to the fullest extent . Challenging one another for the greater good of society is a must , and i pray that the strive for greatness never stops being pursued .

    • Brian Blackwell
      Brian Blackwell Ай бұрын +3

      The problem is that they're both offering authoritarian responses to social problems. The entire discussion is about which ideas should be forced on everyone through the violent theft and coercion of government, and those means can never yield a peaceful and prosperous end any more than an oak seed can yield a tomato plant.
      The left/right dialectic is a distraction from the quest for true solutions, and is pushed for that purpose by people at the highest levels of power.

    • Andrew Schmidt
      Andrew Schmidt Ай бұрын +1

      We could also equate the feminine mentality to the left and masculine to the right. Our dual nature is crucial to our success. Completely equalizing the platform or ignoring inherent differences erases healthy competition and growth.

    • DenKaiser
      DenKaiser 2 ай бұрын +6

      Just as the old Taoist Yin and Yang symbols need one another. Chaos needs Order. Man needs Woman. The Left needs the Right, and the Right needs the Left. The Left needs the Right, because sometimes things need to stay the same. The Right needs the Left because sometimes things need to change. It’s when chaos unfolds that the Right or Left get out of hand, and things get unbalanced.

  • T K
    T K 5 ай бұрын +14

    Jordan was the guy I watched religiously while i was fixing myself and my life. he is the guide we have always needed

  • A.S.
    A.S. 2 ай бұрын +2

    2:20:18 when he talked about working on your own bad habbits, that you are to ashamed of to admit them. I was so stunned on how he manages, to understand human nature and discribe it so clearly, that it feels like, he is talking to me personally.
    There were many of those moments, but I really felt it there.
    Wonderfull human beeing and so missproclaimed.
    Today I had a situation that I was worried, how it would turn out, but I realley enjoyed it and it made me feel more alive, now that I think about it, while watching this.
    Again great human beeing, and am thankfull for him speaking out, what others are to afraid to think.

  • The Best WMD
    The Best WMD 6 ай бұрын +1

    This is such an awesome podcast. I feel like I’m part of the conversation

  • Cold Fries
    Cold Fries 3 жыл бұрын +7383

    I don’t understand how a guy who represents so much positivity can be hated so much.

    • John Graves
      John Graves 3 ай бұрын

      People are sheep? Just a guess

    • Elaine Fontaine
      Elaine Fontaine 3 ай бұрын

      @Edward M
      I'd rather not be reminded of a bunch of my past..geez..I'm most thankful Jesus paid for that..painful and fearful past..at the foot of the cross..
      Thank You, Father

    • Elaine Fontaine
      Elaine Fontaine 3 ай бұрын

      @Soulmask sometimes..but not most times..most times TRUTH sets free..

    • Elaine Fontaine
      Elaine Fontaine 3 ай бұрын

      So much sadness in that darkness..
      Thank You, Jesus for delivering me from darkness..

    • Elaine Fontaine
      Elaine Fontaine 3 ай бұрын

      @Carl Dean his brilliance is disarming to darkness..and this guy is brilliant..
      Praise God..light wipes out darkness..makes him a target..
      we must keep the light on a hill and pray the protection of psa91 on him and his..

    PREME NYC 6 ай бұрын +2

    I feel asleep to this and woke up to Jordan unlocking a part of my brain that was locked by trauma. Dude fully understands the human mind and how to manipulate it

  • A. C.
    A. C. 4 ай бұрын +3

    The most important guest Joe has ever had on. Jordan is a true gift to this planet.

  • itssmrschavez _24
    itssmrschavez _24 2 ай бұрын

    I'm a woman, and I love listening to Jordan Peterson. I'm so glad your videos found me when they did. Its amazing to hear someone who sparks a thought and gets your brain thinking and seeing things in a different light, not like the nonsense that we see in social media. Thank you Mr. Peterson!

  • CleverGirl
    CleverGirl Ай бұрын +43

    How on earth are people offended by this man🤷🏾‍♀️ Insanity!! He's so genuine, it makes me quake and I'm as genuine as they come ❤️

    • rohith reddy
      rohith reddy 27 күн бұрын

      It’s in your comment.He is genuine.

    • Jesse Breakspear
      Jesse Breakspear Ай бұрын +1

      @Y M that's because people who get sucked into a cult are the same people who swear up and down they could never get sucked into a cult? LOL idk i was super confused too when I heard a lot of ppl are offended by this guy it's like just take the red pill already! LOL

    • CleverGirl
      CleverGirl Ай бұрын

      @Y M
      people hate that 😂 and it's normally people who are always wrong and have problems admitting when they're wrong 🎯

    • Y M
      Y M Ай бұрын +1

      Because he’s right.
      Edit: and ppl don’t like being wrong lol

    • Michael L
      Michael L Ай бұрын +2

      Ooh, oh, I know this one 🤚
      Because they're insane

  • Tony Juliasto
    Tony Juliasto 5 ай бұрын +4

    Dr Peterson’s message is definitely inspirational, Thank you JP.

  • Donelda MacDonnell
    Donelda MacDonnell  Жыл бұрын +1242

    I’m a woman who will be 70 on my birthday. I listen to JP every single day of my life. I have two degrees, one of which is Social Work. These I got as an adult learner. I never had a prof who spoke like he does. I watched young students become indoctrinated and leave university with an attitude. I was fortunate enough to have some common sense at my age. I love this man. I’ve learned a lot about my own life in these lectures. A brilliant man. A genius. I so appreciate every single word he speaks.

    • Johnny Patriota
      Johnny Patriota 11 ай бұрын

      @Joshua 38 no problem bro

    • Joshua 38
      Joshua 38 11 ай бұрын

      @Johnny Patriota actually I think I initially misread your comment. I apologize

    • Pitcon
      Pitcon 11 ай бұрын

      omg, never seen anyone who ages on their birthday

  • Maxine Corrington
    Maxine Corrington 2 ай бұрын +2

    What a good father figure. Wise, caring and responsible.

