The Psychology of Self-Realization


In the current age, we have countless options
to flee from our psychological problems. Substances, sex, food, gambling, you name
it. And if these don’t do it, we can get the
doctor to prescribe medication for us. The problem is that these are just temporary
fixes, that mute the symptoms to a certain degree, that, more often than not, return
in full force. Luckily, there are ways to fix ourselves,
or more specifically, fix ‘the self’, so we can be liberated from the chains of
neurosis, and reach our full potential. In this video, I’d like to talk psychological
ideas and methods to gain self-knowledge and turn that into self-realization. Karen Horney was a Neo-Freudian psychoanalyst,
who saw ‘neurosis’ as the main obstacle in the process of self-realization. In order to live up to our full potential,
we must overcome our neurosis and, therefore, face our existing mental conflicts that block
us from genuine personal development. The word ‘neurosis’, however, is rarely
used in modern psychology. Nonetheless, we can speak of symptoms that
are involved with neurosis, like anxiety, depression, irritability, obsessive-compulsive
disorders, or different phobias. Neurosis can be summarized as a structurally
ineffective way to handle life’s problems. Horney saw it as a distorted way of looking
at the world and oneself, which leads to a set of compulsive needs that prevent the person
from experiencing the world in a genuine way. According to Horney, a healthy person strives
for self-realization: a transformation that requires a realistic view of one’s own potential
and matching goals to reach that potential. Swiss psychiatrist Carl Jung also held self-realization
in high regard, believing that this process, also called individuation, is the main goal
in life. A neurotic person, however, is so preoccupied
with compulsive, ineffective coping mechanisms, that there’s no room left for true self-realization. So, before we move on to the methods to turn
neurosis into self-realization, let’s take a look at the following question: how does
one become neurotic? Horney observed that neuroticism stems from
childhood experiences. At the basis of the formation of our personalities
lie social as well as cultural conditions. For example: as children, we need a certain
amount of affection, security, love, et cetera, to develop into “healthy” individuals
that don’t exhibit an extreme reliance on coping mechanisms. When these needs aren’t met in childhood,
this can lead to what Horney called ‘basic hostility’ and ‘basic anxiety’. These conditions will dominate the ways in
which the affected individuals deal with their daily lives. Let’s talk about these negative coping mechanisms
and the so-called ‘neurotic needs’. In our lifetime we develop several coping
mechanisms when it comes to dealing with people. These mechanisms can be subdivided into three
categories according to Horney, also known as the three neurotic trends: (1) Moving towards people
(2) Moving against people (3) Moving away from people These mechanisms are normal; everyone uses
them to some degree. Problems arise when someone overuses these
coping strategies, which indicates that that person is neurotic. Repeating the same unproductive coping strategies
over and over again leads to a vicious cycle. In the book Self-Analysis (1942), Horney identified
a series of so-called neurotic needs, that all belong in one of the three categories
of coping mechanisms. One of these neurotic needs is ‘the need
for affection and approval’, which belongs in the category ‘moving towards people’. There’s nothing wrong with needing affection
and approval to some degree, but the neurotic craves it in a self-destructive way. Individuals with this need are extremely sensitive
to criticism and rejection, and make ‘people-pleasing’ and ‘being liked’ the center of their
world. Of course, this leaves them open to exploitation
and abuse. The root of this need is anxiety; the fear
of being excluded or being alone. ‘The neurotic need for power’ belongs
in the category ‘moving against people’. Power seekers are moving against others in
order to gain control. They often need to complete, exploit, and
defeat, in order to change the environment to their favor. They very much fear things like helplessness,
incompetence, worthlessness, violation, and this fear enforces their need for control,
self-protection, and achievement. Moving away from people can manifest in an
extreme need for self-preservation and an unrealistic desire for independence. A neurotic need that belongs to this category
is the need for self-sufficiency and independence. Individuals with this need tend to distance
themselves from other people, as a way to decrease the chances of being hurt. These are the typical “loner” types. Now, there’s nothing wrong with solitude,
and spending time alone can be a great vessel towards personal growth. However, excessive isolation may be a sign
of neuroticism. According to Horney, the reason why neurotic
people are stuck when it comes to self-realization is that they have a mental block caused by
a need for perfection. For the neurotic, self-realization means the
actualization of their ‘ideal’ self. This perfection manifests in the three neurotic
trends. The perfectionist that moves towards people,
will behave as overly compliant and as a people pleaser, in return for being liked. The problem with this behavior is that we
cannot control the world around us, as the Stoics would emphasize, including what people
think, so it’s impossible to be liked by everyone. The perfectionist that moves against people,
searches for glory, even if this is at the expense of other people. They want to be at the top, to be admired,
and to be the best all the time. But glory is just temporary. Even if we reach the top, it’s just a matter
of time before we get replaced. Also, admiration by other people is beyond
our control. Moreover, if we let our self-worth depend
on external validation, we are in a very unstable position. The perfectionist that moves away from
people, wants to be wise and self-sufficient, in ways that are almost superhuman. This is an impossible goal to reach because,
in many ways, we are dependent on and intertwined with the world around us. No man is an island. In many situations, we need support from others
