How you can Live a Existence Worth Living

 

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10 Ways to Make Your Life Worth Living 1. Do what you love and love what you do.. You only live once, so might as well live it by doing something that you 2. Always strive for happiness.. Happiness is subjective. If dressing in all black makes you happy, do.

Live a Life Worth Living. These are the four values that Grampy instilled in my father, which have been passed down to me: Go to work every day. Work hard. If you have a chance to work two jobs, do both. The day may come when you don’t have a job to go to.

Save your money. Finding Fulfilling Work 1. Don’t simply chase money. Money makes the world go around, there’s no denying it, but studies show that making more 2. Pursue your dreams or passions.

While it is important that you find and retain gainful employment in order. I left wanting to truly LIVE a life worth living! Image: Canva.com. While I don’t have everything figured out yet, I know that I want to live a life outside of the box that I’ve been living in most of my life; Outside of the 9-5, the same daily routines, seeing the same places, filled with worry and fear of the unknown, seeking security in. Throughout her extraordinary scientific career, Marsha Linehan remained a woman of deep spirituality.

Her powerful and moving story is one of faith and perseverance. Linehan shows, in Building a Life Worth Living, how the principles of DBT really work—and how, using her life skills and techniques, people can build lives worth living. A Life Worth Living is dedicated to promoting survival skills, personal growth, and a healthy world view for anyone suffering from depression, apathy, fear, anxiety & worry, self-doubt, addiction, control issues, grief, anger, or any of the many other mental, emotional, and spiritual conditions and disorders that can befall human beings.

E veryone’s got advice on how to live a better life or how to live a life worth living. There’s a spin here, there, and everywhere on this age-old question. Come on now.. Who doesn’t want to live a better life?

I think the answer is NO ONE. As a prisoner for the Lord, then, I urge you to live a life worthy of the calling you have received. Be completely humble and gentle; be patient, bearing with one another in love. Make every effort to keep the unity of the Spirit through the bond of peace. Make a Success List.

Before you get down on yourself about how your life isn’t where you want it to be, make a list of how far you’ve come. Include everything, no matter how small. Maybe you had perfect attendance in high school, or maybe you’re proud of yourself for managing to get out of bed.

With a hot housing market and great cost of living, it’s no wonder families are moving to Fort Worth over other popular urban destinations. Out of 125 metro areas, Dallas-Fort Worth ranks 21st on the list of U.S. News Best Places to Live.

Whether you’re looking for high-rise condos and lofts or southern suburbia landscapes, you’ll easily be able to find the perfect home for you and your.

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But if you want to change your life, if you want to do the things you’ve always wanted to do, buy the things you’ve always wanted to buy, and go to the places you’ve always wanted to go to, then you’re going to have to find that motivation to change your money habits.

“Love Your Life Not Theirs: 7 Money Habits for Living the Life You Want” by Rachel Cruze, Dave Ramsey, Ramsey Press
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by Rachel Cruze, Dave Ramsey, Ramsey Press
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“Part III: Life Insights” holds many keys to mastering and living a meaningful, inspiring life.

“Inspired Destiny: Living a Fulfilling and Purposeful Life” by Dr. John F. Demartini
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by Dr. John F. Demartini
Hay House, 2010

Great advice about how to improve your life comes at you from all directions: find a meaningful job, do this great workout, connect with friends and family, get out in nature, take up a hobby, join a club, contribute to a charity, learn new skills, get involved in your community and so on.

“The Happiness Trap: Stop Struggling, Start Living” by Russ Harris
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by Russ Harris
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For example, you could want to move house, learn to dance, write a book, get married, visit the pyramids, buy some new shoes, or change your job.

“I Can Make You Sleep” by Paul McKenna, Ph.D.
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by Paul McKenna, Ph.D.
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That’s no way to live, but unfortunately, that’s exactly the kind of existence most of us settle for every single day.

“The All-Day Energy Diet: Double Your Energy in 7 Days” by Yuri Elkaim
from The All-Day Energy Diet: Double Your Energy in 7 Days
by Yuri Elkaim
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Explore life with enthusiastic wonder and learn to feel good about learning something new.

“Path of Empowerment: New Pleiadian Wisdom for a World in Chaos” by Barbara Marciniak
from Path of Empowerment: New Pleiadian Wisdom for a World in Chaos
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New World Library, 2010

Find fulfillment and worth in hobbies, sports (doing, not watching), your spouse, children, and community organizations.