  • Embel20
    Embel20 Ай бұрын

    I love listening and learning to Mr. Jordan Peterson and as a woman, he's changed my mind about marriage and kids and when I felt unsure about it, after listening to him I don't feel insecure about it anymore. He made me feel safe about having those feelings and making that type of decision. I'm not allergic to problems. I feel encouraged about it. Thank you Mr. Peterson.

  • Dylan Marionneaux
    Dylan Marionneaux 4 ай бұрын

    i think the biggest thing to take away from this one is the message he had on stress on the body and putting yourself in situations to maximize your capapbility which would then further build you and unlock new parts of you that you never new you had.

  • Vanessa Absalom
    Vanessa Absalom 4 ай бұрын +2

    I'm a woman, who watches Joe and Jordan, amongst others - my son too. Common sense has a universal appeal. Anyone, that is open and willing to just look, listen, and learn new ways to experience new ways of being should be encouraged and inspired to do so. I don't necessarily always agree with what is being said, At times, my feathers do get a trifle ruffled, and thats ok - as long as I can keep an open mind, and just listen without feeling the need to judge. Use what works, and lose what doesn't for the time being. Everything comes around. I'm cool with that.

  • KazmirMercedes
    KazmirMercedes 5 ай бұрын +7

    Listening to this gives me great comfort in knowing there are still a few people here trying to make the world a better place💜

  • DarkDrai
    DarkDrai 4 жыл бұрын +414

    One thing I really like about Jordan Peterson is that he always seems like he's still trying to work everything out and learn more, and he's not afraid to admit when he might be wrong. It's like we're watching him go through this journey of trying to understand the world, and he's telling us what he's figured out, and what it's like to be on such a journey, and the lessons he's learned from others--both friend and foe--that he's encountered along the way.

    • Korey G
      Korey G 3 жыл бұрын +3

      That's because he's a gentleman, scholar but most importantly a philosopher.

    • Grandmaster Kush
      Grandmaster Kush 3 жыл бұрын +3

      @DarkDrai People no want to learn not good do not open ear to thems plox xoxo

    • DarkDrai
      DarkDrai 3 жыл бұрын

      @Grandmaster Kush Your use of a double negative implies you're talking about people who DO want to learn. Be precise in your speech moar.

  • William K
    William K 3 ай бұрын +2

    Man , Jordan Peterson explaining the game of Soccer is something I never thought that I’d need to hear , but by god it was brilliant

  • Trev March
    Trev March 5 ай бұрын +1

    Hey Joe, please have more of this man on your cast.

  • AztlanOz
    AztlanOz 6 ай бұрын +1

    The Learned Teacher & mentor we always wished we had 🙏

  • MyLifeAsMar
    MyLifeAsMar 5 ай бұрын +1

    Two people that I love listening to, having a fantastic conversation... I just wish I could get in on this dialogue! What a great video, thank you for making it happen. I played this in 2x speed so I could 'down load' the conversation in my brain faster, haha. OH and people believe that women don't like Jordan Peterson... haven't met me!

  • cdj9966
    cdj9966 Ай бұрын +1

    Jordan's intelligence is endless and self evolving. Listening to him is really exhaustive that you need to rejuvenate after an hour at least. That drive is gonna take its toll on him if he's not careful

  • mkirwin23
    mkirwin23 2 жыл бұрын +601

    As a woman and a licensed psychotherapist I have followed Jordan for awhile. I appreciate his wealth of knowledge as a behavioral psychologist, philosopher, and an intellectual who is reaching people who have felt silenced for a long time. I admire his courage to face his critics.

    • Christian Torres-Rossi
      Christian Torres-Rossi  Жыл бұрын

      The polarization and further politicization of his message at his core is just ridiculously outrageous. At his core his message is good for everyone gay strait white black and everything under the sun.

    • James Bierman
      James Bierman  Жыл бұрын


    • KevinTheDane
      KevinTheDane  Жыл бұрын +10

      @Built Like A Bag Of Milk Well, that depends. If I have 10 opinions from guys, and 0 from women, then I might value a new female opinion higher, because I then get a more diverse sample. So it can be relevant to some, but that will always be subjective. I was just yanking your chain, because you said 'no one cares' (speaking on behalf of everyone) - and actually some do. 😊 I know that it's just something people say, so I was mostly poking at you for fun, for being negative for no reason. Have a good evening.

    • Built Like A Bag Of Milk
      Built Like A Bag Of Milk  Жыл бұрын

      @KevinTheDane because male or female doesn't mean one is more valuable than the other, I might be wrong but from my experiences gender doesn't devalue anyone's voice, I can disagree with a comment or opinion but that's not to say its less important than mine.

    • KevinTheDane
      KevinTheDane  Жыл бұрын +5

      @Built Like A Bag Of Milk - That's not entirely true. At least one person cares, that Dr. Petersons message resonates with female psychologists as well. That person is me 😊 It might be true that most people don't care - but why should that devalue the comment?

  • Kyle C
    Kyle C 11 күн бұрын +2

    Jordan Peterson i thank you good sir. youre much needed in this world. your work, your words, your insight. your honesty and realness. Canada misses you. youre a great man and i appreciate you more than i know how to express in words alone. Bless you man. And joe rogan for this and some his great content as well and open minded discussions.

  • X-Ray Education
    X-Ray Education 2 ай бұрын +1

    I nearly always learn something from these two.

  • Javi Antuna
    Javi Antuna 4 ай бұрын +2

    I enjoy listening to this guy talk, so much. He's so articulate and makes his point across in the most elegant way.