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The CDP // Ep32: What Is the Meaning of Life?

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Welcome back! We are so excited you are here! In this Episode of the Clever Dummies Podcast, We are talking a little about everything and ofcorse we attempt to answer the big question: What Is the Meaning of Life?

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Are you guys are all legends? Thank youso much for joining us. This is episode. Number thirty. Two of the Clever Dumaspodcast. I am lucky as always, joined by m the one to only the best thing. Icome out of Sant Mary's since the five dollar Skatea, a hey young, wig fella,I'm good, I'm good man, I'm good. It's good to be here. It's a beautiful dayto be alive, truly is a beautiful day top to thousand and nine degrees. Youknow wouldn't be anywhere else. To be completely honest. This is the fiftyfourth time I'm actually saying that because we did have some technicaldifficulties today, as we always do on this podcast. So claverton is podcast,also known as a clever Tomis podcast with technical difficulty, keep youreyes or ease it for every brand or restructure of what we're doing. Butnow, at the end of the day, my you know, as I like to say, but CARSO firstpainting wasn't picture perfect. You know the Modeles a wasn't created in aday, so it's all leaps and bounds. Yes, I knows, but we do have a very, veryand I mean very special. A guest one of our first guest might have actuallybeen the first guest in the infancy stage of the Clever Gomes podcastnearly two years ago was terence, our good mate, and you know, as the girls, the girls dreamof him and the guys want to be in Terranan Maty yeah. Would it do what Ido good to be back thanks for ever me, boys highly a question I will add, wedo get reglar emails from our large client based oftentimes abuse in non constructive criticism is involved,but a common theme is when is that Asian fellow coming back? So it is sogood to talk to your brother and obviously you know an we can talk aboutthe pandemic a long all day long. We probably will, because you know whatelse is there to talk about, but you've recently moved out on your own. As abig call, I mean you're nearly twenty five. You are twenty five years of ageand obviously make the big step. How is that sort of process been what maybe amonth in now or so yeah? It's been pretty good, I mean yeah, I mean I'mtwenty five, but I identifies twenty two so yeah and and I identify svaccinated, so it's no, but all joke decided. It's beenpretty good. You know it's. It's been something I wanted to do eversince I moved back from Melbourne in the start of two thousand and twenty,but obviously how everything panned out it just made it impossible to move out.So none the less I'm here now and I'm enjoying it. It's good. It's everythingI imagined the only things missing is the fact that I can't socialize or haveanyone over or I can't leave I'll get arrested. If I leave my driveway, soyou know, apart from that, it's pretty good and I'm loving it man. So have we looked into the singlesocial bubble at all? Do you have any understanding what that ball shit is. Ithink they call it a single social bubble where you allow your allowed toelect one person to encroach on your your restricted area. If you will yeah,that's that's true, but I mean, if you ask me, the only kind of person I'dwant to be coming here is some that a someone that are going to smash and ifthat's not the case then might as well more yeah. That's right, and I mean youknow a few day days later in a water melon with a mask like we can't winthem all so anyway. That was a story that a nig old me before the show. Ishall not continue on that stage, but I I it's all good like it's all when I go when you see like your Ma, an hismiss and stuff, but then like when you, when you see when you were married,when you see your man when you sit when you, when you see your Ma, when you see your mate and you Louptious scrumptious cheeks, all of a sudden, I'm gay, I believe I believe what turns istrying to present is the dilemma that we all option face. Is that you know iswhen you know you find to you know two girls. They often just you know, kissthemselves and you know a kiss each other, and you know it's all good. Youknow they kiss it alon the cheeks, but you know just like they also use the sameexample as like you know, one drink doesn't make you an alcoholic, you knowone cigarette doesn't make you a smoker. You know, then, why why why? Why? What does onebaby scene? All of a sudden make you? You know gay whatever it's a legit question. The question isso you know when I just want to you know when I just want to clap my boyswill love short cheeks once this is not a good start to the Bodadas Katy Perry, one said: I've kissed a girl and I liked it so we'll continueon. I you know we SPELKA. I do agree...

...with that, but, as you know, as becausethose first patting wasn't perfect, you know anyway, moving on is trying to re.I just got a copy wans earlier yeah and you tried really hard- and I doappreciate that so obviously we're moving in regards to this question thatI will forget, if I don't ask it immediately so in one of our many takesbefore this final recording that we're preceding with tonight, I was sort of speaking a little bitjust about some of the things that come up when you're moving out for the firsttime. Obviously there's the generic ones. You know doing your own, washingsorting your own food, that sort of thing making sure you wake up on timeright. But what was what sort of one of the things that you didn't suspect to ever be an issue orone of the things you didn't suspect to miss about you know living at home orliving with other people. I don't know it's hard to really point out anythinglike because everything is a bit of the whole. The whole thing is is just agiant learning process for me, because I mean I moved out to Melbourne for twoyears. You know before this, and you know I learnt so much there, but thething is is like I was still with people, so I didn't really feel like. Iwas necessarily alone at any point and, like you know, I always had someonethere to kind of like remind me of things or I would just never reallyfigure it wouldn't feel like I was kind of. I wouldn't. I wouldn't feel likeI'd moved out, because I'd always have people around her. So, like you know,little things around the House that you might need would always just be therethe same as it would. If I was living with my parents, because you know therewas just someone else there to maybe think of that. But in this scenario,where I'm on my own and I kind of have to do everything on literally on my own, you know, if I forget, or if it doesn'tget done, then it doesn't get done and and then I realized after and I'm likea dam. I should have done that. So I don't know, there's not, there's notreally one thing that I could tell you right now that kind of caught me bysurprise, because a lot of it was expected and, like I knew what I wasgetting myself into and yeah I mean I wanted this and and- andI know it's going to like help me- grow a lot and become more sort ofindependent. I mean I'm cooking a lot more. I'm trying to. I made it a Matin,a challenge for myself to to get better at cooking, because you know up untilrecently I've only been able to make two minutes or not even to minute, likemegory news or like egg pretty proud of that. But you know I got a expanded abit so yeah, no yeah, I don't know everything is a bitof a bit of a learning process. Hers honestly couldn't tell you one thing I remember when we first moved out,terence to Melbourne right was was just realizing the fact that youhave to buy toilet paper alone. That was a big deal in so I got them. Ithought that she just showed up in the house yeah, you know Luya it's, it sounds so simple, but it is sotrue because you just don't think about that stuff. You know, yeah, you go okay.This just shows up, but you know clearly it doesn't doesn't just show up.So it's fairly interesting learning those little lessons about. You knowlife and what not yeah hundred percent ocoee Lokono about you. When you firstmoved out. How was it for you like? I might have missed the towel end of it,but I know before you were talking about company right, like obviouslythere's a stuff that we do and that sort of thing that was like I'mguessing chance. I was obviously the company, or at least having that personaround and, like I moved out of home, it was about two thousand and fifteen,so I was sort of mean shot of going out for about a year. Charlotte was really proactive and shewas the one pushing the move because she hated my family. No JESERI. We,like we've, got a great hope relationship, no, but basically fromthe from when she was eighteen. She moved from the Southern Highlands orbarrel where she grew up and she went to she started going to uni in Sydneyright, so she became very adapt early on like as soon as she finished highschool for living outside of home. So when we first started going out, wewere living there for a while, and she came to live with my family for aboutfour or five months, and it was one of those things where it was and I didn'trealize it and she first suggested hey did you want to go and get our ownplace and at that time like? I still have a great relationship with myfamily and I was sort of like I m not really like. I haven't really thoughtabout it, but within a few days it just felt like the right thing to do right,so we went an did it. It turned out really good and obviously I moved inwith her, and I wasn't just moving up on myself, so I had the company you know. I had someone, that'sactually cared about me live wit, me even better, and I had a cook to so. Ishout up to Charlotte just joking, but the thing that I noticed straight awaywas like the often times I was like when I didn't so when I didn't knowwhat to do during the day or I had some down time. I would just bounce offother people, so I'd go hang out with my brother or my sister or my dad or Igo. We had a dog at home, so I'd go and hang out with them and I'd sort of fillmy time until the next event came up right, and so, when I was living h withher and was sort of on our own, I had...

