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Trevor Noah ON: For People Who FEEL LOST In Life, WATCH THIS To Find Yourself | Jay Shetty

  • Жарияланды 2023 ж. 6 Ақп.

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  • katlyn garcia
    katlyn garcia 2 ай бұрын +1589

    "The only thing scarier than accepting who we are is accepting that we don't know who we will be when we let go of the things that have made us who we are today."

    • Nelisiwe Vuyana
      Nelisiwe Vuyana 12 күн бұрын

      Beautiful interview… learnt quite a lot

    • Imani Clark
      Imani Clark 13 күн бұрын

      That is scary but exciting at the same time

    • Jennifer Forsyth
      Jennifer Forsyth 15 күн бұрын

      mind blow!

    • Flora M Brown
      Flora M Brown 20 күн бұрын

      Yes! Takes courage and faith.

    • Samson Iyayi
      Samson Iyayi 23 күн бұрын

      That thought Kathyn is deep. I have been afraid of growing into a better version of myself.

  • NNair
    NNair Ай бұрын +450

    This is the magic that happens when two insightful, enlightened people converse! That there was a free counselling session for us listeners🙏🏼

    • Lorna Houston
      Lorna Houston 23 күн бұрын +1

      Yes! Fantastic interview that is really a conversation that is giving us so many insights into ourselves. We'll done Jay!

    • Flora M Brown
      Flora M Brown Ай бұрын

      Absolutely! Powerful!

    • Carla Samuels
      Carla Samuels Ай бұрын


    • ratna pandjaitan
      ratna pandjaitan Ай бұрын +2

      Can’t agree more.

    • Genevra Jean
      Genevra Jean Ай бұрын +5

      Yes, exactly my thoughts! So beautiful

  • Tomas Anderson Gallagher
    Tomas Anderson Gallagher Ай бұрын +282

    This aging Vietnam Vet feels grateful that somehow I found this discussion with Trevor & Jay. It made me look deeper into myself, the good, bad and ugly and how I can become a better human being. A very challenging time over the last several years that has tested all of us. Feel more than ever that kindness, love, truly listening to others can break down the walls between completely diverse people on this small planet of ours.

    • Maria Joao de Oliveira Pegado
      Maria Joao de Oliveira Pegado 14 күн бұрын

      Good luck with your new self. 😎🐦🍀

    • Elizabeth Alexander
      Elizabeth Alexander 20 күн бұрын

      i know. Trevor is amazing as is Jay.

    • solange henry
      solange henry 21 күн бұрын

      @seeta bocage ik ook 😢😢uit school en o😢😢😮😮😢is het🎉😢😢 in 🎊 iOS in het begin 😮is het is is dat je niet 🎉😮😢😢🎉🎉😢😢of 😢😢😢🎉😢 uur😢😢😢😢😢😮😮😮😢😮😢😢😢🎉😊😮😮😢😮😮😮😢😮😢😮😢🎉

    • haqqika Bridges
      haqqika Bridges Ай бұрын

      Appreciation for Sara within the context of this conversation

    • seeta bocage
      seeta bocage Ай бұрын +1

      As a middle aged woman, I feel comfortable that there are young folks like Jay and Trevor in a world to provide insight, guidance, wisdom to others.

  • dossube
    dossube Ай бұрын +78

    Man, I can watch these two brilliant minds converse for 10 hours straight. Love the fact you both asking each other questions and honoring the answers. This is fantastic and so therapeutic. Need to do it again very soon. ❤

    • Kathleen Jarchow
      Kathleen Jarchow Ай бұрын +1

      Love your phrasing, "...honoring the answers" Many have mastered the question part and have yet to get to the listening. Bravo.

    • Beatrix Czagany
      Beatrix Czagany Ай бұрын +2

      I feel the same way.I wish they have 2. Part and 3. Part
      The depth of this conversation was refreshing compered to other people podcast.Thank You Trevor & Jay

  • Stef Lee
    Stef Lee Ай бұрын +142

    What struck me was how Jay defined HOME. "Home is where I'm living my purpose" When he said that I got chills as I feel the same way but was never able to put it to words.
    Also being grateful for my resilience from the suffering or trauma deeply resonated with me.
    Thank you

  • Brenda Dos Santos
    Brenda Dos Santos Ай бұрын +66

    I didn't know I could love this guy any more than I already did. What an amazing human.

    • Adriana S
      Adriana S 10 күн бұрын

      Felt the same way

    • Rima Zaybak
      Rima Zaybak 19 күн бұрын

      I feel the same

    • Rre Songe
      Rre Songe Ай бұрын +2

      He is a gift especially if u can listen n understand him

    • Flora M Brown
      Flora M Brown Ай бұрын +1

      I agree wholeheartedly.

