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Characteristics Of True Men And Women
Date: 18.7.18
First and foremost, I'm 41 years old right now and I've been on this journey of understanding communication, spirituality, life, and my mind. I've been trying to figure out what the fuck is going on just like you have. 

I'm sure if you're watching me, you've been sitting around going like, "What the fuck is going on here?" At 20 years old, I completely quit school. Now, I'm 41. So think about it, 21 years ago. I completely quit school. At 21, I opened up my own business, [Inaudible]. And for eight and a half years, I was completely broke. I could not afford anything, I couldn't afford a burrito. That's how I was. I was in debt, I didn't have enough students, broke as fuck. However, when I was broke in money, I became very rich in time. I have a lot of time on my hands all day. I afforded myself a lot of time. In the morning, my friends would go to college, my cousins would go to college. Everybody went to college. I drive to my business, which was a martial arts academy. I would go and I would sit there, play music, practice martial arts. When you practice martial arts by yourself, you can only go for so long before it gets really fucking boring. Let's say I would go from like 10 AM to 11 AM. Let me take a little break and then sit around and I got to read. I got to do something so I started reading. I could only read for so long before I would really get bored out of my fucking brain. Then I was like, "I'll just meditate." I meditated for like 5 to 10 minutes or what I thought was meditation, I got bored. Go back to training. This shit would go on until 3 or 4 PM which was going to be my first class, but I didn't have any fucking students. I'd open the door and I'd sit there waiting for people to fucking arrive. Nobody arrives, what do I do? Read, meditate, fucking do martial arts, or try to figure some shit out. That was my fucking life for a very long time. While I had no money, I had a lot of time, which is funny because now that I have money, I try to buy time with it. Fucking weird. I was broke and I had all the time in the world. Now, I have money and I use my money to buy time. People can do shit for me or I'll pay more for something just so I have a little bit more time to myself. What a fucking trip. That time afforded me up until today a certain lifestyle. 
 
All of our ancient philosophers in ancient times, they'd sit around and look at the tree and they would ponder these questions like, "Why is one leaf more green than another one? Why is that one yellow? If the leaf dies, does the tree die? What is the whole tree? Is the tree the root?" They had time to sit there and think without worrying about paying taxes too much or without worrying about too many things. They had other people who sat with them and talked. We had a group of philosophers that would sit there and have a dialogue with each other about like, "Where the fuck do we come from?" or, "Is it right to be just an honorable?" or, "What's truth?" or, "How do we know if we're immortal?" These questions, people talked about it. Today, if you begin to talk about it, it's a little bit weird.

The times have changed. It's more important to talk about maybe things that we don't care about so much. How do we know this? We listen to the music. The music of a culture tells us what's happening with the youth of the culture because the youth are the people that buy the music. It's a fact. Right now, we take a look at the current music and everybody can hear what the music sounds like. First of all, our rappers. We can't even hear what they're saying anymore. We can't even understand what the fuck is going on. Then shit has become so fucking colorful and so loud that there's no real fucking message besides be colorful and loud, but it's not the whole message.  
 
Now, the music tells you a different story. Also, the conversations that people have. I want you to think right now the last five or six conversations you had. Think about it. Now, just ask yourself this: When was the last important conversation you've had? The last dialogue that you had with somebody that really uplifted you or with something of importance to you, think about it. Like you exchange ideas and you walked away, you were like, "That's something to think about." If on a daily basis, you have not engaged in some kind of an idea that makes you go like, "That's a perspective worth looking at." That's the clue, by the way. You talk to somebody or you read something or you watch something or you hear something that makes you go like this, "Well, that's an interesting way to look at something, maybe I should consider it." 
 
Now, I want you to try this. Have you considered any mind-expanding thoughts recently? Anything that might slightly challenge your idea of reality? I'll give you one. This Instagram that I follow. I found this fucking guy. Somebody tagged me on some shit. I don't know if he's a Mexican or what the fuck this guy is. He just writes the most brilliant shit. I'm just like, "Wait, what?" Of course, I'm going to shout him out very soon. I wanted to engage with him first and see how it would be. Every day, I'm excited to watch what this guy writes. He writes shit that makes me go, "Hmm... I'm going to try looking at it like that." I'll give you an idea that came across today. I mean, I've come across it before but he was applying it, and I thought it was pretty cool. Here's an idea. I want you guys to try something. Everything that you see on the planet from fruit to people to water to everything is somehow

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Characteristics Of True Men And Women
Date: 18.7.18
First and foremost, I'm 41 years old right now and I've been on this journey of understanding communication, spirituality, life, and my mind. I've been trying to figure out what the fuck is going on just like you have. 