...to start to feel that time. You knoweven more productively or the different things. So it was it's kind of youdon't waste time when you live with upper people, but you've kind of justgot this easy outlet that hey. You know if you're doing something you can justmove along come back later, so it actually helped me at the time I was atUni and it helped me study a little bit more because it was like a hey whatever.What else am I going to do? Basically, since I moved out of home, I prettymuch don't watch TV anymore, and it was maybe that was like that bonding timethat we would have as a family or whatever else, but I stopped watchingTV and I sort of started to adult a little bit more. I certainly miss mymom's cookie and I still do I miss seeing my family all the time, but Ithink the fact that you grow so quickly, because that reason you start developyour own habits and personalities outside of your family. That's what Ienjoyed the most about moving out of home and thankfully I haven't had to govaccines because of everything's worked out really well, but it was interesting because it'slike that's part of your growth and development as a person, you've got tobe self sufficient, not just in regards to your finances and everything else,but you've also got to be able to fill your time productively and correctivelyand for a lot of people, that's work sothey come home and they can tow up. They don't feel like they need to moveout of home because, like they work full time, and they do all this sort ofthing when you actually have some time to yourself, you're like wow. This islike this is actually real, AD olding. It's not just making big decisions,it's actually. What do I do with my time? So it was yeah. It was very muchsomething I couldn't realize until or couldn't understand until I did it, butI was like I loved it. I like it just maybe I could just see myself grow andmove on quickly, yeah, and I think I feel the exact same way like. Icompletely agree with everything. You've just said that, because you knowthat's exactly what I'm experiencing now and you know that that's a bigreason why you know I wanted to make this move is because, although I'dalready like I mentioned before, moved out prior to this, I was always withpeople and and this time I really wanted to kind of take that leap inthat risk. I guess you could say to be on my own, because I knew there wasthere's nothing like I read this quote once and I couldn't. I couldn't tellyou like word for word what it was, but I know I remember what it was basicallytalking about, and it basically kind of relates a lot to to what we're talkingabout now, and it was saying, like you know, when you're in your you know,you're, like you could say, eighteen to maybe late twenty years or or somethinglike that around that age. You know it's probably the best time for you tokind of move out and just like explore or just move to another city or anotherstate or you know, doesn't have to be extreme to go to another country orwhatever, but just kind of like put yourself in an unfamiliar environment.You know because, obviously, up until then, you'd be used to just being athome and everything's already there for you and just prepared. So by throwingyourself into that kind of environment, you just really grow so much more thanyou would I'd say if you were just always living with people with yourparents, and I think that's so ben and just quickly. You touch on that.There's a really interesting little conversation that Jodan Petersonhad as well, and I know a lot of people aren't very huge fans of him, but it isa little interesting. He says, call those moderates out the Terrasse, thissocial terrorists. So you know he talks about failing to launch right. So hetalks about as a as a young adult tried when you're move out or my brother isactually watching too early exactly in many Sett's. Now what she said, sorry that so and and it's interesting, because whenhe talks and that that is true when you think about it, because when you failto launch you know, you are essentially that's what you're doing you kind ofyou know, staying in the protection of your will parents bubble and what notand so yeah it's kind of yeah ends up. You know putting you in that positionwhere you we've had this sort of conversation before where like with,because you and I like, we obviously have a group of friends, but you- and Ispecifically, are the ones that you know moved to to Melbourne right andyou know coming back and you know catching up with the boys and all thepeople that we knew here in Sydney. It was like. We got into a conversationwith one of at one of our maids reas shouted if you're listening, you're,probably not, but you know shout it to you anyway. You know we were talking about likejust growing and how time flies and all this kind of stuff- and you know hemade a he made a comment and he was like you know he may be he's just notlike as mature or he's he's, just not like he's just a bit slow and he hasn'tgrown enough for any anything like that, and it was weird because it was likehe's. The exact same age was us. You know: WE'VE GONE TO SCHOOL, we'veexperienced all these things together and we'vebasically growin up, we've allgrown up together and...

...we're just trying to wonder. Well. Whydoes he feel like he's behind or he's not like he's, not there with us as faras like you know, growing and just progression in life, and you know afterdiscussion and e, and i came down to one pretty logical reason is becausehim and i we moved out and we met so many peopleand we experienced so many things, and you know that's why i say like, as imentioned before, like getting out there and moving out and just throwingyourself in a different environment forces you to grow and to adapt tothose. You know that environment in thosesituations that come along with it. So i think that's why he probably feltthat. Maybe he wasn't. You know at a stage in his life thatmaybe we felt like we were because, although with the same age- and we grewup together because for that two two years that period that we were gone, wehad grown so much in that two years that it almost felt like we'd lived.You know i almost felt like we was like just so much older than this guy. Whenreally we weren't and yeah, i just wanted to point that out, because ithought that was so true and it just made a lot of sense when we, when wecame to that solution at that, you know that reason. I agree. I agreeabsolutely. I think there is this few levels to this as well, and it's easyto easy to just go because we moved out as well. I think the this couple of res,because he's moving out is one part of it, but it's actually essentiallystarting a system or i've flown things of this self growth journey orlaunching into something that is, you know new and exciting. I mean even iknow. This is, for example, moving back right and then this is. This may be alittle touchy subject of a touchy subject. However, you know, for example,let me give me a small example right, my mentality or like how i, for example, treated or thought notnecessary, treat how i thought about certain certain. You know, groups ofpeople right had changed, because i spent far biel time in melbourne rightbecause you know different location. This culture is different, differentpriorities and the way of life is moved different. So all those things when youtake into account you go okay like so it does change because you know you areno longer you no longer doing the exact samething you were doing before now, you're doing something different because youhave to adapt, and you know humans are adaptable, so ends up. You end up.Actually you know being something different to you knowthe same person yeah and you know that's that's why it's just soimportant to ker yourself out there and- and i never you know, never become toocontent with how your life is. You know you always want to be working towardsomething or you know doing different things, because i think that's the onlyway to really to really grow as a person- and you know i think, that'sthe only way that i mean like that. Probably i mean you can you can goreally deep into this sort of topic and then ask like all your words, themeaning of life and all this kind of stuff, but i can do you at the meaningof life is well. What's your definition, you can certainly try. What are your? What are you guys? Iguess definition of what the meaning of life is well a track before we go there.So that's interesting when riaz was having that conversation with you didhe feel a sent. Was there certain a sense of like dissatisfaction with hislife, or was he disappointed that he hadn't moved out yet, or was he morecurious of why you guys did, and he hadn't, i think, maybe there was a part of himthat kind of felt like a bit sad because he was like you know he mighthave just felt like left behind, and you know that i guess that's a normalthing. I mean. If it was me, i would feel the same way. I'd be a little sadif my mates, if i saw my mates after like two years and like they almostseem like different people just because they grown so much andyeah, i feel a little bit sad, so i would assume he'd probably feel alittle that way as well, but i think it was all coming from a goodplace and i guess you know yeah he just in the moment just feltlike. Maybe he just didn't do enough, or maybe he made some wrong decisionsor anything like that. I could be wrong, but may that's just how i'm readingreading the whole situation yeah, i get you and sometimes that's the case rightlike you need that motivation externally to do something. Sometimesit's an internal thing like, as i said before, without with without charlotte, suggesting thatat that time i probably wouldn't. I definitely would not have moved out ofthat stage. I've always been a bit of it by that natural sort of selection, i'vealways been a risk taker. So i'm more than likely, i probably would havemoved with you boys to melbourne. I would have done something like that ifi hadn't met charlotte and obviously that's you know, he say so he might bethat type of person that feels of cure...