    • Creashone
      Creashone Ай бұрын +1

      and the hair. 100%

  • Lisa Sproehnle
    Lisa Sproehnle Ай бұрын +13

    I absolutely Love you two!
    Profound, Clear-headed, Flowing, Mercurial, mindful, Fertilized & Pure Communications. This is exactly what the World needs now, unbridled, consistent, flowing Communication, between one another, to create Harmony, Community, Understanding & quite possibly, Peace on Earth into our future! It's so refreshing to hear you two talk with one another.
    I remember somewhere along the way, maybe in a college Sociology/Communications class, about how people tend to communicate. There are two or more different forms of communication that come to mind: One is as if each person speaking were a brick wall facing the other throwing words back and forth at each other, neither listening, just pure chaos. Another form is when two people are sitting across from one another engaging in a flowing discussion of thoughts, words, and continuity, like Figure 8, allowing the conversations & communications to grow, morph, metamorphize, if you will, into something genuine, wholesome, meaningful, & with sustenance....a communication which allows each person to share & spread their feelings, experiences, and goodness with one another. I believe that you two create the second form of communication. What a Joy, Relief, and Breath of Fresh Aire to listen to you two on here together. For this, I give thanks and gratitude.
    As I was rereading what I wrote here, another form of communication came to mind: the 'Peacekeeper, Mediator, Middleman' as it were...in the midst of the first form, the brick throwers. As Jay mentioned early on in this show. Duck, Dive, Keep the Peace & Survive at all costs in the midst of total chaos! I, for one, am glad that the two of you survived and are here now to share your experiences & stories with all of us! After all, we do live on one Home Planet here and it would be so great if everyone understand that concept & tries to get along!
    So, my big question to you two is this,
    How would you two feel about creating your own talk show and perhaps adding a few good, sociable friends to join you?
    Sort of like: 'The View ~ An American Talk Show'.
    Here's Google's/Rotten Tomatoes description below:
    'Created in 1997 by veteran journalist Barbara Walters, "The View" is a daytime talk show hosted by women -- including Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar, Sunny Hostin, Sara Haines, Alyssa Farah Griffin, and Ana Navarro -- and each offers her take on the day's news during the opening "Hot Topics" segment. Lat… MORE
    Program creators: Barbara Walters, Bill Geddie
    First episode date: August 11, 1997
    Theme song: The View Theme Song
    Nominations: People's Choice Award for Favorite Daytime Talk Show, MORE
    Network: American Broadcasting Company
    Executive producers: Brian Teta, Christian McKiernan, MORE
    Genre: Talk show'
    I think you two could create an amazing Daytime Talk Show together and Create a Divinely Inspired Presence over our Airwaves, or Internet waves, for the masses. Plus, I think your Words, Thoughts, Insights, Wisdom, Joy, Great Sense of Humor, Knowing, Telling & Communication might just Heal What Ails our Human Spirits/Species these days ~
    Besides, if you two created your own Daytime Talk Show, perhaps you wouldn't go away feeling so alone and needing a chocolate fix, although, chocolate is delicious!
    Okay, so maybe folks like, Oprah, Jon Batiste, Ari Melbourne, Whoopie, Barbara Walters, and the other Gals on 'The View' might be of assistance in creating a Daytime Talk Show with/for you two, lol, not to be pushy or anything, but, I think you've got something here! It's these kinds of folks & yourselves that make the World go around in a positive, collaborative, all~seeing & all~encompassing way. It's your kind of people that can help mainstream folks jump into a new Paradigm!!
    Anyhow, I hope you two give this thought a gander for the masses, because, We, (if I can be so bold as to speak for the general, Global Public), Love you two, and We, the People, want you two to Stay Well, Stay Publicly engaged unless you need a vacation to recuperate by all means.
    We/I Pray & Hope that you two always have sacred Home Spaces to gather your inner Selves and breathe & Be.
    Anyhow, Thank you for being there for Everyone, as Soul Food, you are much appreciated if no one has told you lately!
    Happy Holidays to both of you!
    PS Yes, Trevor, that is an absolutely EPIC IDEA to have that 10% of people experience what it's like to have the lowest bank account and live that way to experience what it's like to live that way. That reminds me of the Bob Dylan lyrics, 'How does it feel, to be a complete unknown, like a rolling stone.....' Living on the lowest person's bank account, out on the streets, not knowing where your next meal will come from, with no shelter, and directly in harm's way, should be a requirement for every politician to experience for 1 week to 1 month to one year, in order that they actually work & speak for the People. I believe that the reason there are so many homeless people living on our overpasses out of plastic bags on terraced rubel amidst the noise and haste is that applying for government assistance is no cake walk, it takes all of a person's time, energy, persistence & detachment of one's ego to apply for and hold on to. In the small population of houseless people in our small town, the houseless folks I have spoken to refuse to, as they have stated, 'suck off the government & would rather silently suffer in their ailments...': no teeth, no food, needing heart surgery, living in isolation, desperation, sleeping in freezing cold weather without shelter........it's heartbreaking, to say the least. It's no wonder so many houseless folks suffer mental & drug afflictions.
    Thank you for honoring each other, honor answering questions & really listening to each other.
    I Pray that you both remain a stronghold of wisdom always! Whew, what an awesome duo!
    Namaste ~