“The Top Ten Mistakes Leaders Make” by Hans Finzel
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Find something you love to do, then live a life that shows it.

“Chicken Soup for the Soul: Stories to Open the Heart and Rekindle the Spirit” by Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen
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by Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen
Chicken Soup for the Soul, 2012

Ask a hundred people what their goals are, and these are the three answers you’ll get most frequently: to be happy, to be rich, to be famous.

“Life's Greatest Lessons: 20 Things That Matter” by Hal Urban
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The best way to live, then, was this: have a very simple lifestyle, be kind to those around you, and surround yourself with friends.

“A Little History of Philosophy” by Nigel Warburton
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  • He’s not talking about clinical depression or anhedonia, and clearly doesn’t understand it. You can’t understand what you’ve never experienced; like how you can’t convey the feeling of romantic love to someone who’s never experienced it (e.g. a child).

  • Jesus Christ is Lord and is our way to the Father he died for our sins saving us from Hell and rose to life on the 3rd day Jesus paid it all on the cross he’s our only hope anyone who’s an athiest and unbeliever God loves you so much he sent his son to die for you as well Hell is very real please humble yourself, repent,and accept the gift of salvation through our Lord Jesus Christ also no other god or religion saves but Yeshua the Messiah (Jesus Christ) alone he said it himself he’s the way, truth, and life no man comes unto the Father except by him please take my message seriously because we are in the end times and Jesus is coming soon seek him while he may be found God bless

  • Jordan Peterson has no right to talk when all he did was abuse antidepressants and barbiturates his whole life while giving people life advice.

  • It’s so ironic how the only video on this channel is this and had been uploaded 6 years ago. I wonder where they are now. They gave up on YouTube which completely contradicts the video.

  • “For our light and momentary troubles are achieving for us an eternal glory that far outweighs them all.
    So we fix our eyes not on what is seen, but on what is unseen, since what is seen is temporary,
    but what is unseen is eternal.” 2 Corinthians 4:17-18 because we know that the one who raised the Lord Jesus from the dead will also raise us with Jesus and present us with you to himself.”

  • Jordan has some great ideas, but he is just wrong on the God thing.. usually ruins his whole argument trying to force religion into it.

  • I’ve been listening to Jordan Peterson since about November. Honestly, I think listening to his lectures and speeches has brought awareness to me on how to better my life. Not in details of course, but I feel as if I’ve taken control of my life again. I can set goals and actually achieve them instead of just having them unobtainable.
    Prayers for a healthy and quick recovery.

  • good video man drawings/editing all great…keep it up….wish it could have convinced me….my personal opinion stands. life is not worth living.

  • I can’t help but think how important it is now more than ever that people choose to tell the truth or at least don’t lie unfortunately with coronavirus and the news and a lot of scientific mumbo-jumbo people are unclear on what the truth is however there are those who know. If you are one of these individuals you have a responsibility to educate yourself on the truth “and at least don’t lie. most of the science is bogus and viruses are not deadly or even living things. The only necessity for tyranny oppression and deception to succeed it’s for the vast majority of people to be apathetic to the truth!

  • This is great. Loved the animations, but also if you enjoy Jordan B Peterson he has a course for like 70 dlls, which is great. (I know it sounds like paid propaganda but I just loved it and wanted to share, have no skin in the game)

  • Thank you Teal I’ve been watching & listening to your teachings for a few years now, and it’s been a great help in terms of helping me understand myself ������May you be blessed in all the many ways to have a peaceful mind & a joyful heart. May all your pain be resolved & healed. You are an angel for so many who struggle with daily life. You certainly helped me, thru your outreach, when there was no one to hold my hand. Always grateful for you. ������

  • How is Dr. Peterson’s health, last I heard he didn’t take to meds well and had to be treated in Russia. �� He changed my life for the better I sincerely hope he’s doing well.

  • I need a boyfriend and much cuddling and kissing. But I don’t trust men anymore because of the news reporting about violence. Each living being animal and human needs kissing and cuddling.

  • I dont know what I want from life, I know I need a purpose or a goal to work towards but there is just nothing there for me. I feel so lost.

  • only premise that i don’t understand that he makes, is: we are going to die inevitably…i don’t particualy agree (if thats the right word to use).