...by staying at home. Obviously,financially, it's a good good call, because you know you're likely payingfar less in terms of bills and rent and that sort of thing, but like it's, onlya cause for concern. If he can say that if he's like wanting to do it but he'sworried about doing it and then obviously then it's like hey, don't beworried about it, because it's like an experience that we all kind of need toundertake but like if you're, thirty and you're still living at home,because the offer sue the right opportunity hasn't come up like there'stotally nothing wrong with that. You know what i mean and like mostdefinitely when you meet people, it's sort of like a natural inkling to thinkup. How could i live with that person or that person is looking for someoneto move in with and those sort of things happen but like if he sort ofjust wants to do it? Because someone else has done it and it's like oh wow,it's like don't stress about it, broke like it'll, come the time to come andthen, when the time does come for you to move like you'll realize what it'sall about, and we all kind of made mistakes like i've lived. I think the house i'm living at now isthe fort house. I've lived at since i moved out that's in about six years, solike moving sucks so like when you want to move, you want to really move right,so yeah, that's a good good call on your end. There, like it's, a it's, ait's nice when we're starting to get to that age, where our personal experience is actuallystarting to mean something right like we're, not kids an absolutely, and i just so are you goingto make? I was just going to say that is such a nice and such a interesting thing to hear it kind ofmakes you feel semi in no surge, even though this is a present. But you knowit's interesting feeling to hear that someone say that about our generationor well. Our age of people, it's group of people, contert, i was just going tosay. Another thing is like you know. As we know, time flies and you know we can often get caught up inall these things that maybe don't really matter so much in the grandscheme of things, and you know especially now that you know the worldwe're living in. It's it's just everything. It's just crazy.It's a crazy world we're living in nowadays- and you know i mentioned thisto you guys just before this- and i was saying how, like i feel like a lot ofpeople are well, i mean i'd hope, i'd hope so, but i'd hope that a lot ofpeople take this whole lockdown thing andisolation in a lot more seriously and like sorry, i just i hope people can come out of this and startto appreciate. You know human interaction and just thesimple things in life, because we've been so restricted of all that kind ofstuff. For many months now- and it's you know, even if it's two months orone line for a two week, lockdown type of thing, you know they're, alwaysthey're, just they've been so constant and it's there's never been like a moment where i could feel like. Okay,we're we're on the right track. Now everything is getting better becausebefore you know it you're back into it again, yeah, that's a great point at and like,i think it's also highlighted the importance of being able to find something that hasgreat importance to that is less and less predicated on the external worldright like an out of our control. Our career is, and our personal growth isall good like these things are all really great, but even though theymight provide a sense of satisfaction, a sense of achievement, without that wemight not be able to move on to the next stage of our life. These are allthings that we're doing real contentment, real happiness. You knowreal everything else is based on what we're achieving, personally, that thedemons that we're fighting every day and beating the changes were making ourlife. The generational personality traits that we're using avoiding andmoving on from, like all these things, that's really the most important thinglike you could you could be a successful person on paper, but stillnot be happy at all. So i'm hope i'm hoping that's for me what i'm trying toextract from every day and it's really difficult to shift when you're. Youknow the basis of like for a long time. The basis of my happiness waspredicated off the things that i achieved right like and still is. Ihave an achieve fucking, nothing, so i can say as much i want right, but likei'm starting to realize that what i'm the opinion about myself and otherpeople that i formulate is much more important than the things that i do so i think, apart from also realigningthat and making sure where a sort of narrow path to talk about understandingthat the things that are outside of our control or the things that exist whenwe're not around like the show, must go on. If i get fired tomorrow, thisbusiness is still going to be here. It's an important part of my life, buti can't define you because you're just going to be subject to things you can'tcontrol yeah, that's a very good point, because it'svery easy to think that the word is wrapped around you and it is reallyegotistical in a way. But you know it's human nature. To think that i, like aavich nism, you know like it's s, not...