  • Queen Nandi
    Queen Nandi Ай бұрын +12

    I appreciate the simplicity of how both describe “what is your purpose” . I’ve struggled with that question most of my adult life. I always felt it had to be something grand. But I can confidently say my purpose is to empower others to live a happier, authentic life

  • Susan Hennessy
    Susan Hennessy Ай бұрын +8

    Trevor has inspired me these past 7 years. I’ve been sad he’s leaving his show, thus what a joy to stumble upon this video. The TWO of you gave me great insight into myself. As a HS counselor I strive to be the ‘fertilizer,’ thank you Trevor for a brilliant description. This conversation was phenomenal on many levels. I look forward to more of your videos Jay!

  • Rin
    Rin 2 ай бұрын +495

    I am yet to come across a person in my life where I could have a deep heart to heart conversation like this..people like them are so rare.

    • Gayle Coghiel
      Gayle Coghiel 19 күн бұрын

      Start by asking those around you deep questions and telling them your answers... you would be surprised... children, older people, friends, siblings. Ask the questions

    • Christine Crockett Smith
      Christine Crockett Smith Ай бұрын

      So rare.

    • R D
      R D Ай бұрын +2

      You learn how to casually say certain things that guide conversations toward the philosophical subtly, and then gauge the reactions to those prompts. People who WANT to have conversations like this will react as such. Embrace that. And when you see other people putting out those same feelers, looking for people who seek these powerful dialogs, react with the enthusiasm that you hope to see in others. Often times this means following up with an individual directly outside of the group discussion that created the initial connection. Amazing conversations and human moments can be found in these interactions, even if they are only brief.
      And know that the reward far outweighs the risk of seeking these interactions out. Even if people react like you're weird, they will end up sitting with the question of whether it is you who are weird, or if it is actually themselves who should be doing what you are doing. You could end up inadvertently helping them, even if it may feel initially embarrassing for trying.

    • Sally Thomas
      Sally Thomas Ай бұрын

      Healing Verses
      Psalm 23 Song
      A Letter:
      Another Letter Saves Lives:

    • GinaMaria Opalescent
      GinaMaria Opalescent Ай бұрын

      I'm here! Anyone nearby? Someone said to be what we are looking for. I think he failed to understand we are interested in deep interaction with others.

  • Yuliia Yashchenko
    Yuliia Yashchenko Ай бұрын +5

    One of the best interviews I have ever seen. So deep and profound and yet grounded enough ❤️ thank you for sharing your wisdom 🌠

  • NurseAE
    NurseAE Ай бұрын +2

    I am finally able to make peace with not having done a Master’s degree. I felt obligated to do so but couldn’t commit the time nor the funds. Glad to know it is okay to be content with doing the things that are truly meaningful to me

  • feven haddis
    feven haddis Ай бұрын +4

    "Know your sitbelt, use it to the best you could and know when to unfastened it ". What a powerful message. Thank you Jey and Trevor. I will rewatch definitely.

  • Pat Lee
    Pat Lee Ай бұрын +1

    Awesome ❤wow I have always loved Trevor, now I “see” the depth of him. Both of you , so much respect for your perception and honesty in this conversation!

  • Barbara Dizon
    Barbara Dizon Ай бұрын +2

    I love this conversation! ❤️
    So many takeaways, including how people can't sometimes receive love until they feel safe.

  • Marek Chromik
    Marek Chromik Ай бұрын +1

    Beautiful! Inspiring. You guys are like spiritual brothers. Thank you for sharing your stories and such beautifully intricacies of your lives. Love the positive spin on the horcruxes and how we leave different parts of ourselves with different people.

  • JG Alcantara
    JG Alcantara Ай бұрын +3

    What a insightful conversation I can relate and continue to learn from these two wonderful individuals. Thank you ..

  • Skyye
    Skyye Ай бұрын +3

    Thank you for this!! ❤❤ I’ve been so lost and in a hole for the past week…and this conversation has helped me refocus my mind.