  • That treatment they gave to Alex from Clockwork Orange really worked! I guess it’s not just ultra violence that makes life worth living.

  • Here’s where games come in. Here’s where the simulation hypothesis comes in. Here’s where the idea that consciousness itself is God On a stroll. <-2min in

  • Downvotes by triggered leftists that still think this guy is a Neo-Nazi, racist, homophobic, . They heard once that he spoke out on Canada trying to FORCE people to say whatever pronoun that someone else wants. Peterson went on to say that he was against the government forcing us to use any speech. It really had next to nothing to do with trans people or anything else, just explicitly government abusing their power. They can ban speech, but not demand what we must say. Sound’s very “Hitler” to me… not wanting government to gain more power. Can’t even make this up. They stand out in his groups and yell and scream and try to disrupt his lectures.

  • Now I really know that I came here to help the world raise their vibration! I came here to share my own inner journey with the world. I came here with a spiritual purpose. I am so happy and feeling so alive! Thank you so much teal!! Soon the world will know me:) <3

  • I can’t think of anything I could do differently to have life I want. I want to spend time with the people I love but none of them want to spend time with me. The new people I meet are the same way. I really don’t know why I am rejected but it’s the story of my life. I visualize what I want but love is the one thing that doesn’t show up.

  • I’ve never been more confused. If you tell yourself to stop worrying isn’t that going against yourself? Aren’t u supposed to sink into your emotions of worrying else it’s resisting them?

  • The greatest evil is the lie given to every child that life holds promise for happiness and success… human existence has no magic or special meaning… as Dostoyevsky said that consciousness is a disease… I have seen that life is pointless… a train is a superior to decades of miserable work… me Jack and the railroad track… I’m done

  • Life will be much bearable if there are: jobs for everyone, house for everyone, food for everyone, healthcare for everyone, no wars, no nuclear things, no bigoted religions, no corrupt governments. If we fix those things, then life will be bearable.

  • I used to live my life believing that I should use my intelligence and learn language and have alot of skills, so when I have the approutonite I would be ready, but when I asked my self, do I really wanna even have the approutonite that I want to work for? Does having this approutonite makes me happy?Do I really wanna study in my life hard with this approutonite?No, I don’t have to, my community has shown me that I have to, but I actually don’t have to stress myself at my age thinking of how can I study languages and which one should I start with. There is nothing wrong with learning language, they are even amazing, but, I should not stress my self just to learn them, I’m not even working on them, I won’t be satisfied if I did these things that I don’t really like, these thing that just make me very stressed, things that has shown me for a while that life is worthless. I really wanna say thank u for everyone who helped with uploading this video, before, I used to believe that life is about reaching success and working hard for it, and to reach success u should have lots of qualifications, and to be able to do lots of things in life, but now I believe that life is about being happy and satisfied, and that success can have many definitions, so I could define success as doing things that makes u happy and satisfied every day.

  • If I were to die tomorrow I would tell my mom I love her and spend the day with her and also drill a hole in my stomach so I can eat everything I want for the remainder of my time.

  • Often feel suicidal because my reoccurring injuries prevent me from doing what I want, they force me into a lifestyle I don’t want and to be someone I am not. Trying everything on a physical, mental and metaphysical level. Every time I enjoy something yoga, running, rock climbing, dancing I soon have to stop because my body no longer allows me. You may ask me if there is something else that is stopping me from living the life I want. I am questioning that now. Any advice or video you feel I should watch. I did watch the one on physical pain / illness… I keep asking my body what it wants from me or what it is trying to tell me. I have done the Byron Katie work. Last night I did it on “I can’t do what I want” nothing that significant came to me but when I woke up this morning I thought of all the independent choices I made and times that I have done what I wanted. I am aware of when I have given my power away and followed the crowd ie what was expected of me… I feel trapped and stuck by a body that betrays rather than supports me. It doesn’t allow me to do the things that make me feel alive. I have energy I the muscles in my legs and ankles that is how it feels, excess energy (can’t run coz both ankles got injured and injury reoccurs). Maybe there is something I am supposed to be doing. A direction I should be moving in but I am not. I am stuck because I Can’t Do The Activities That I Love and that make me feel alive:(

  • I wonder if we actually matter whether we exist or not. I’m not saying that we have to have a reason for everything (maybe we do, maybe we dont’) but why do we exsist? Whats the point. I think a lot of people feel lonely because they think that no one else will understand them. The worst thing though is not thinking that no one understands you, but it’s the wonder of whether someone is there. You desperately want to know, but you know that even if there is someone, you can’t reach them. It’s very hopeless. Only in a miracle you think would youfinally meet someone who understands you. It’s very lonely.