or need to work together to move forward. Neurotics experience a big gap between their
real self and their ideal self, which is almost impossible to bridge. Therefore, these individuals set unrealistic
goals, followed by consistent failure. They are stuck in a vicious cycle, which can
very well go together with a victim mentality, and a lack of responsibility for one’s own
predicament. In order to escape the vicious cycle, truthfulness
about one’s potential is essential. I quote: “Man, by his very nature and of his own
accord, strives toward self-realization, and that his set of values evolves from such striving. Apparently, he cannot, for example, develop
his full human potentialities unless he is truthful to himself; unless he is active and
productive; unless he relates himself to others in the spirit of mutuality. Apparently he cannot grow if he indulges in
a “dark idolatry of self” and consistently attributes all his own shortcomings to the
deficiencies of others. He can grow, in the true sense, only if he
assumes responsibility for himself.” End quote. Now, I’d like to propose a few practical
steps towards self-realization, based on the previous part of the video. (1) Discovering who you are The logical first step of self-realization
is the determination of the real, current self, in all honesty, and detail. People with neurosis are often in denial,
and their false pride and cognitive dissonance block their view of who they truly are. It’s impossible to self-realize without
self-acceptance, and it’s impossible to accept oneself if one refuses to see who he
or she truly is. As Horney states and I quote: “If a person has had sufficient courage
to discover an unpleasant truth about himself, one may safely trust his courage to be strong
enough to carry him through.” End quote. Luckily there are many ways to gain self-knowledge,
and we could work together with a therapist, or engage in self-therapy to achieve this. A Carl Jung based personality test named the
‘Big Five’ can give us insight in traits like neuroticism and introversion. A Jungian method named shadow work is aimed
at discovering unwanted characteristics that linger in the unconscious. There’s also meditation, and journaling, that
can help us to become more aware of our bodily sensations and thought processes. Another method used in modern psychology is
the Enneagram of Personality, which is a ninefold system of different personalities along with
their weaknesses, basic emotions, ego fixations, et cetera. Even though none of these methods are perfect,
they can be great guides for gaining self-knowledge and determining our personalities. In the process of self-discovery, the neurotics
may come to the conclusion that their idea of self strongly deviates from reality, and
that the pursuit of the idealized self does more harm than good. Only if we are truthful and accepting of our
behavior, including the things that block our growth, we can proceed with the next step. I quote: “Briefly, he must overcome all those needs,
drives, or attitudes which obstruct his growth: only when he begins to relinquish his illusions
about himself and his illusionary goals has he a chance to find his real potentialities
and to develop them. Only to the extent to which he gives up his
false pride can he become less hostile to himself and evolve a solid self-confidence. Only as his shoulds lose their coercive power
can he discover his real feelings, wishes, beliefs, and ideals. Only when he faces his existing conflicts
has he the chance for a real integration – and so forth.” End quote. The second step is… (2) Creating the right circumstances When we have gained sufficient knowledge about
our personalities, we can start to determine the right circumstances for personal growth. According to the ancient Stoics, the end goal
Eudaimonia – which means flourishing – is only achieved when we live in accordance with
nature. With nature, they mean our own nature and
the nature of the universe. By gaining self-knowledge we learn about our
individual nature, how this relates to the world, and what the ideal circumstances are
in order for us to flourish. For example: an introverted and observer-type
of personality can flourish in solitude, and an extrovert can flourish in more social settings. Another example are people that are high in
openness and high in neuroticism, that will optimally realize their creativity when they
increase their conscientiousness. In practice, this means an emphasis on order
and structure. Lastly, it is important to (3) aim for the right
things. From a Taoist point of view, we may want to
choose to swim along with the river stream, in other words, take the path of least resistance
that fits our nature best. This does not mean taking a path of mediocrity;
it means that we excel in the traits we already possess. It is more convenient to emphasize our strengths
than consequently trying to repair ourselves and to fundamentally change who we are. However, oftentimes it is recommended to develop traits that we are not naturally inclined towards. People that are neurotically inclined to hide
from others, may want to develop social skills. People that are inclined to exploit, and dominate
others for their own gain, may want to develop compassion and humility. There is no one way that suits everyone. Part of self-realization is forging our own
unique path, and not walking existing ones. I quote Horney: “To find a mountain path all by oneself
gives a greater feeling of strength than to take a path that is shown.” End quote. Self-realization often means facing our fears,
changing our habits, breaking patterns, and making mistakes along the way. We can choose a path of mediocrity and security,
and proceed walking the same path over and over again, knowing that it won’t lead us
anywhere. This is the safe route, yes, but it will also
lead to self-hatred in the end. Rightfully so, Carl Jung called this the road
of death. I quote: “There is no guarantee – not for a single
moment – that we will not fall into error or stumble into deadly peril. We may think there is a sure road. But that would be the road of death. Then nothing happens any longer – at any rate,
not the right things. Anyone who takes the sure road is as good
as dead.” Thank you for watching.