...it's yeah. It can be egotistical forshure, it's very natural tho yeah human day and is absolutely very natural. Soit's quite interesting because that happens very often, and that which isthe same thing that gets your way from focusing on the things that matter. Youknow with his relationships and stuff, because there's there's a little commonoccurrence that i hear betwit and i her catch myself saying those as well. Sothis is just kind of talking in regard to relationship. Right is often, let'ssay: if you know someone i you know had a close relationship with and now theydon't haven't, seen them put in as much effort or what not right i built thisinstantly creates ball of. Like you know of dread and, like you know, alittle anger towards them and like because i'm like you, you know well, imade the foland i did this. Did that and like you know, i want to cut themout of my life and what not so that's kind of cause to those thought patternsstart in your head, and you know what to be honest. Part of it is probablycorrect, because you want to cut out those coral or the junk that you don'tneed and people that are not adding value to it. But to be honest, maybebecause because it's the fact is, we don't know what's going on people'slife right. Maybe someone wants to keep your own, but you know once you're round, but just the factthat, like you know a they've been probably they probably just forgot, ormaybe they probably shouldn't forget, but let's say they did forget or, likeyou know, they've been busy life is all these things happen. You know it's beenpast a couple o years been challenging time. So all these challenges come up.You don't know how people are thinking because, like for example, i i'drecently been struggling to talk to people like i don't want to reply topeople. I don't take cold. Just because you know most of one of the bain reasonis because i've got nothing new to share with people and i've got like youknow. I just don't know what to say right. So it's interesting as war. Soyou see that you don't really want to talk to people and it's just like thesame thing, which is you know, do so it's interesting that that same thingcomes in because we are so self central. We end up, like you know, buildingthese walls with his career and what not you look at her. You go either oneor the other way one. You hate your job and you, you know, resent your forcesand stuff other words like well. You know this company will close if i don'tshow up tomorrow so to all those things are egocentric, but i think they areall well within our control to control those. So we can focus on the thingsthat matter with it. That's keeping your friendship healthy and you knowgoing you know, keeping your adventures alive and all those things because, assoon as those balances for a lot of full out- and you know that's when youstart to really lose the you know- lose that quality of life yeah. Sodepression is such a real thing and it manifests itself in people's lives in avery different way, and i know for me personally and most most researchpoints to three or four different things when someone is ever clinicallyor at least diagnosed in some form of aggression and like distancingthemselves and not being you know, we can all have days where we're not anormal selig but like if you normally like talking to people, and then youdon't want to talk to people like you might actually be depressed and it'snothing. It's nothing to there's nothing to be is nothing to feel badabout. It's just something to realize that hey like we actually have thisthing that you know. I don't feel great at the moment. It's not really my fault,it's the fact that i can't do what i normally do and everything else andit's just a call part of that broth and it all it always what it is. You knowyou've got mad people around you and we alwayshave a small group sometimes, but it's really great more group of peoplearound us who can give us a kick in the battle or cheer it up when we need it. Yeah. That's that's! What's so greatand that's what's so hard about like the divisiveness of the world we livingat the moment right like we're, just people are just so willing to servethose ties that maybe they developed for so many years based off. You know apoint of view or based off what people show people should or shouldn't act,and that's what's so a disheartening about. You know disheartening about the waypeople are interacting with themselves with each other. At the moment it'slike- and you know it's obviously based like we- don't have a lot of time to dowhat we normally do so we're forced to consume more media or whatever. It islike it's just hard, because it's like man, we were, at the end of the day,we're all human beings getting through the damnthing together and it sort ofbreaks my heart when people start to unravel and start to yeah you do. Youfeel like a sense of hostility from people and not knowing like not knowinghow to answer something who's. Actually, really, it's not a bad thing likesometimes that that is the answer, and then you can deal deeper and actuallyget into the way you're feeling and everything else so yeah. I don't ever feel like youshouldn't talk a bit because you don't have anything to say like like. If wedid that might we would have done about four podcast that i be all she writes absolutely. I know i agree. I think oneof the things i'm saying i'm not i don't mean like. I literally don't wantto talk to me. So it's not that you know i'm always really excited to dothis podcast, because i'm like fuck something to do right, but i'm told imore in terms of like you know, wanting to just socialize in general and, likeyou know, just to randomly call people and all those stuff that i used to dobefore that, i'm finding difficult, because you know there's nothing new,because you know someone i was talking...

...to before. I was so someone sayingbecause i was talking to actually. I was talking to a girl a couple of weeksago on paper. That's exactly right! That's another thing as well! You knowi was talking to this girl before we went in to lock down right- and i wasjust we just continued chatting- we at plan or move meaning up and what notright and but what happened was i realized it wasshe's like oh she's like oh, but i do a video call like chayah much. Does shecharge i can i can tell you that after thepodcast, that's okay, fifteen or ex description, all right, yeah, that'sright! So one of the things i one things i realized was like. I didn'twant to just go talk to her, because i was just like what she's like she knowme asked the question of like. So what did you get up to absolutely nothing like same thing asyesterday? You know so. After a while you just go yeah fuck this you know.Just this conversation is going nowhere kind of stuff. You know yeah or youjust get good at entry, the same question over and over again a good way.It was away. So i found a good way to answer. The question not having askedagain is actually break your day down. So i so i sort of eight o'clock i wokeup. I went to work from thunner. Five fregan traffic was terrible. I got homein about nine. Thirty had like literally be like that asshole. Thatdoes that and then bang they won't ask you anymore, good strite, i mean sometimes sometimeswe actually do more than we think it's just like shit. I just go. I don't knowlike what makes us things that we did nothing i mean. Obviously, if you sitdown on the couch- and he don't do anything- then were ten o thing- i didnothing but mind if it's work, it's work, absolutely don't want to talk o ot,yeah t'pol that more it's true, it's true,it's true, hey i've got a little vego a little. I mean it's, not a game, but gothis little thing, for we want to ask taranis questions as well: we've yeah, absolutely i'm getting throughthose questions. Man, i've got another questions back. I have those questionsthat open in front of me. So one of the things so we'll do this game.Terris. You know about this right, so it's called area of balances right. Ithink you remember yeah so so life. Essentially, if you think about it,it's divided into three c three main categories of right, so you gotexperience. So that's all the things that you experience in life and thenyou got growth like you know how you an a growth and progress and all thosethings and last when his contribution. So those are the three main aspects oflife that you have in you know in your living life thatyou've had you know so the they also include you know the psychologicalstuff and the physical and all those stuff right within those with don'tthose area within those charegites. We've got areas right so, for example,under experiences, we've got: love friendship, adventure, environmentunder growth, we've, good health and fitness, intelligent, intellectual lifeskills, spiritual life, you know well being- and you know well being sorry,wealth building, well being quality of life and career contribution. Grinsorry contribution is cause under contribution cause under courier andcreative life, family, community and life cole, as you do like you know, sothose are the things, so they are the areas of balance right. So what i windo is right, i'll. Ask you guys these questions right, and this is going tobe quick fire right and do not take too long to think about it, and you cananswer but one after each other and we'll see how what what the aces we getright and you have to go first right, yeah, yeah! So basically, you rate thenumber out of ten right, don't think about too much and i'm going to askthem in a random order, so you don't oriya so between one to ten. We how youfeel about your count situation with that particular area, right, love andrelationship somewhere between six and nine. Now i just say that definitely aten brother then awesome so all right, friendship, eight, seven, okay, okay plus you to you o. I ten now nowi'll go sometimes like your. You almost have to trust your cuttingsi, get let's go i'll, go e! It's a pretty good number! Eight okayadventure, six, six, lock predicated on lockdown,closing six! Sorry, i'm cheating, marve! Three! So, like your surroundings, youmay see so yeah. I don't clarify that one in the previous one, because it'sso ventura, i'm not really doing anything either yeah. So that could bethat's adventure. Environment is the way your living conditions, how youliving how you feeling about so ask you the question again: environment, five ough health and fitness, six, eight and a half lock intellectuallife. So that's the kind of things that you've been doing to you know...