  • 1. What do I regret the most about my life?
    2. Who do I most want to say “I love you” too?
    3. What am I incomplete with? Or what do I desperately wish I could have gotten complete with before I died?
    4. What was I the most afraid of? And if I wasn’t afraid of those things, how would my life have been different?
    5. Regardless of what my priorities were while I was living,
    Looking back on life, what do I now see as the most important thing on my life?
    6. Was there anything I worried about that in the end did not really matter once I died?
    7. Is there anything I needed to say to someone, but didn’t?
    8. Was there a time in my life that I chose something else over love? Would I have made a different choice?
    9. What am I the most glad I did in my life? What was the best decision I made?
    10. What were the top 3 best memories of my life and why were they the best memories?
    11. What fed my spirit? What did I love doing that I didn’t do enough of? Why didn’t I make that thing or those things the center of my life?
    12. Knowing now, that I could have chose to live anywhere on earth, where would I have moved to and lived?
    13. What will people remember me for what legacy am I leaving behind?
    14. If I could’ve chosen what legacy would I have likes to have left behind and be remember for,
    15. Now that I’m dead, if I could of write a bucket list of things I wanted to do and accomplish before I die, what would be on that list?
    16. What life did other people live that I was envious of and didn’t give myself the permission to go after?
    17. Now that you are dead, what advice would you give to anyone who is living? Especially your children?
    18. Looking at life now that I’m dead, what would I say is the meaning of life?
    19. If I were given one more shot at life, what would I have done differently? What would I now have the courage to do, that I didn’t have the courage to do before?

  • Paraphrase of the exercise:
    Close your eyes. Imagine you died yesterday. How did you die? What were the circumstances. Who was there? What were the reactions from the people who love you? Take time to answer each of the following questions:

    1. What do I regret the most about my life
    2. Who do I most want to say I love you to?
    3. What am I incomplete with? What do I desperately wish I could have gotten complete with before I died?
    4. What was I the most afraid of? If I wasn’t afraid how would my life have been different
    5. What was the most important thing in my life regardless of what my priorities were?
    6. What did I worry about that didn’t matter in the end?
    7. Is there anything I needed to say to someone that I didn’t?
    8. Is there a time I chose something else over love? Would I have made a different choice?
    9. What was the best decision I made? What am I most glad I did?
    10. Top 3 best memories and why?
    11. What fed my spirit? What did I love doing that I didn’t do enough of? What left me in awe or gave me goosebumps? Why didn’t I make those things the center of my life?
    12. Where would I have moved to and lived?
    13. What will people remember me for?
    14. What would I have liked my legacy to be and remembered for?
    15. If I could have written a bucket list before I died what would be on that list?
    16. What was I envious of that other people lived and didn’t give myself permission to go after?
    17. What advice would I give to others now that I’m dead?
    18. What would I say is the meaning of life?
    19. If I were given one more shot at life what would I do differently?
    20. What would I now have the courage to do that I didn’t do before?

  • Hi, for pedantic’s sake.. an’; all that, it’s: ” I love you *to ” not ‘too?’

    I may have used pedantic’s in the wrong context there?

    Hmm.

  • This video.. Just made me cry because I love this physical life so much and constantly aligning with my desire has been my entire life’s journey (I am 20 soon to be 21). It made me cry and realize how sad it makes me feel to know that I have not aligned with my desire, to realize deeply and consciously, how there is no such thing as “normal” or “safe” for others or for yourself. There is no point of anything other than what you desire, there is no point of rigid social rules, of ANYTHING but what you desire. There is no point on focusing on anything else but what you deeply and truly desire. There is nothing else your mind was designed to achieve, this according to my personal perspective. One of the deepest self love moments I have ever had –

  • What I like to do does not pay the bills. I’m stuck in a job that I hate, in a situation that I hate, I live to keep paying for a life that it’s not worth living, and to say that “you should do what you like” does not help at all