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100 thoughts on “The Psychology of Self-Realization”

  1. Lonewolf Juan Nieves says:

    Thanks for the video.

  2. Motad Aymane says:

    I like when people still use the terminology "neurosis", great video mate.

  3. michael onello says:

    Super interesting…!
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  4. A L says:

    Good to see you're back man, hope you're doing well

  5. Sam The Slouch says:

    Jordan Peterson uses the term "neuroticism" in his personality test. I got a super low score in that area 😎
    In any regular big 5 test, I think they use the phrase "natural reactions."

    2nd percentile lol

  6. A C says:

    The Psychology of Mental Masturbation.

  7. PilgrimsGold says:

    I am a perfectionist who moves both towards and away from people as well… People pleaser and keeping distance…
    Let's be honest. And courageous.
    Thank you and welcome back Einzelgänger!

  8. SCL75 says:

    Welcome back Einzelgänger

    I was having withdrawals

  9. DingbatToast says:

    Thank you. This helped

  10. sBinalla says:

    I to be honest smoke werd sometimes because a temporary fix is enough for me.

  11. Doppelgänger says:

    Welcome back. Although Karen Horney made significant contributions to psychology, some of her ideas are antiquated & at the very least do not consider physical reasons for anxiety & depression. For example – people with lung diseases who cannot take in enough air are going to be anxious & eventually depressed. People who are severely anemic also do not get enough oxygen to their body & will become anxious & depressed. Chronic pain from disease often leads to anxiety & depression. ALL of these people can be FULLY REALIZED yet have “neurotic” presentations. ADD TO THIS: THE CURRENT STATE OF THE WORLD! We have horrific weather decimating countries, pollution killing our oceans & governments playing Russian Roulette with each other. I suggest that anyone who isn’t anxious is living the life of an ostrich.

  12. Matias Serna says:

    Just wanted to say thank you for your video. Your work is always amazing. Hope you’re doing alright.

  13. D Schulz says:

    Good video… Introduce God into this equation, then you have a winner-plan for life.

  14. A says:

    Thank you for your exceptional videos😊

  15. jane byrd says:

    Man is god asleep
    God is man awake!

  16. Let's Devise says:

    The world is extremely complicated, we don’t have a solution for everything. Self- realization won’t give you absolute happiness. We can try anything and even like that sometimes you’ll feel sadness or not as you would want. It’s like we should accept the world in some sense “ at all”. Anyway, everything are just theories, enjoy learning and don’t be obsessed with thinking, could be really harmful don’t stop the thoughts sometimes.

  17. Islam Akef Ebeid says:

    Thank you so much 🙏 for the cintent. Could you please make a video on both types of mechanisms either moving away from people or towards people.

  18. Don Schilling says:

    Welcome back, hope you're doing well. Needed this today. Thank you.

  19. Mark Savoia says:

    Welcome back big guy

  20. Megan Watkins says:

    Welcome back

  21. Ashutosh Kumar says:

    Welcome back😍😍

  22. DbzFlipz says:

    I discovered your channel around 6 months ago and was quickly risen to my favorite channel. I love all the different ways of thinking you bring to my knowledge I always end each video with lots of notes I have taken along the way.