  • RaMe
    RaMe 2 ай бұрын +274

    I start typing something but then nothing seems to justify how grateful I feel for Trevor and genuine people like him, so I end up with this 💜Thanks for existing! Beautiful conversation, thanks Jay, was really waiting for Trevor to be on your show. There are fans, and there are admirers but for me, Trevor feels like home/familiar. 💜

    • Rre Songe
      Rre Songe Ай бұрын

      You not alone. I just love dis guy

    • Flora M Brown
      Flora M Brown Ай бұрын +1

      RaMe, you summed it up beautifully.

    • Kelly shpeley
      Kelly shpeley Ай бұрын +1

      “Parasocial relationships” where they think they know you and have that intimacy, but you don’t get to share it. Understandably alienating.

    • Lwando Mweetwa
      Lwando Mweetwa Ай бұрын +1

      Trevor Noah the day walker seems ages ago now ☺️ Very deep and timely conversation here.Keep on

    • RaMe
      RaMe Ай бұрын +1

      @Lynore Smith Thank you for sharing your story 🤗💜

  • Pete Dadra
    Pete Dadra Ай бұрын +3

    It’s nice to listen to you both. It’s relatable at so many levels. Appreciate it.

  • Jahnavi Harrison
    Jahnavi Harrison Ай бұрын +2

    What a beautiful conversation. So many moments that stand out. Thank you both so much!

  • Mary C
    Mary C Ай бұрын +1

    Loved this conversation so much-it resonated on soooo many levels!!❤❤

  • M Langdon
    M Langdon Ай бұрын +1

    OMG! Thank you both! So, so many eye opening experiences!!! I learned I’ve replaced friendships and closeness with a food addiction of recent. My older and learn from sometime old sometime young people. Point being I’m still learning and growing… meaning I’m still alive! 😮🙏💜

  • Naturally FIT
    Naturally FIT 2 ай бұрын +110

    What a blessing it is to be witnessing this conversation!!

  • Peter
    Peter Ай бұрын +1

    Trevor Noah, thank you for this interview and wise thoughts on life. May the force be with you.

  • Margaret Muiruri
    Margaret Muiruri Ай бұрын +1

    I've thoroughly enjoyed this conversation. Quite insightful and very relatable. More of this please.

  • Ivone Simeao
    Ivone Simeao Ай бұрын +3

    Amazing interview… i am Angolan and I have been following Travor’s life for yrs! But this interview made me learn more about myself 😊 and admire him more as a person… i particularly resonated with the discuss about how childhood safety experiences shaped my life today 😅

  • Jennifer Parks
    Jennifer Parks Ай бұрын +1

    I have never felt more relatable to another human being ever in my life. Trevor Noah, you are a breath of fresh air. You have been home for many of us. I loved the discussion in regard to your brother saying it's how you're relating or not relating to others in regard to connections. So many people have seen you every day and have looked to you for their home, as an individual. You have not had the chance individually to get to know us to make us home (nor would that be possible, lol). I can't speak for everyone, but I'm sure a majority. You haven't just felt like home for me because you're funny, informed, good looking 😉, but how you think and the pieces of your core that you have shared, specifically here and in many ways over time. I am the person who asks to know, to relate to understand, and this can feel offensive to those who dont want to be understood or feel threatened by your possible intentions. I also have adhd and come from a chaotic upbringing. I can relate to so much of what you've said, and it has been and can be very isolating, to say the least. Chaotic environments are where I thrive, and peace is something that doesn't feel familiar (like home), so it feels scary and unpredictable. I seek what I always thought was love, but truly I know safety is what I see as love or the bridge to possibly getting me closer to the definition of what love has been defined by many as. I wonder, though, for those of us who seek safety, are we able to truly find and accept it, or will we always just be in search of it? Best of wishes to you on all of your endeavors. If my message happens to find you, that is. ❤️

  • ROCK_Music
    ROCK_Music 2 ай бұрын +188

    These two are the real deal. Congrats on this amazing interview 💛

  • Anji Puso
    Anji Puso Ай бұрын +4

    One of the best conversations I have ever watched. I learned a lot and it's amazing.

  • Natalie Farrier-Sampson
    Natalie Farrier-Sampson Ай бұрын +1

    Phenomenal interview. Thank you gentlemen. Full, wholesome and pertinent.

  • Yassaman Nouri
    Yassaman Nouri Ай бұрын +1

    So much food for thought. One of the most enjoyable interviews ever. Thanks gentlemen!

  • Lisa M. McDougald
    Lisa M. McDougald Ай бұрын +2

    This is a thoughtful and important conversation. Thank you! 🙏 I have shared and sending love to anyone suffering from mental health and holiday stress. You are not alone. It will pass. 💕🙏🏻☮

  • Lorna Tobin
    Lorna Tobin 2 ай бұрын +79

    What a fantastic interview. I see Trevor as such a gracious, kind, open-hearted man. Jay, I see you as being just as kind and open-hearted. Beautiful to watch two open-hearted men share their souls. What has stuck with me from the podcast is much; however, Trevor shares how he views being grateful, and not being grateful for the traumatic event, but grateful for what was learned and how he grew from the experience. Wow, that is big. The term grateful and gratitude get used out of context often. I so enjoyed this special interview. Thank you.