  • Depending on your interpretation, the Dylan Thomas poem seems to hold an ego perspective of death that I don’t agree with. To “rage against the dying of the light” and to not “go gentle into that good night” denote strong anger, fear, and resistance against death, all of which just bring suffering. With this view in place, we cannot truly live at all. Everything becomes a fearful reaction to the finality of our lives. Which is why I disagree with the approach of “living today as if it were your last.” Imagine if we actually did have one day left to live, and we went out and did everything we were previously afraid to do. That one day would be incredible-and emotionally INTENSE. Now imagine getting up the next day and trying to do it all over again with that same intensity. We could never do it. Like an amazing song that loses its inspirational qualities from repeated play, each successive day would become increasingly more mundane.

    I like the questions Teal poses because it gets us to focus on what’s really important. But when we live like there’s no tomorrow, we find ourselves living from a time-bound ego perspective instead of the timeless truth of our Higher Selves. Better to live squarely in the present moment-which is not a ‘moment’ of time at all but instead timeless unity consciousness-as much as we can, and then living from the only thing that is ultimately real in that moment: love. As we do so, we naturally begin to make loving choices that lead to a very rich life, irrespective of how many things we have done on our “bucket list.” In my view, a life worth living is all about ‘being’ not ‘doing’, which means we could spend hours on the park bench each day like Forrest Gump and have a rich life (just as long as we’re not using that time on that bench to avoid doing things we really want to do.)

  • I think you made the right choise. As long as you can eat and have a roof over your head happiness is more valuable than anything.

  • When you strip away all the parental and state/religious indoctrination via raring and education, you are left with absolutely nothing. These two instruments embed themselves so deeply in the mind that it can take decades for the world to unmask them both. And when they are unmasked you are pretty much left with what now? Where to? The world as we live it is built upon beliefs that have sustained us for millennia. Now we are all suffering Niezschien flu symptoms and theres not a lot in the way of cure or let alone treatment. We, as a civilized society, are faster and faster approaching a giant nihilistic wall thats taking up the entire horizon and there seems to be no way round it. We can turn to technology but even that will only take us so far. In the end all we will have will be to turn back to our fellow man, broken, damaged and in horror at it all. When the mind falls apart everything falls with it.

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  • Teal Thank you!!!!! My life belongs to me. This message open me to the Now. To realize i do have the answers of what i wanna do is just that maybe i have not ask myself; thank you for the questions; those questions made me answer what i wana do in life, why i do the things i did. And tbh no one really knows if they will have another hour,day,week to live; anything can happen in a split of seconds that why is very important to see the beauty of the “Now” and use it to do something that You really wana do and feel like you need to do it because deep inside yourself is what telling you to do, to be creator of your life, because your life belongs to you.

  • I would leave school behind…but even after this exercise I don’t have the courage to do so. Because I don’t know what to do and without a basic degree, it’s going to be hard to live a somewhat comfortable life. I know, I know…that are all believes..but they are still very strong…and I don’t want life to be hard

  • There’s no reward for fully living your life. We all are going to die, the only difference is the way we do die. So the answer is no.

  • If an angel would come to tell me am giving you another shot at life for one more day i would refuse it. The responses to the questions are more sad than i could imagine.

  • I did not expect this video to strike me to my inner core like it did. To do this practice, being completly honest and vunerable with ones inner self is to grasp all of the knowledge of one who regulary questions existense ever seeks. This is the true meaning of the answer within.

  • Life is part of, but not exactly the same as existence. I think that since good cannot exist without its opposite, how good can it be? If good is better than evil it must stand on evil, thus increasing their suffering and how ethical is that? I think that we should contemplate existence’s value not just when we are sad, but we we are content, even happy.

  • but is life or this thought fo the future being better because of our actions worth the pain and effort you have to put in the meanwhile? if you want to end your life, because you feel that it was better if you had never existed in the first place, it doesn’t necessarily mean that no life is worth living, maybe there are some lives that are just not worth it.

  • That sounds like the lesson the guy from the movie saw was trying to teach people about having respect for life. I think his name was John?

  • There is no time wasted. Everything happens for a reason. I like this video but dont forget that God has a plan. I dont think its all up to us.. but thats the way I see it. I also dont belive that death is the end..that would make no sense looking at the laws of the Universe that everything is changing and moving. Death is not the end..its a change in form..