  23. Davlavi says:

    Thanks for examples tools to work on the self will look them up and use them

  24. TIMMY Wick says:

    Welcome back brother. Thanks for the new video!

  25. Fernanda Arias says:

    You came back when I need it the most. Hope everything is going well. Thank you! ❤️

  26. Zeno's Grasshopper says:

    So much to unpack in this video. This einzelgängerin thanks you for the quality content.

  27. Ankit Swarnkar says:


  28. Kawakeb Astra says:

    Angel E .. Ur back . . U recover fast .. wonderful visually powerful info filled production .. Appreciate U .. our culture is beyond neurotic .. it’s .. Neurosis #2 moving towards people w narcissistic sociopathic manipulation of them..

  29. Mathieu Plumlee says:


  30. Jaydeep Vipradas says:

    Instead of success, think ground level : are physical, mental, social and financial conditions are OK to LIVE? If Yes, do everything honestly, including job, to gain stature and step by step success. Make quality choices and take care of self, not pampering self. Don't do injustice and don't accept injustice. This adds more to stature. Eventually, find your skills and linking and peruse it.
    Tackle negativity by detachment and ask above first question. Retaliate in proper ways. Conditions are OK to Live when you are in a condition to fight and have self-esteem, which comes from honesty.
    Self realisation is just that you are true man or true woman.

  31. John Rodgers says:

    Great video

  32. Shine On says:

    very much insightful..
    loved it

  33. xHaniffax says:

    This vid has come at such a perfect time it's almost scary. The universe, I guess.

  34. Matthew Turner says:

    Powerful, thank you

  35. TimothyLloyd Ecarma says:

    Good day!
    First and foremost I have to say that your videos are great Einzelganger! Many self-improvement videos structure themselves to the concept that productivity = success. Which isn’t technically wrong because, as you said, we each have our own mountains to climb (or something like that). Your channel focuses on self-discovery and acceptance really making you unique in this world that works to create an average person!

    I’d just want to input my take, which is that self-discovery is not just finding who you are BUT also finding who you are within the society you live in. And that means at time we must take paths already forged by others. The trick is that it must align with traits we already have in ourselves.

    Take Christianity for example, it’s a religion I’d recommend to people who are inspired by social change and who desire to be such. The path was laid down by Jesus Christ who was a man bent on helping the poor and changing the laws that discriminate against them. Accepting this religion gives spirituality, community, and laws that one can follow constantly.

    I was raised as a Christian so forgive me if this sounds like an advertisement for that religion. However my point is that self-discovery is finding a path that agrees with our own values, not merely forging it like a Ubermesch. After finding something that is akin, then you add bits and pieces to enhance that path, such as being a Christian who advocates against sexual harassment, etc.

    That’s my take. Thank you for reading this far if you have and good luck in your own adventures!

  36. Darnyi Agnes says:

    Good to see you back! I've missed you happy hermit. Hope you're ok. All my best wishes to you! 🌤

  37. Gat Sharon says:

    I'm like all three of them

  38. Johannes Weber says:

    Just one thing….
    really, really well done!!!

  39. Samuel Zhu says:

    Welcome back!

  40. Nascent Naomie says:


  41. Fraidoon Warasta says:

    significantly great lecture. thanks!

  42. Sabah Alchami says:

    Welcome back einzelganger. We really missed your videos

  43. Jeric Encarnacion says:

    welcome back man

  44. Akanksha Gtm says:

    Good to have you back einzelganger . Lot's of love.

  45. stoic x says:

    I think that neurotics who move away from people are motivated more by things like hostility, fear, paranoid suspicion, disdain and lack of trust than they are by any desire for positive things like wisdom or self-sufficiency.

    If you are a loner motivated by wisdom and self-sufficiency then you are probably a healthy Sigma.

  46. لمى الشريف says:

    Missed these heavy juicy informative videos!
    Enjoyed it
    Thank you very much

  47. Dusty Clouds says:

    Welcome back!

  48. Allen Quartermane says:

    Hope the best for you, your videos have been helping me through a very difficult time in the last years of my life.