...like basically read stuff, listen tointelligent, podcast things like at you, thinking, seven and a half eleven. I must be amazing right. It's good for atalk about it later it you life, spiritual, spirtual. Life is betterabout a six point. Five look! So i'd going to go eight and a half, but thedifference between eight and a half and ten is a long way. So it's a longjourney but eight half for sure. Okay, after that, we talked about well being general wellbeing, better six game, seven career that is seven and a half eightand a half point, seven maciste. When you said it in a half that wasalready yeah, i don't how a void all right, creative life, things that you're doingto you know how do you feel about your creativity and i want if you need to asalt now, why don't you answer last that i'm interested to hear some ofyour responses? Okay, so that's good! Do you want to do a couple? Maybe don'tdo all of them? Maybe do three or four that may be jumped out of you, okay!Well, i actually did this just before i'll. Give you some of the answersright. So i can tell the answers all right so for creative. I actually didfive yeah. I had five family life. Are you asking thequestion? Yeah yeah, yeah family life, six, six point: eight! We get crazy, now, seven, all right andlast, but no tis community. Are you feeling you know playing yourrole in community? Are you feeling part of the community once again, lucky number six ye'll goten on that one sweet! Well, that's a major differentlife. Look you're living the life, honest thro! I mean at the end of theday you know living in cough harbor, the stress and the fact that we're andi'm lucky enough to even be operating sort of a similar job in and outside oflockdown. But what happens when you live in a place like coffs or anywhereelse with a population is a lot smaller. You start to not feel like you'recaught up in the day today, grind and endless, and you sort of were able totake a step back and you're able to believe you at some of those stressesthat kind of inhibits you from doing the things that you want to do, and youcan just a certain amount of carnes, basically and you're, able to sort offigure out that things are most important in life. So i mean i can'trate the move and i like yeah, it lively saved my life so yeah to i'm sohappy. That's as if you had have asked me that shit two years ago, man like itwas a different story. So yeah it's been, it's been it's good man very good, but i can still be away better dad,like massively the reason i asked his rate. Ask thatquestion and kind of you know we're just talking about this as well rightthis couple of recent to first one was. This is a good measurement of like howare you viewing your life and the way you view your life is probably the wayhow happy you are in general terms, to speaking at any given moment right.Obviously, lockdown is probably inhibiting all of ours. It's like osnegative, a little bit a like a yeah for snaggs. It's almost a falsenegative right, but i can i can it's interesting enough, so i've got mythree numbers right so of because i did this. I do this every six months, rightso kind of see to keep a little tell you where i'm at right so with this is quite interesting thati found so i've got my initial base mark of what it was the baseline. Thisis from two thousand and nineteen april right, so my numbers were my lovingrelationship was eight friendship was eight adventure was seven environmentwith seven health and fitness was eight intellectual life, eight skills, ninespiritual life three, so that was kind of lacking wealth building. Five, sorry, well being five quality of live. Three, i don't knowwhy i thought by got of lives yeah it doesn't it yeah career career,eight, creative, live six family live six community, three life lot communitythree, so that was my baseline so and that was like total number of. Like youknow, i was, i was sitting in ninety or two other eded off two thousand and twothousand and twenty so in mid of middle two, then may ten, two thousand andtwenty so august later later so early august, it was loving relationship,three friendship, six. So all those just fell down, and this year i've justrealized the only thing that has really posted up. I still dropped on thosenumbers, and i feel like this is the kind of indication of extended lowdowns.Apart for the only thing that's really...

...kind of lifted for me was essentiallyfamily like because i moved in yeah, move back home and kind of like morecareer wealth, building those kind of things that lifted more in growth, no, where my experience hasstill kind of like lack in that area, because those experience literallyrelies on you experiencing thing at the moment. We can't so, i think, that'sinteresting, so yeah. It was really interest because the kind of a goodneed to get to the reason i want to bring this up. You guys, shoulddefinitely give u s a go and kind of keep telling you of how your life looksbecause you know whatever area is lacking, you can go. Oh, i need to workon this. You know yeah so and then that kind of keeps you in balance is areally interesting little yeah exercise wood when s trains like very measurableway, it's like you can see it exactly what's going on and i remember when itwas probably the back in so i was nearly three years ago. I was seeing apsychologist at the moment and she gave me a very similar sort of quiz andanswer and it was based off like you don't over analyze it because, when youstart to think is because i'm doing this because i'm doing it like justwhat's the gap feeling because you know like you know these sort of things outeven really having the delve deep and even say, or you know it's a seven, butnormally it's a non. It's like what is it a seven or not? Is there anythingthat anything from that that jumps out to you tess? I mean well clearly, i'mnot in the. I don't feel like i'm in the best sort of position as far aswhere i am in my life right now, cause you're in the eesa there's beenso many changes that i've kind of come across for the love for the last littlebit and i feel like i'm struggling to find anysort of rhythm in any aspect of my life. You know from health and fitness loveand relationships, family and community, and all these things that you mention,i think, i'm finding yeah a bit of a bit of difficulty in finding a nicebalance, or you know just in general, like just having a bit of a routine like. I feel like i'mall over the place, and you know i'm i'm kind of kind of struggling withlike a lot of different things in my life and all those things have beenheightened because, as you said, wearing this lock down, so it's justmade all everything worse and i know for a short now for sure that, likei've done this test, because i do an eg actually got me to do it before, and ican think back to that time- and i already know off the top of my head-that i was doing a lot better compared to the numbers that i just gave you now.I've actually got through answers for that. Do you want me to read it yeaaagood, so last time this was in a in this is going to show him. This isgoing to shock him april, two thousand and nineteen you rated love andrelationship before to day you rated at for so now move there. So that's not dobad right, friendship, you rated at five to day you read it at eight yeahadventure, you rated at five and today you read it at six: okay, environment,you rated her five today, you rate it at three rightso environment, that'sfair enough coin: nineteen right health and fitness you rated at three to dayyou written at five intellectual life you writ in at five today, you writinat five six skills. You rated at six today, you written at seven point fivecareer. You rated at four today, you reachin at seven point five: creative life. You write that two today you lated at six and communiafamily you retade six to day you rita, six and community life. You write thatseven point five, so six and last time you reach a to you act, your life isactually improved, yeah and, i think, like i think it's because when i gaveyou those numbers now, i'm basing it off not necessarily like the situationthat i mean in this present moment, but more so where i am in my life at thisstage and i think i've we obviously from from that point up until now. I'vedefinitely made some. You know improvement in those areas of my life,but i think it's just right now. The reason why maybe some of those are abit lower than you know how i scored them previously is just because of theunfortunate situation that we're in nowadays, so everything just seems abit more harder and yeah for your look and look and that kind of proves whatyou said about being a full negative right. So this is really interestingbecause it really is just essentially proving that some of it is false.Negative yeah and i think ow so like out comparison, often oventimes, goes into a situation where we sit. We don't think we thinkabout ever externally the way other people are doing all the way that wepotentially should be doing, but i think a good way to answer thesequestions is almost like. How am i doing compared? How is my adventurecompared to a year ago? How is my social compared to a year ago? How ismy relationships compared to a year ago and heale, and that's the ideaa yeah?That's the idea of doing this exorcise,...