    • Carla Samuels
      Carla Samuels Ай бұрын


    • Maryluvs Music
      Maryluvs Music Ай бұрын +3

      I agree 💯!! This interview was so powerful that it brought tears to my eyes from such profound, honest, & thought provoking statements & ideas.

  • D Ross
    D Ross Ай бұрын +1

    Thank goodness they had not invented labels when *I* was growing up!
    Coming from someone who was described as "a very busy child", you sure *nailed it* with your description of "ADHD"!
    And, on the other end of the same spectrum, when we finally *do* find something on which to focus, we all too often hyper focus.

  • S Sy
    S Sy Ай бұрын +1

    Interesting interview. Eye-opening really! The discussion / comment that caught my attention: "Friendship is a choice. Every other relation we have isn't and so even your relatives can become your friends or may not be your friends, and I think understanding that illuminates a lot of how you interact with people in the world".

  • Melody Shafer
    Melody Shafer Ай бұрын

    I love this! I’ve just recently discovered Trevor Noah and he’s my go to when I need a lift or a laugh.
    So happy that he led me to Jay, I’ll be checking out more of his content.

  • Joanne Simmons
    Joanne Simmons Ай бұрын

    This was such a GREAT conversation! I always viewed Trevor as a very intelligent man but I have an even greater respect for him now!
    Thank you Jay for always providing top notch content!

  • Lyne Wandia
    Lyne Wandia 2 ай бұрын +86

    That was great..
    I learned that.
    I don't always have to glorify or be grateful of the pain but acknowledge the resilience that I got from it.
    2. Never assume
    3. Like a seatbelt it's the most important thing when it comes to your safety on the road or air but when it becomes dysfunctional you can get stuck.(apply it in your life)
    This conversation was so profound. I love ❤️ Trevor Noah. Learnt alot for sure

  • Beth Melnick
    Beth Melnick Ай бұрын +4

    I love the perspective that Trevor Noah brought and you furthered about not being grateful for trauma but acknowledging our gratitute for how we meet trauma. It is a misnomer, for instance that "prison saves the lives of the incarcerated". As Noah said there are fewer "diamonds" than those ground to dust or held down by the traumas they experience. This was quite a lovely real conversation.

  • Fern Gray
    Fern Gray Ай бұрын

    Very insightful reflections on friendship and also the regenerating nature of true friendship. I’m blessed to be a twin and the depth and breadth that relationship has sustained me and also allowed me to be a better friend but also choose my friends very carefully

  • Roberta Hood
    Roberta Hood Ай бұрын +2

    What a perfect one and a half hour. A very interesting, entertaining and wise conversation of two thoughtful and bright young men. Feeds my hope that one day Good will defeat Bad, although looking at the selfishness and stupidity of the many, and especially of many of the mighty persons in human societies, it may not always look like that right now. Thank you, both! And, Trevor, I`ll miss you. What a shame that you are no longer doing The Daily Show, one of my favourite programs since years.

  • Bonnie Lewis
    Bonnie Lewis Ай бұрын +4

    Trevor is definitely my fertilizer! He enriches my soul every time I watch him! Thank you so much!

  • Lucy
    Lucy Ай бұрын +148

    I like "Your friends in life are your horcruxes. We break ourselves into parts. Whenever we meet people, we give them a part of ourselves."

    • Jniour Sunshine
      Jniour Sunshine Ай бұрын

      My favorite 💝

    • Bilqis Williams
      Bilqis Williams Ай бұрын +1

      My favorite part of the conversation, it literally summarizes this whole conversation and reiterates that he is truly mercurial

    • Methmalie Dissanayake
      Methmalie Dissanayake Ай бұрын +1

      Felt this

    • Susan Byron
      Susan Byron Ай бұрын +4

      Had to look up the HP word "horcruxes" and was quite surprised what it all includes...