  49. Red Dragon says:


  50. Nirav Savla says:

    I have seen ur many videos, and there are handful references to journaling. But truly its boring I couldn't continue for more than three days

  51. Joshua adeyemo says:

    Happy to see you're back

  52. Coll Waterman says:

    hoi Einzelganger, je zou moeten investeren in beter lenzen, en een paar online lessen moeten volgen in compositie en color grading. je kan ondanks deze dingen nog steeds die zelfgemaakte sfeer houden, maar het zou een bepaalde diepte geven aan je video's die het nog wel zou kunnen gebruiken.
    veel van de filosofische dingen waar je het over hebt, zijn verbonden met richtingen in de kunst, en diep symbolisme.
    is geen kritiek, maar missed oppertunity ofzo. zou leuk zijn.

  53. IizUname says:

    Hey if you're recommending Jungian psychology (a philosophy) and referring to self-help books as a means of achieving self-realization, might you be doing more harm than good? And the enneagram? Really? Please reccomend and talk about methods that are actually EMPIRICALLY VALIDATED, such as CBT. Stoicism is basically like CBT cloaked in philosophy.

  54. NüdelTrikzz says:

    Love your videos man!

  55. Marc Goodman says:

    Who am I?… What the hell does that mean?

  56. Martin Lutaaya says:

    welcome back

  57. Locutus Borg says:

    Self realization is a tricky one.

    People go about it in the interests of improving themselves, but it is in that instant the point is already missed and all of their efforts lead to confusion.
    For starters, there is no self to be realized. Only the Self.

    Any self you can think of; like a better or more authentic you, is based upon the fallacious notions of who you already think you are, and are therefore of no use.
    What do you even mean by "better?" If you knew, there would be nothing to search for. What you have t find is who you are right now.
    A self -actualized or realized person has not simply given up on this pursuit either. What he has done is gone on a pursuit without the slightest need to find anything.
    The difficulty and paradox of this should already be apparent.

    Being self realized does not make you better than anyone else. If you do self realize, you nessessarily understand that this is absurd. Therefore, self-realized people never make a fuss about being self-realized. They are for more interested in getting other people to become realized as well.
    Exactly why they want this is not clear. But the feeling is very strong.

    After all, realization is something that Self works very hard at getting rid of. What could it want it back for?

    It will not solve your psychological problems.
    It will not make you happy.
    It will make you foolish, not wise.
    It will not improve you in any way.

    The only reason to discover who you are is that you need to know.
    For it's own sake.
    The same way as when you listen to music without dreaming up some pretext of self improvement to compel yourself to keep listening. You just listen.

    Only then will you abandon all pretenses to knowledge.

  58. John Dee says:

    Thats me, wait no it’s not, wait yes never mind…

  59. Samuel Martin says:

    I have been doing Internal Family Systems therapy with my therapist and on my own. That was my path to finding Self. 😊

  60. GARY NELSON says:

    Glade you're back 🙂

  61. Veronica Ram says:

    Would agreed most of us feel empty, and looking for that thing that makes us feel good, but all we have to do is look within.

  62. Unfettered One says:

    The global existential crisis is rooted in our removal from nature. For 99.9% of the time humans have lived on this planet, we lived in relative harmony with the planet and we existed in small communities where every person had purpose. Now, we are little more than slaves that live in dystopian societies, chasing illusory happiness that will never fulfill the deep emptiness and longing in our souls.

  63. Henrique Cavalieri says:

    Thank you so much for this, Einzelgänger! Hope you're getting better and, if it helps, this script really resonated with me and is one more step in the path towards a non-neurotic self 🙂

    Endless career options which weren't available to me before have put me on a vicious cycle of fantasizing about everything that I (supposedly) should to achieve, worsening my neurosis by a ton. Anxiety has been really hard to cope with and I often blame "the system" or "capitalism" for forcing me to choose a money-making path, often treating this as an excuse to feel bad and victimized.

    It's as if your script were describing a good portion of young folks I know (me included), congratulations for the effort and clarity! Honestly, thank you so much for this channel, my gratitude doesn't fit well in words 💜

  64. Southern Bawse Lady says:

    Thank you for your intellectual prowess! 🙏💙💚💜

  65. Justin Evans says:

    I’ve realized that I’m happy that I do not fit into this world,

  66. NYG4 says:

    I am glad you are back.
    I hope that all things went as well as they could and thank you for content you make ^^
    IT really helps me a lot

  67. thank you Kanye very cool says:

    I love this channel soo much ❤️

  68. Samuel J. says:

    The youtube algorithm is on my side with this one. I'm so glad I found your channel!