...so that's the whole reason totally andthe feelings, the feeling of like that discomfort of like feeling like we'renot doing enough for we're not like, like we just feel very stressed likethat, we're not achieving the what we should want to, or were just strugglinga lot like that sum that is so like what we need to do like. We need tohave that almost and it's like really it sucks that it has to be this way,but we almost need to have that sense of like that were swimming and thenthat we're like our heads nearly going under water like that sense of like oh,my gosh like this, is almost unbearable. That's like really that's the bestthing for personal growth and sort of realigning where we need toposition like our priorities and that sort ofthing so like it is freaking hard and it sucks at it's that hard. But if it'snot that hard, then it's actually really a good thing that it's happeningnow and not later on in life like mid life. Crisis has happened for a reasonthis, because i don't think people go through enough of those sort of testingmoment so yeah. That's. That was a really good exercise. I reckon yeah.Definitely i think it's worth doing if tosti try keeping score and because,like you said you know, you can compare yourself, and this is one way you canactually compare to yourself. I tell it good beautiful questions, foryou right is ing more fun. We promise this sounds more bit more fun andbecause and then we'll get to a conclusion of this podcast, where wetalk about how we shouldn't waste time, which is essentially kind of leadingall distort right yeah. So we lit on question meaning of life and we thosequestion five, five, easy questions right and then a bonus question. I iand we pay it look at look out right, no question number one! You can answer this as deep as you like,or a surface level as you like question number one. How do you take your coffee?Definitely not black. I don't think i can handle that. I have to add somecreamer into it. Look in i mean i wish i could say that i take it black, butin every single instance that i've tried it it's just it's too otherpowering for me. I tell you what, though, once you go, black yeah go backbaby, but something you could not all built for that. You know what some ofus have built different. So i appreciate exactly food. I fed up to er to is and we're getting into thewarmer months and a starbucks ice, the long black, with a little bitof sugar free, caramel mat. We don't have star, maybe maybe, if starbuck uphere i'll, be scoring a few more tens in that category. I tell you that muchboys, but a colombra right number. Two. What's your thought on the flat earththeory, bushin ha. Anyone in their right mind willfucking know that it's not flat. It's just it's not! You know you look at thescience of things and, like oh you're, going to be like o. What's a sow interence well, i can't tell you of the top of my head with the sciences, butjust from fucking what you see on the internet after doing research, and notjust literally believing everything you see, you know it's pretty easy torealize that it's not flat, it's not yeah and you can talk about like thedimensions and all that kind of stuff and yeah. It's not like. I mean in thatshow. That's why that's my inters, not la okay sounds good. You know! What'sfunny there was, i always do was talk about this because i always find thisso funny in the documentary that flat a theris made themselves, and then theydid this test yea organization. If the flowers was flat, they themselves foundit wasn't flat, so they entered the document. I m surprised, i didn't ayeah. I know it's halero all right. What is the most embarrassing memoryyou have embarrassing memory could be a childhood thing could be.You know, you're a young fellow something that jumps out honestly. Like a t, i have a love and arelationship with these kind of questions because it's like i know ihave something that's super embarrassing, but i just can't think ofit any more like it's only embarrassing in that moment and then, like later on.I just forget about it. So that's why i can never recall those moments, but ijust know that. Let me tell you this there's this onetime, and i can't tell you word for word just because i literally can'tremember, but i know it's got to do with like sending messages to like girls and whatnot and accidentally saying somethingreally stupid, and you just feel that real cringe kind of like puck. Why didi do that? That's going to be so awkward. You know that on a feeling, i've definitely sent a few of thosekind of messages in my in my lifetime, and i think those are superembarrassing when they happen, so i say so don't or i've been there for thesometimes you re you raise at the message wrong like or that's the hardpart of that like the word is like don't understand, the context of waywas written and i'm like oh man, i'm on to something here and then it'scompletely like howe the hell. Did you...

...get there, i'm like a fuck yeah, butthat happens that has happened to be some time is no funny, i'm like. Oh,what did they say and i'm actually completely undead something by mymind's just under how? How about that time, when you lined up like a what was it like? A three likeit was like a two girls and us two who were going to mate up with them yet andthen we're going to go to more park. Golf range driving, ran yeah and overthe double day, yea a double day and he had lined up and then they last nearsaid they were not going to come and then, like you know when, if you'reanyone in the dating scene, you know that it's all the game- and you knowit's people- are just playing the game, so you know, and he and i will think itout like. Oh yeah, we just don't reply or say this, you know so that we canfinish and then i accidentally sent a sad face. Mojo. On that moment, we were like buck. Whydid we do that? Because it makes us feel so bate like it made us feel likeso insignificant in that moment, because it was like we were these twoguys who were going to meet up with these girls and they said no, and thenwe just like fucking, sent a sad face. O morgy like we were, but hot rods likeit was just. It was just such a bad feeling. It was so weird and it wasjust so embarrassing were like, and then we just shut. We just literallypowered his phone off and like fuel. You know what's funny, though, now thati think about, i don't even give a shit, but at the moment i want to throw myfin in that's what i'm saying like that's, why i forget a lot of thesethings is because, like in the moment, it's so like so big and it's just likefar out and then you end up just forgetting it, which is the best part,because you don't have to relieve that moment, text or making me lo, really thatreally that you know. Obviously anyone moves out a sorry to cut you off. Soit's really interesting about that right so like and it's not the exactsame situation, but like say if you have a really traumatic experienceright like, and you can never forget this for the rest of your life becauselike well, it's like it leaves an imprint at me. So there's actuallythey've done research on quarters on levels in your body and if your callersor o levels are really high like some and adrenaline, some people black outof they go crazy if it really stressful moment or whatever else, but they foundthat there's a certain level right and i do can remember exactly what it is,but for easy understanding. Zero, o hundred right from sixty five to ahundred quarters, all you're going to remember this thing from like fifty tothirty five, where you sort of feel like a little bit of stress or a littlebit of like my heart racing. Sometimes that perfect amount of cause all has animpact on our nervous system and like the way it goes up to our brain andaffects our memory. It's actually designed that way because think aboutif you're, like back in the long time ago, when you're like in you knowfarther flight modes where you're doing stuff to survive the certain thingsthat you need to remember, because next time you know, if i deal with a beastor an animal, i need to remember what hell what it's like and there's otherthings where it's like. If i don't need to remember that because doesn't havean impact on me, so then we're able to measure measure certain carters alllevels or at during lending conjunction recorders or and when it's really lowor at a certain point you actually don't have a way of remembering it,because it's not it hasn't been important to our nervous system. Likeit's fucking praising and some things. I wonder, i know yeah and there's nowonder. I never remembered those lectures that you yeah exactly rightway. You get a little bit stressed because you're like fuck, i don't knowwhat i'm doing and if he asked me a question, i'm going to get embarrassed,but an it's like. If you don't actually get the question, ask to you, youactually don't give a shit. You know what i mean yeah, that's. Why, and ithink that's one part i've noticed about me personally. Growing up isthose things that i used to get affected by them so badly as a kidright like i would be so stressed out like oh my gosh, like i'm soembarrassed now, nothing happens like now. It's like in order for me toremember something it has to be like pretty bad. Like i probably shit, mylike i've tried to check a fart and then i've shit myself, like that's abad one. You know what i mean everything else you just water for thatback in ways exactly a younes got another one question to use ready. Whatis your, what is your boss proudest moment in life or what are you most proud of in life? I think it's probably the mentalitythat i've kind of developed, which is ninety the that i mean it's a bit of a meme, butyou know the whole stay had dog david, dogans type of mentality. It like asfunny as it is like with all the means around it. It's dead as true. You know,like i've, learned so much just from sort of a law like importing that thatstatement. You know like the having that dog mentality and staying hard,and it's just about like as another guy that i follow me there as he says,embracing the suck you know like in these difficult times. You know justputting yourself in the most uncomfortablle situations and reallyreally challenging yourself and seeing...