  • Kgomotsego Molale
    Kgomotsego Molale Ай бұрын +3

    I am enjoying this conversation between Jay and Trevor, same level of wisdom from both, how they understand each other

  • LiVE’LiFE W/Thanks!
    LiVE’LiFE W/Thanks! Ай бұрын

    Greetings! Oh my goodness! This interview was amazing! It really allowed me to investigate myself, and my kids (adult now) background to see how they may have perceived me, and also remembering things they have said to me about me, and trying to understand their views, input, etc… I see that though I may have tried to guide them … in subjects that matters incredibly and that may have affected a pure sensor or and created something: a tool/ another shield..that they could of possibly didn’t have to use ever if not in the environment that wasn’t set for their security always. It hurts me a lot to see that even between this plural number of “2” you can create toxicity… verses when alone, you have “you” to discover and be honest to ( preferably) and frankly in the most clean environment in which you are not influenced by anyone who had a negative seed placed in your field/soil. If so you must get rid off of that negativity due to their negative impacts within…and which manifest on the outside at some point, because we have let those take roots and for long! So once processing the selective by arbitrary…(to know what’s really of me/ from me: what I enjoy, and like in me about me) :would be my products, I agree to keep of me, and I surely will discover also what I would like to become, and will need to find out on how to get there, what route should I agree with to bring me “ to become more trustworthy? Or more wise, less naive, etc…” and what to avoid based on other ppl lives inquiries, what of their lessons become a lesson for me without having to go through their trials?… fil in those richest constructive food for the inner metabolism of your being, to know haven’t yet fulfilled to discover totally. And we all continue to fil in those riches because …after our capacity/ties runs out if they do or become polluted…. we will meet the continuous necessity to get better, It’s in our usual goals…
    So it’s a major need for us to take breaks from our busy lives and do retro to self, family, friends… and something I have learned… you can be open to your close circle, meaning whose in it… earned it right!? (Or they just made it and you re filtering their input) yet, but those who don’t know you yet… and out of the close circle: let time tell you if they are worthy to be-in it too; mostly when they ask lots of questions about your personality…like “let me catch up on time I wasn’t around to have a portrait of your personality then will decide on how to be around you, rather let them see who you are…no short cut” so they know you have already acquire patience as riches…, ppl who have patience are cool to have around. (Even on the freeway yes!) so… I take alot from this interview…thank you so very much! I shared it with my kids… they can reflect on it too, I believe it will be beneficial for them too. Thank youuu 🙏🏽🥰 God is to thank!

  • Revashan Wanaguru
    Revashan Wanaguru Ай бұрын +1

    I started my day listening to this conversation. I am so grateful to you both. We have so much that we can relate. You both just made my day. Thank you 🙏 🙏 🙏

  • Andrée AOL
    Andrée AOL Ай бұрын +1

    Wonderful conversation with so many perspectives and thought processes that will expand mine. My main take away is Trevor Noah point on having ADHD "is not choosing what your brain focuses on", that this is nor bad or good, and how it's important to learn and understand how your brain react to the world.

  • Suba Nagarajan
    Suba Nagarajan 2 ай бұрын +75

    Always been a fan of Trevor and now I am simply so happy to see and understand these views of trevor. Honestly one of the best podcasts totally loved it!

  • Hưng Vũ
    Hưng Vũ Ай бұрын +1

    Trevor Noah thank you for the conversation, I found myself in it and your story will drive me forward with friends

  • Onalenna Connie Ramontsho
    Onalenna Connie Ramontsho Ай бұрын +2

    For a moment I was like wait, who is interviewing who? I thoroughly enjoyed the free flow of the questions and answers and the way they are so similar while pursuing different paths in life. If this isn't purpose, i don't know what else is.

  • Somayina Ayerite
    Somayina Ayerite Ай бұрын

    This is an interview that gave me insights to many questions I have and understanding! Thank you Trevor and Jay🙏

  • Kronic Queen
    Kronic Queen Ай бұрын +1

    Most eye opening conversations I've ever watched 🙏

  • Kapola Siame
    Kapola Siame Ай бұрын +1

    I have listened to many great conversations, but this one is definitely one of the best... Trevor Noah is such an amazing person

  • Charles Nelson
    Charles Nelson Ай бұрын +1

    I enjoy the way they can have a 2way interview and the reflective thoughts of both of them is refreshing. Mechanisms of growth experience in the life process

  • TechGameBro
    TechGameBro Ай бұрын

    love it.. this was a great conversation about believe and the soul, communication is to try to understand not to agree or disagree💯🙏thank you

  • Mary lee Gunnell
    Mary lee Gunnell Ай бұрын

    Absolutely love this podcast, so much resonates with me. Super proud of you both!

  • Meera Singh
    Meera Singh Ай бұрын +1

    Safety and love -- this conversation taught me a lot. Thanks

  • Margarida Hilário | Real Estate

    It's such a pleasure to see two intelligent men having a conversation. 🥰

  • Laurel Sabur
    Laurel Sabur Ай бұрын

    This was a great talk. I also have adhd and my take away was the reminder to focus on accepting my brain and how it functions. ...there is no right or wrong in my brain just understanding. soo trueeee

  • Oguneko Emmanuel
    Oguneko Emmanuel Ай бұрын

    I got a lot of insight from this episode. I find myself resonating with the part of asking questions to understand and how it can shape my thought process as well. What a fun filled episode. Thanks so much for this