  69. Fabrice Pierre-Toussaint says:

    reminds me of carolyn burnham

  70. Lucas Bergman says:

    Bijzonder om bevestigd te zien wat ik na intensieve reflectie zelf op merk.

    Dank je voor je heldere video weer, hopelijk gaat het je goed, het verlies van naasten blijft zwaar ongeacht de ratio die we hier zo waarderen. Sterkte 🙂

  71. Kaddy Feast says:

    Another exceptional one! Been doing a lot of this research and recovery but from disjointed directions. THIS really pulled it together. And you introduced me to Horney. THANKS!

  72. Dr. Larry Mitchell says:

    I view people unable or unwilling to look inside themselves with a critical eye as a little less than human.

  73. FlameofOath says:

    Thought u were gonna take a break 😛 Though, I am happy that you uploaded, this stuff is good as always 🙂

  74. Art M. says:

    This video is WAY too long! And with too much fluff!

  75. Samrand gamer says:

    Tnx a great video
    The 3 idealist types remind of 3 main character in neon genesis evangelion and how they treat their traumas and lonleyness

  76. massimo Bargagna says:

    Wow that what's going on illusions of the self presevation my own metrix

  77. Elena Avignone says:

    Good to see you back! Appreciate your work.

  78. Que Sera Sarah says:

    I have all of these 😢

    I need a hug

  79. Houda Nova says:

    Welcome back my dear 💙

  80. Jackson Rudolph says:

    Good to have you back my friend. My condolences to you and your family. I hope everything is becoming smoother, as well as you and your loved ones finding peace in the loss that you all experienced. Good on you for recognizing your need for a break. I can't wait to see what else you put out, as your content is helping me build myself into the man I want to become. Thank you Einzelganger 💪


    When I hear "No Man is an Island". I get really pissed off, cause it's the truth. If only necromancy was real.

  82. Yan Matheus says:


  83. GrabaPL says:

    9:30 It's not Karl Jung who came up with the concept of Big Five personality traits but Costa and McCrae by making number of empirical studies in that regard.

  84. dingle dangle says:

    The self is now chemically drawn to drugs because it's gives me the chemistry my brain wants without developing and keeping the mindset, it gives almost instant relaxed awareness, increased Grehlan gland productuon, euphoria and anxiety busting depression.
    I don't want to rely on marijuana. I want to rely on myself so I can become more than just a man.
    Two good th

  85. Pamela Barone says:

    No addiction no medications is the way to go. Feel your feelings, process them and move forward. Great video.

  86. P W says:

    I needed this many years ago. Thank you.
    This is superb and useful beyond any video I’ve seen. It is also strangely poignant helping me see clearly something I didnt realize was happening. Again, thank you

  87. Charlene Liburd says:

    So happy you back. Hope all is well x

  88. Chuck Bricks says:


  89. Christos Halas says:

    Welcome back Einzelgänger! I really appreciate your videos and I hope you keep up the good work. I would just like to share , based on your high value and meaningful video contents, it might be better if there are a bit shorter, in order to have the time to apprehend all those meanings, until the next video.

    Please keep going!!🙂

  90. Aron Lichte I Film says:

    What a masterpiece of a video! Thanks for your detailed research. This is extremely practical

  91. Rayzek says:

    @einzelgänger is it possible for a person to switch between this 3 neurosis? i mean, is this behaviour feeded on a 'basis' of childhood traumas that a person switch her behaviour through addicionally caused pain and traumas from life?

  92. Fiel Panganiban says:

    i'm glad you're back 🙂 remember to drink water okieeee

  93. Gen says:

    Thank you very much, this is great video, valuable watching ..your channel is as a discover on YouTube, wish you all the best ♥..

  94. Divine Step says:

    Hey sir would you make a video recommending books? For the first time of my life I wish to read a book talking about life and the stuff you discuss on your channel. That wish came because of you my friend, thanks for sharing your wisdom.

  95. Anthony Treasor says:

    Really great posting/video

  96. Water Ski Lake Austin says:


  97. streemerz1 says:

    I love your work and I hope you're doing fine, you've given to me something of incredible valuable: philosophy when i needed it the most, thank you man, i wish you the best!!

  98. Julian says:

    I feel attacked lol

  99. Livon Diramerian says:


  100. FreeStyle says:

    That was quite a short break

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