  • thank you for the dylan thomas. indeed, truth is not gentle nor rage unkind. becoming awake and staying awake is the work of this life. all other pursuits are cowardice and a waste of effort.

  • Teal Swan, I actually think you just saved me from doing something extremely stupid.

    I went through absolute hell recently and something occurred which will be with me for the rest of my life.

    Watching your videos made my entire body relax and I suddenly felt positive.

  • very true… school and ignorant parents are complicit in this… I lost my compass at 11 when I conformed to get good grades…. but i never really belonged in academia. People should follow their passions and do practical things (not sitting in a class…) from a young age.
    Much like Child prodigy Akiane… google her.

  • Just for doing the work over and over. Let us know who we are and be truly who we are, truly happy… Lots of joy to all.
    Here’s the questions for the work!

    How to live a life worth living Teal Swan
    If I died and I was looking back on my life… what then?
    1. What do I regret the most about my life?
    2. Who do I most want to say “I love you” too?
    3. What am I incomplete with? Or What do I desperately wish I could have gotten complete with, before I died?
    4. What was I the most afraid of? And if I wasn’t afraid of those things how sould my life have been different?
    5. Regardless of whatmy priorities were while I was living, looking back on life what do I now see as the most important thing in my life?
    6. Was there anything I worried about that in the end did not really matter once I died?
    7. Is there anything I needed to say to someone, but didn’t?
    8. Was there a time in my life that I chose something else, over love? Would I have made a different choice?
    9. What am I the most glad I did in my life? What was the bes decision I made?
    10.What were the top 3 best memories of my life and why were they the best memories?
    11. What fed my spirit? What did I love doing that I didn,t do enough of? Why didn’t I make that thing or those things the center of my life?
    12. Knowing now that I could choose anywhere on earth where would I have moved and lived?
    13. What will people remember me for what legacy am I leaving behind?
    14. If I could have chosen what legacy would I have liked to have left leave behind and be remembered for…
    15. Now that I am dead looking back at my life if I could have written a buchket list essentially a list of things I want to experience, accomplish or do before I die … What would be on that list?
    16. What life that other people lived was I envious of and didn’t give myself permission to go after?
    17. Now that you are dead, What advice would you give anyone who is living, especially your children?
    18. Looking at life now that I am dead, What would I say is the meaning of life?
    19. If I were given one more shot at life, what would I do differently?
    20. If I were given one mor shot at life, What would I now have the courage to do that I didn’t have the courage to do before?

    Have fun! and shine!

    Thank you so so much Teal for your great work/love.

  • Using Jordan Peterson as a segway into your advertisement involving an illustration of a man shaving his penis is a strange thing to do. Kind of like a literal example of the Jordan Peterson “wash your penis” meme.

  • This still doesn’t quite answer the question. The path to making your life enjoyable is itself filled with suffering. How is death not a better option?

  • Nobodys love is true unless you’re a toddler because end of the day everybody is only going fill their tummy and find somebody to blame for the things that didn’t go as they wanted.

  • Life is so miserable. I think about suicide everyday but never can get myself to do it. Most people are miserable working dead end jobs just trying to put food on the table and get by. People die every day and people only care if your a famous celebrity. I could die right now and not one soul would care. I wish I was never born. I didn’t ask for this

  • In America there is no meaning to life, other than to make debt based anti-money to keep the sick abusive theft against the weakest among us game going. There is no meaning in that for insane peopleonly the well adjusted to the society find meaning in it.

  • The question of meaning of life is found quite clearly in the book of Ecclesiastes: “Meaningless! Meaningless!”

    says the Teacher.

    “Utterly meaningless!

    Everything is meaningless.”

  • The blinder the people of the country are,its easier for them to believe beautiful lies, because of not knowing they were lied to. So yes, you can create hope and meaningfulness with religion, but that’s just being a pet of a lie. Life actually has no meaning itself just like a playground. To me, finding answers to questions like what made big bang happen and why are we existing why am i, me? Feeling the body of mine and not someone else’s and stuff like that keeps me moving on. Because as an atheist, i know when i see a gap of not knowing, i shouldn’t fill it with god of the gaps as well as not putting a lid on it so I won’t see it. There is an answer to these questions and you don’t know that human won’t reach it, you are just making a conclusion. As an individual, i think helping scientists improve during my life will make us at least closer to those answers. I probably won’t find these answers during my life,indeed. But maybe it would be worth searching for it.