  • Tia Turnbull Champions Coaching Turnbull

    Such a great, deep rich interview where there is depth to be contemplated in every minute and every sentence. We are blessed to have this high quality content available to us.
    To find this incredible, high quality interview has me feeling deeply grateful today!
    I started taking notes but then I just decided to relax, listen deeply and enjoy the ride so this is by no means every note that this interview deserves. There are PEARLS here people, don't be a swine, stop what you are doing and soak it in! Don't just listen, learn, don't just learn, grow! Let it move you and your life.
    Abuse is not justified by the victim's resiliency.
    Home is where I am living my purpose.
    Choosing friends puts them and myself into the possible position of getting disappointed. Choose wisely. Take the time to find out knowing who someone is in most situations.
    Relatives will always be relatives and they can also become friends.
    Misrelating = relating to another from my perceived relationship wirh them and they relating to me from their perceived relationship with me and the two do not match so misunderstanding happens.
    Person #1
    "Hey how ya doing?"
    Person #2
    " Hey I am allright, blah blah. "
    Person #1
    "That's not like you."
    Person #2
    "Oh, this is ALL of me."
    Trevor, that is SUCH a great question. You are yourself then people morph to meet that, then they show up truly later and you are like " Who the hell are you?" How does a monk fire someone? I'm setting you free- awesome!
    Safety is #1
    Stay in the discomfort, what may come is something special. Or don't. Accept the fact that you don't know.
    I LOVE the seat belt metaphor awesome! Must listen to it in its entirety!
    A random law where 10% of the population will suddenly have the same as the least of us.
    I try to shape as much of the environment that my luck will exist within..
    But I never take for granted that I'm lucky.
    Jay: Trevor today I learned that you not only ask great questions but you also really honor answering questions.
    I hate it when people don't. It's one of my pet peeves.

  • Sue H
    Sue H Ай бұрын

    Just…thank you for this interview! I admire you both❣️

  • Mastura Ahmad Kamil
    Mastura Ahmad Kamil Ай бұрын +1

    I am 51 years old and I am still could not let go of some things that was "imprinted" in me during my childhood. Good to know that its normal (that other people are facing the same)

  • Natalie Isaac
    Natalie Isaac Ай бұрын +1

    This conversation felt like a massage...and fed my soul

  • Tina Tehoda
    Tina Tehoda Ай бұрын

    Amazing conversation. So many aha moments. The best simple definition of ADHD; the conflict in the mind of not knowing what to pay attention to. Thanks.

  • Rosh
    Rosh Ай бұрын +14

    The humility is striking, from both Jay and Trevor. That makes this a profound conversation. Thanks for sharing with us.

  • spwaff .
    spwaff . Ай бұрын +1

    thank you for being so genuine and sincere with trevor. i really appreciate you jay.🥺

  • Wendy Susan Lovejoy
    Wendy Susan Lovejoy Ай бұрын

    Such an amazing conversation. There were so many eye opening thoughts discussed here. As an elderly, recently physically disabled woman, I have been challenged in finding something that feels like a purpose to me. Many people have told me what they see as my purpose, but understanding of my purpose has to come from me. I have always been curious and inclinded to asking questions, but in the pursuit of understanding my purpose I find myself asking questions of a very different quality.

  • Saher Sultana
    Saher Sultana Ай бұрын

    LOVED IT! So thought provoking and informative, thank you.

  • Louise Corrans
    Louise Corrans Ай бұрын +1

    Trevor Noah is amazingly deep and thoughtful. Thank you Jay, for having him on. I love how he interviews Jay too. Regards from South Africa!

  • Jyothi Swaroop
    Jyothi Swaroop 2 ай бұрын +41

    I loved how Trevor was genuinely asking Jay questions with the mindset to just know!! I loved the interview ❤️ got to learn so much from it

  • Eugenia Sebuabe
    Eugenia Sebuabe Ай бұрын

    Amazing interview guys. Educational, inspirational and entertaining! I am extremely grateful.

  • Tebogo Ranoto
    Tebogo Ranoto Ай бұрын

    Honestly feel like I lowkey needed to hear this.. Started to question a lot of myself as I was watching this, my current position in life, my identity and what I currently hope to achieve... And looking forward to putting the work in for that..

  • Chandramohan Reddy
    Chandramohan Reddy Ай бұрын +1

    Their understanding was blow my mind, and this was deep and insightful. A huge respect from my bottom of my ❤️.

  • Meagan Hildebrand
    Meagan Hildebrand Ай бұрын +1

    Learned a lot about Jay in this convo too 💯 "Know WHEN to be yourself" - Best advice.