I'm sure if you're watching me, you've been sitting around going like, "What the fuck is going on here?" At 20 years old, I completely quit school. Now, I'm 41. So think about it, 21 years ago. I completely quit school. At 21, I opened up my own business, [Inaudible]. And for eight and a half years, I was completely broke. I could not afford anything, I couldn't afford a burrito. That's how I was. I was in debt, I didn't have enough students, broke as fuck. However, when I was broke in money, I became very rich in time. I have a lot of time on my hands all day. I afforded myself a lot of time. In the morning, my friends would go to college, my cousins would go to college. Everybody went to college. I drive to my business, which was a martial arts academy. I would go and I would sit there, play music, practice martial arts. When you practice martial arts by yourself, you can only go for so long before it gets really fucking boring. Let's say I would go from like 10 AM to 11 AM. Let me take a little break and then sit around and I got to read. I got to do something so I started reading. I could only read for so long before I would really get bored out of my fucking brain. Then I was like, "I'll just meditate." I meditated for like 5 to 10 minutes or what I thought was meditation, I got bored. Go back to training. This shit would go on until 3 or 4 PM which was going to be my first class, but I didn't have any fucking students. I'd open the door and I'd sit there waiting for people to fucking arrive. Nobody arrives, what do I do? Read, meditate, fucking do martial arts, or try to figure some shit out. That was my fucking life for a very long time. While I had no money, I had a lot of time, which is funny because now that I have money, I try to buy time with it. Fucking weird. I was broke and I had all the time in the world. Now, I have money and I use my money to buy time. People can do shit for me or I'll pay more for something just so I have a little bit more time to myself. What a fucking trip. That time afforded me up until today a certain lifestyle. 
 
All of our ancient philosophers in ancient times, they'd sit around and look at the tree and they would ponder these questions like, "Why is one leaf more green than another one? Why is that one yellow? If the leaf dies, does the tree die? What is the whole tree? Is the tree the root?" They had time to sit there and think without worrying about paying taxes too much or without worrying about too many things. They had other people who sat with them and talked. We had a group of philosophers that would sit there and have a dialogue with each other about like, "Where the fuck do we come from?" or, "Is it right to be just an honorable?" or, "What's truth?" or, "How do we know if we're immortal?" These questions, people talked about it. Today, if you begin to talk about it, it's a little bit weird.

The times have changed. It's more important to talk about maybe things that we don't care about so much. How do we know this? We listen to the music. The music of a culture tells us what's happening with the youth of the culture because the youth are the people that buy the music. It's a fact. Right now, we take a look at the current music and everybody can hear what the music sounds like. First of all, our rappers. We can't even hear what they're saying anymore. We can't even understand what the fuck is going on. Then shit has become so fucking colorful and so loud that there's no real fucking message besides be colorful and loud, but it's not the whole message.  
 
Now, the music tells you a different story. Also, the conversations that people have. I want you to think right now the last five or six conversations you had. Think about it. Now, just ask yourself this: When was the last important conversation you've had? The last dialogue that you had with somebody that really uplifted you or with something of importance to you, think about it. Like you exchange ideas and you walked away, you were like, "That's something to think about." If on a daily basis, you have not engaged in some kind of an idea that makes you go like, "That's a perspective worth looking at." That's the clue, by the way. You talk to somebody or you read something or you watch something or you hear something that makes you go like this, "Well, that's an interesting way to look at something, maybe I should consider it." 
 
Now, I want you to try this. Have you considered any mind-expanding thoughts recently? Anything that might slightly challenge your idea of reality? I'll give you one. This Instagram that I follow. I found this fucking guy. Somebody tagged me on some shit. I don't know if he's a Mexican or what the fuck this guy is. He just writes the most brilliant shit. I'm just like, "Wait, what?" Of course, I'm going to shout him out very soon. I wanted to engage with him first and see how it would be. Every day, I'm excited to watch what this guy writes. He writes shit that makes me go, "Hmm... I'm going to try looking at it like that." I'll give you an idea that came across today. I mean, I've come across it before but he was applying it, and I thought it was pretty cool. Here's an idea. I want you guys to try something. Everything that you see on the planet from fruit to people to water to everything is somehow

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