  • I totally loved the ending. ”The meaning of life is doing things meaningful to you in a way that makes yourself meaningful to others.”

  • Why does life necessarily have t have a meaning? If science is correct we came to exist out of nothing but puddles of protein. Besides as far as I’m concerned, my existence is the result of nothing but my parents wishing to procreate, and now I’m here… 

  • After having my mother cause my epilespy at the age of 9, and my father to worsen it in over the next 6 years. So, i accepted the fact that life isn’t worth living. I accepted the fact that i will have epilepsy for the rest of my life. That i will NEVER be able to drive, skydive, bungee jump, pilot a plane, or scuba dive, that my chances at happiness are already very low. That high school was a complete waste of time. That i will never be able to follow my one true passion: carpentry, on account of my epilepsy. That the two people a person should love the most apart from their spouse and kids are their parents. That i hate my parents. They’ve been divorced for as long as i can remember. That they never stopped to think of the concequences of their actions would affect their childrenms psychological health. This isn’t coming from a 1 night tantrum, this is coming from years of extreme sadness. So, i realized that there IS a way out. Sadly, i can’t end my own life until i’m 18.

  • 1.What do I regret the most about my life?

    2.Who do I most to say ”I love you to”?

    3.What am I incomplete with? or what do I desperately wish I could have gotten with, before I died?

    4.What was I most afraid of? and if I wasn’t afraid these things how would my life have been different?

    5.Regardless of what my priorities were while I was living looking back on life what do I now see as the most important thing in my life?

    6.Was there anything I worried about that in the end did not really matter once I died?

    7.Is there anything I needed to say to someone, but didn’t?

    8.Was there a time in my life that I chose something else, over love? would I have made different choice?

    9.What am I the most glad I did in my life? what was the best decision I made?

    10.What were the top 3 memories of my life and why they the best memories?

    11.What fed my spirit? what did I love doing that I didn’t do enough of? Why didn’t I make that thing or those things the center of my life?

    12.Knowing now that I could choose anywhere on earth where would I have to moved to and lived?

    13.What will people remember me for what legacy am I leaving behind?

    14.If I could chosen what legacy would I have liked to have left behind and be remembered for?

    15.Now that I am dead looking back at my life if I could have written a bucked list essentially a list of things I want to experience, accomplish or do before I die… What would be on that list?

    16.What life that other people lived was I envious of and didn’t give myself permission to go after?

    17.Now that you are dead What advice would you give anyone who is living, especially your children?

    18.Looking at life now that I am dead what would I say is the meaning of life?

    19.If I were given one more shot at life, what would I do differently?

    20.If I were given one more shot at life what would I now have the courage to do that I didn’t have the courage to do before?

  • The most powerful thing I’ve learned from Dr. Jordan Peterson: Change yourself and you will change the world. Change starts on an individual level. Individual freedom comes with taking individual responsibility. Do not play the victim game. Take your power back.

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  • Lol Mr Peterson just told me to be a homeless person who sits under a tree and does nothing but day dream watching the clouds go by.

    Let me know when theres more to do than just persue status, sex, and money in the world, mr Peterson. I’m already bored with this same old information I see everyone doing everyday and we dont even have the utopia of Type 1 Civilization yet…

    Creating and building that Uptopia that Mr Peterson says is so evil is that gives my purpose any mission. So if that makes me evil I guess I better just chill and do nothing and watch the world tear itself apart…

  • Most important things in life is Money �� if you don’t have the money and only things you going to think of where and how to get them. And I can say Life =Money.

  • I tried to end my existing.Always doctors saved me. I don’t believe anymore I can be happy on this life.I just wanna end my existing.

  • Simply put, depends on wether or not you are living the life you want or not. If you are, then it’s worth it. If not, then not really

  • If you think I’d go bored and crazy with all the stuff I want, you’re dead wrong. If tomorrow I woke up with everything I ever desired. I’d die a happy man.

    You’re so far wrong with the intro that I can’t grasp the rest of your concept. Seems too much like a boomers movement.