...just what you're capable of because alot of the time you know a lot of us are people capable of doing so much,but we just don't know because we never put ourselves in the position to everfind out, and so that's why. I think i love that like about me and and thefact that i think that's what i'm most proud about is because i think, withoutthat i would have never achieved a lot of things that i have achieved now, andyou know it's yeah. I definitely. I definitely think that's my proudest proudest thingabout myself because yeah i don't know where i would be if i didn't kind of bring that in that's beautisome, essentially yeahmental toughness. You know, i appreciate that. That's awesome, goodanswer all right next question: what do you want to improve on or remove yourremove from your life in the next ten years? What do i want to improve on? I thinkyou know another thing: what do you want to add to your life or what do youin a footpaths as for sore? Just because you know i know, get my parentsoff my back and not just that. You know i'm at a point in my life, where iwouldn't i wouldn't mind cuddling up with someone. You know: that's not yourmate, so one of the boring tam. So so why or why? When i want to grab myrate of lopha and you get in you and wait, sorry say the question again:i just what do you want to improve on or addin your life or remove from your life in the next ten years? Oh yeah, so yeah.I think the whole love and relationships for me personally, ithink that's been an area where i've always tread lightly on or like being afraidof certain things and yeah. So i could definitely use some improvements thereand also, i think, cutting off people that don't had value to my life once orever. And you know i've taken steps towards that already by just simply unfollowing people that i literally don't interact with or just yet bottom line.Don't add any value to my life because it's it's like what's the point ofhaving them around, if you know like they don't support you or they don'tthey just literally there just a waste of space book. So you know like it doesn't matter howi've met these people, or you know i might have worked with them for acouple months or a year or i might have met them through this person or thatperson and in the moment we would have gone along, which is why we kind ofconnected through social media and all this kind of stuff. But at the end ofthe day i asked myself the question i was like you know: do these people arethey going to be there in those times of need where, when i like am down onmy knees, begging for like i don't know, i justneed some some saving. That's so deep you could you could cut that souyou cutthat piece of audio? That's the name. That's actually that'sthe name of the podcast that right there, but no yeah. I think, cuttingout all those people that i think well won't add any value to my life,because it's just you know i don't want to. I don't want to surround myselfwith that kind of stuff and it brings another saying like you are, who yousurround yourself with you know like you're, a product of your environment.So if i constantly have these, you know, and especially now that i'm always onmy phone and the whole digital, i work in that industry as well, so like i'malways seeing stuff on a screen and if, if a lot of what i'm seeing on thescreen is things that are adding value to my life, you know, then, what's thepoint of even having it there, it's just it's just junk. You know, so ithink that's something that i'd also like to improve on is just removing people or things that don't add anyvalue to my life whatsoever. Yeah i mean, as hard trait sounds. I thinkit's so important because otherwise you're just going to be caught up inthis. Oh yeah, but, like you know, they're still, nice, and this that andsure yeah they probably are still nice and if you see them on the street,they'll probably say hi and you might have a little conversation. But i mean still for me: there isn't anyreason for me to have them. You know in that sort of circle thatimmediate circle that i have around me yeah you go through that experience ofdealing with ever a negative outcome or an experience, but you have with them alack of viability or you just have like this awakening moment when you realizethey're actually there for me they're their personal reasons or selfishreasons, and then, but you only get that knowledge, wisdom andunderstanding. That's why, when i was young, my parents would tell me all mydad in particular wal tell me to stop hanging out with this person and i'llbe like why you don't know them it's like. Yes, they do know them. For fortyyears he's be dealing with people like that they're just a kid like it's james,brothas gems, in the older we get the more we turn into our parents, so yeah.That's a good answere, yeah, h, good at...

...the end of the day, voice as someonewho may or may not have had a little bit of success with one or tworelationships. I've had the most important thing and it soundsreally easy and obvious is to be yourself blah blah blah. I don't youknow, be myself, that's great advice, but when you've, actually a truly beingyourself like the thoughts of like or how is thisperson going to take this, or do i have to say this or that don't actually comeinto your mind because you're, just your being yourself in that situation,you're answering the questions right, like you're, putting yourself out therein the right way. So if that person isn't reciprocating anything back atyou that you like it just means they're, not the right person for you. So ithink we we always get caught up in trying to change who we think we shouldbe to make that other person happy and at the end of the day. Even if you getthat person in a year or so is time when you guys aren't compatible tobecause you weren't honest with yourself at the start and you're, bothtoo beautiful human being. So you guys will get there and you'll get there ina big way and the beautiful thing about being a little bit older when you findthat person is a thing to move so quickly within a year like your life isset, so it'll come lads, it will come my man, so i've got another questionand i actually i've got to more one more question before the bullesquestion. We're got a big quest in the carby. Just just be questions to comeright here. So this question is oh, this is this. Is you're gonna have toanswer this in shop and i gonna have to answer this in a quick fire way right.I don't want you to think too much about it. I don't want you to drakottway and hand a gun. The okay you've got sixty seconds to answer this questionand i'll tell you when you're reaching fifty seconds or sir. Where do you see yourself in the nextten years, and so the date in the i so we're talking about september, eleven,two thousand and thirty one next time in the ten years time to day were soseptember? What does your life look like? What does it like? Your life looklike and who you are two sand, and so can we just quickly do some mass? Howold will i be in that? That's in that ahow old? Will you be so you are twentyfive you'll be thirty, five f! Thirty, five! Twenty five now shit.Your time start! No, i think korea wise the start. I would i see myself workingfor myself in some capacity. You know i might still be working foran employer, but i think i think at that point. I want to have somethingthat i for myself that i've got going on a side from just working for someoneand hopefully that 'll mean that i'm pretty financially stable and i'm goodin that area. So that's that's! Obviously a big and important thingthere. I would like to think that i would havesomebody there with me as well, like a wife or a girlfriend. You've got thirty seconds left so yeahi'd like to have a best case scenario, a wife and kids. You know because i'vealways wanted to be a family, and i a h husband and a father, so yeah- andhopefully you know all these well with my family and their health is good andthey're happy and things are gone, swelling that end and same with mymates. Hopefully, i'm my mates are healthy and happy and you know they'reall they're all doing well with their careers and- and i think that's that'sreally it i just want to be. You know financially stable, happy families.Good friends are good and i think at the end of they that all that's that'sall i want and that's your type, what i mean that's good, o a man i like i likeif we clip that sixty seconds and put it on a few dating abs, manhole bejaging no time for sure ewell all right hold on ex o that i think that was good.It was good and the reason i put the time restriction there is becauseotherwise we start thinking about what we want and all those things yeah,there's good, sub, good, serious, real answer all right to wrap off the bonusquestion. This is a big one. A lukanon ask his question. I mascart's aterrible drum roll. It is no o. I've got drummer for this. Let me let megive you drums, trug drubs, that's a joke! My great all! Right,let's go! Let's go i tarente semot. How big is your panis? You know what it's probably about like just under sneaks, that's good! That's a great answer!Connor great that avoided it and he's sort of half entered it. So iappreciate the honest i like wat honestly. Like it, gentlemen, it's look.I fuck i'd be lying. If i said i was packing a mad one now for sure, i thinki d ut there wish they could be back in that, but the reality is. It doesn'tseem to be that case. Unless you got a darker complexion, then you you justgot everything going sedate ahead. At the end of the day,aon grade...