  • Nothing matters in all reality if you actually think about it what we do doesn’t matter. God isn’t even real and the Bible is a book of lies with some truth and all humans do and have ever done is destroy. Everyone has something that matters to them but they don’t matter just like nothing matters. This is what i think and if you don’t agree with me i don’t care.

  • He is giving his opinion a lot and not all of them are as well founded as he makes it sound. He goes on about justifying one’s existence for the good as a trick to end suffering but it is the effort to justify one’s existence that brings about suffering. I think no one needs to justify their existence or find the reason for it. Also, he says that aspire to be someone or looking up to someone for (the right) influence is the most basic instinct. I would disagree. Survival is the most basic instinct.

  • Unless I misunderstood the first part of what he said, he basically generalized people who commit suicide as doing it for the purpose of revenge on others then comparing them all to the Columbine school shooters? Really Jordan?

  • I sometimes want to suicide because my mom is like a piano freak. So everything that makes my life horrible is PIANO. And I also don’t want to quit because I care about my mom and again, she loves piano and I don’t want to hurt her feelings.

  • There are people who tried with everything they got and achieved nothing but suffering and died off. No, Peterson you are wrong. And this fact is proof that this reality was not made by god

  • All my suffering was, and is, my own fault. Unfortunately I didn’t know or understand this as it was Programmed in my childhood…………����������������

  • Man spends his life trying to help people find hope in God by transforming their lives and making choices ends up addicted to drugs while trying to keep his family alive. Where’s your God, now, friend? Where’s your Christ now?

  • Life is suffering…..but is suffering life??

    I ask myself that question every damn day and lay awake at night pondering the answer. I fear my last breath will give me the answer and by then it be too late to use it for anything.

    to die, to sleepto sleep, perchance to dream? Ay, theres the rub, for in that sleep of death what dreams may come as we have shuffled off this mortal coil, must give us pause.

  • I found you through Audient and you have REALLY inspired me. I dream about producing some of my songs instead of just singing them live on youtube. I just loveyour music….your sound and vocals are AMAZINE. I really love your voice. PLEASE keep it up.

  • Why do you search in the darkest places..
    Because in the darkest places you can find what still shines…
    If it can shine in the darkest places, you know it’s a real light….❤

  • ive helped others with their problems but i suffer alone because i can only feel pain in my own mind and body not someone elses. who knows maybe no one else is real and im the only real person and everyone else is just a dancing monkey in my mind.

  • God damn. Don’t really care about other people but I can somewhat feel what a lot of you guys are dealing with. My friends helped me get out of the pit I was in.. but fuck when you see that childhood heroes have died… that’s sucks. RIP to everyone who died that was on storm chasers as I felt for them more than I feel for my own family.

  • Value requires a value holder. Therefore nothingness inherently can not hold value. “Something” holds infinetly more value. Only when “something” is practicaly equal to nothingness by not having any methode to act, which seldom is the case, the something is worse, as it is nothing with the additional awareness of pain. When the pain can be staved of to any degree, your actions make the something distinct from nothing, existance has value.

  • Are there people who are actually really happy and enjoying a good life? Some seem to be. Or are they wearing masks and suffering underneath their masks?

  • No.. life is NOT worth living. Life is people mostly trying to fill the void of loneliness, seeking fulfilment from other empty people, that are doing the exact same thing. Then there’s the horrible facts of illness, poverty, pain and suffering, torture ECT. I am done.. just need to find the perfect way out.

  • In my experience the only way for life to have meaning is to not contemplate its meaning. Try your best to ignore the thought and just get lost in life. It’s an instance where you can’t see the forest for the trees and you should be thankful for it.

  • this hasn’t made it clear for me what i should do. and i’ve actually had a near death experience. I’m as confused as i was at the start of the video. i’ve been suicidal, had a year long nervous breakdown, attempted suicide…..i feel like there isn’t any point in going on.

  • Peterson May be the only philosopher today who recognizes why I’m depressed and can dialogue with the fact that this world isn’t enough as it is. Ted talks make me worse, Peterson gives me hope that I could add good to this insufficient world.

  • We must make the distinction between having real worth and just having a feeling of worth. There are psychological tricks to get a feeling of having worth. For example, the praise of others results in a feeling of having worth. It amounts to a life spent seeking God versus a life spent seeking praise.

  • If I were to die I honestly think I would be fine with it, I know that sounds strange but I really don’t desire to do or be anything other than what I am.