...you don't grade a trade. His ability onthe size of his tours is ability that use the tall efficiently. So iappreciate that very much. That's it. That's it all right. Wellthat note anyone want to try answering the main question: what is the meaningof life, terence, as our special guest, the meaning of life? I think at the endof the day, if i would have pin pointed down to one word, i'd say connection, that's big, like it i'd, say connectionand you know connection between people connection with fucking the earthconnection with animals. I don't know just connection yeah. I think- and ithink i've come to learn that first hand now being alone for a period oftime. You know like i look forward like i get so happy justtalking to people and like seeing people and and just those simplepleasures that i often takes for granted and and yeah. I think i thinkto me: that's that's what the meaning of life is just connection, becausewithout that you know, it'd be pretty rough and nemi. That is a damn that is a heck of an it's a connection. That's a one word,my that is a coffee back that is outstanding, put that on the shit, butit ane o that i go. Oh, i don't think i could top that, but ithink i'm going to try answering that in my weird way. I think the meaning oflife lies somewhere within the answer the terrets gave and also you know,also within living, a certain living, a certain way where you know you exploreand you kind of cut em. I can't do that. That's no goodanswer anything! I look at think about it. Good you go back to a yeah. It really is like you. Could youcover everything in it? You could be. You could be like you know that thebottom of the barrel, but if you had somebody there that you're that youcould just connect with and just talk to like you, don't realize how powerfula conversation can be and just feeling like you're, not alone, you know- andit's just so powerful and that's why you know that's why i say that is because without connection then fuckingthere's no, what is life if you're not connecting with anyone? What is life?That is true. That is true, that's a head. I think i absolutely i think in alittle bit more philosophical way. I think it is true. You know it's yourconnection with your the life to friends, people god and all theseeveryone, i think it is connection, is fairly good answer. I think it's also,i think a big part of the meaning of an series- and this does come underconnection is- is playing a role in life livingessential, essentially making an impact on the word that you were born into.You know improving this improving the worldaround you and you know improving the people's life around you and all thosethings, and i think you know leaving the word better than you found. It iswhat i feel like what i make the meaning of life for me, but i think connection doesvery much kind of over kind of connection does literally over archesthat so yep man. That is beautiful. I think, like, i think, for me, origin yeah, that's right right! So ithink the origin, so i think the meaning goes back to origin right, soit goes back to by yeah. So it goes back to the way haling started so yeahabso, the meaning, the meaning of something, is the way it was startedright so like. Why was that thing created? So if it's true that we wereactually created, then our meaning would be found in a creator. So if wewere created beings that our meaning of life would be found in our creator andthen if we actually have a creator, then that's our connection right there so yeah. How did it all begin, then?We'll find our answer: if it's true that we are created, then that's ouranswer. If it's somewhere else that it's somewhere else, but you go back tothe start and then you'll find the meaning for sure and that's everything nice well, it is pretty good. Thar was three somethree their boys big plan, so yeah, it's good, hey. I do want to quicklytouch on one more thing, and this is what kind of a tan started in terms youcan say something at them. I know this is his time being have been rough oneveryone. This whole cobi nighten situation. I do, and i anterson kind oftouched on it, so this kind of gave me the little padway to start, and you canquickly talk about this as all before we wrap up this podcast is that iyou're right. I do truly hope once we come out of this block down a must. Wecome out of this situation. People do value other people more and, like yousaid, people do finally realize it is about connections and that connection,even if that connect kind of collection could be whether is with your god orwhether it's with earth and everybody. I think it's very much so t realizingrealizing the fact that having the...

...freedom to choose to do things is huge,and so many people struggle with that, and we don't take that s. Take that forgranted, because when you talk about things like you know, for example, youtwo were talking about mental toughness right. I was just thinking that thecrazy thing is even choosing to place yourself in tough places is a choicewhen that choice gets taken away. Even that kind of you know no longer apply,so it's in in it's incredible, absolutely there's some there's so manydifferent things that you feel so that impact your life because of thethis little look down that hole. This all this situation that thiscoronaviruses situation has brought us into. So i do think people all aroundthe. Where have you learned something from them? If anything, because youknow, i think if this whole situation, you know it's costing the word billionsand trillions of dollars, you know people losing jobs and people dying ifthere's anything that we can gain out of. That is that it's not to take lifea granted, and you know and live, live at, live happy and at the best of yourabilities, as you can yeah and find find happiness that i find sustainablehappiness right, not something that's predicated on it, hosteria world, sobeautiful. I love it just real quick. I just want to thinkof this quote. I actually saw it on tiktok yeah a bad, but it was as it was a turtle. It wasactually a turtle saying an animated turtle, but it was is a true quote. Idon't it sounds really weird, but basically the line goes yesterday wasthe past to morrow he's a mystery, and today is the present. Oh, you know whothat turtle was that was from sailing and from the santanna that was prenantyesterday was the past to morrow is a mystery, and today is the present something along those lines yeah, andit was just i thought it was. It was really like it's pretty simple, but itwas just so true. I was like yeah at leas, mystery becaue, i don't knowwhat's gonna appen tomorrow yesterday was the past, because it is happened,and today is the present, because it's right now, so that's only thing we knowis right. Now we can definite that's the one day we should be leaving, whichis a sad, but because we often were not yeah who s o. It's all ye we're twentyfive years. Young boys there's plenty plenty of great episodes and times tocalm. So in regards to episode number thirty, two thank you lies so much forlistening in i'm sure, there's a couple of old, faithful, battlers that arestill slug in a way and for that one person that fought it out, the name of gout podcastshould have in the us podcast. I don't appreciate you, and i know where youlive, i'm coming for you, but regardless, where was this? Let's put this off camera, it is whatit is. Sometimes the energy is not meant to be put in that situation, butnow old, jokes aside, we love you very much terence. Maybe the best episode wecould have had was the one that nearly didn't happen at all, so to so many trast's. That's he a boy soyeah before we finished today, we'll think about a good, just a good titlefor the show. But anyway, an ecti want to wrap up with our with our old,faithful man end up potentially shouting out any sponsors of the show, yes sounds good. Thank you forlistening to the show. This has been the episode, the two of the cleptopodcast. We almost do that fifty and anyone who's been coming along for thejourney. Thank you so much and there's been a couple of people. Who've beenlistening to the show religiously and a couple of mean comments. You know weown to you, so i just just watch out. What's your back buddy, what's yourback? This is spin the episode three two and, let's not forget you canalways download race, and so, if you want to save money and check it out,check it up and ask us for the code, you can find us on instagram facebookand all the shows social suport. You also listen to the claethes podcast onour website. The club with tim is podcast com in surcies book youtube, aswell as on teacher and all of you about podcast. Wherever and once a get back, o. Listen, o t.

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