  • Udochukwu Eme
    Udochukwu Eme 2 ай бұрын +15

    Fantastic episode!! The beauty of it was that as seasoned interviewers both Jay and Trevor are used to listening and I felt Trevor was natural not forced unlike some other guests who are trying to push a book or promote/change your perception of them and come across as rehearsed/not genuine. Also the cadence and speed/rhythm of both their voices was calm and none of that high volume/speed talking that happens when someone is trying to get all their words out to promote as much within the podcast timeslot.

    • Anna Nims
      Anna Nims 2 ай бұрын +2

      Well said! The cadence, the tone, it was all so calming. It felt authentic, natural, real.

  • Ami
    Ami Ай бұрын

    Trevor has a beautiful soul. I love how he is very introspective and intelligently expresses himself. Great conversation, just what I needed now.

  • Misty Tran
    Misty Tran Ай бұрын

    Thank you for this. So many gems of wisdom in this podcast. I really enjoyed this!

  • Monica Thrasher
    Monica Thrasher Ай бұрын

    Amazing conversation guys. So insightful. Two men giving each other space and being vulnerable. ❤️

  • Stephanie Ac
    Stephanie Ac Ай бұрын

    Such a great conversation that I can't fully put into words all that I learned and reflected on, thank you guys ❤

  • Amancia Young
    Amancia Young Ай бұрын +1

    Trevor please be my therapist 🙏 ! This conversation is so insightful. Made me understand something so deep and profound happening at the present moment. Thanks guys!

  • Sandra Daken
    Sandra Daken Ай бұрын +2

    I really enjoyed this one. Very insightful 👏🏾

  • AGoddess18
    AGoddess18 Ай бұрын

    Thank you for this amazing and thoughtful conversation. Blessings on your journey everyone 🙏🪷❤️

  • barbara Karanja
    barbara Karanja Ай бұрын +1

    I could listen to Trevor Noah all day every day. His mind fascinates me, what a brilliant man.😍

  • Katherine McKenzie
    Katherine McKenzie 2 ай бұрын +45

    Deeply moved by this conversation between two beautiful, deeply contemplative human beings... makes me long for more conversations like this in my life. So much appreciation and love xx

  • Lisa Davis
    Lisa Davis Ай бұрын

    Such a beautiful conversation. Quite enlightening too. Love you both! 🥰

  • Amee Dennington
    Amee Dennington Ай бұрын

    I might just be a better person for hearing this session.❤ I adore you both

  • AMB
    AMB Ай бұрын

    This is one of the most inspiring conversations I have listen to in a very long time.

  • Kolawole Akinde
    Kolawole Akinde Ай бұрын

    I love Trevor's seat belt analogy; it's a reflection of how my life is right now. Thank you for this, Trevor and Shetty.

  • Samantha Stewart
    Samantha Stewart 2 ай бұрын +31

    One of the best episodes yet, so grateful for this podcast. If you haven't read Trevor's book "Born a Crime" highly recommend it, especially the audio version. It's like he's sitting there telling you his life's story over coffee.

    • Samantha Stewart
      Samantha Stewart Ай бұрын

      @Mr Gonzalez Yes, Trevor narrates

    • Mr Gonzalez
      Mr Gonzalez Ай бұрын

      So the audio version is Trevor's voice?

    • Cheryl Holmes
      Cheryl Holmes Ай бұрын +1

      It’s on my list, I absolutely adore Trevor Noah. Will miss his nightly show.

    • Karen Lara
      Karen Lara Ай бұрын +3

      Thank you for commenting this, I’ll definitely get it!

  • Dayalily Ba
    Dayalily Ba Ай бұрын +1

    Your brother's statement and your response are astonishing. That's it! It explains the life long puzzle of inter-relational conflict. Conceptualizing of the inner workings of one's perception. The relationship between reality and mind control backfires because the very idea of programming certain behaviors neglects the human ingredient of the need to remain a part of. Mr. Trevor, you are right to terminate your relationship with the show because you are needed elsewhere; the world! Respect!

  • Jabezt Primitivo
    Jabezt Primitivo Ай бұрын +1

    I love the fact that Trevor Noah had a prayerful mother who taught him at a very young age how to communicate and have relationship with God. He is not lucky but rather blessed to have a prayer-warrior mother which helped him mold his personality and character today.

  • Be a Winna
    Be a Winna Ай бұрын

    Nice, guys... Your conversation opened up a whole dialogue between my partner and I. Soul searching, illuminating evening. You made it look so easy, it was relaxing and non- threatening for us to discuss some deep stuff
    Wow! I could use this guide more often...

  • Jeffrey Douglas
    Jeffrey Douglas Ай бұрын

    I feel so attached to Trevor's thought train. It's almost like he's the person I should have become as a teacher and family comedian.
    Meeting him in person is my life goal.
    Any one with an idea of how this can be made possible?

  • Donna Perry
    Donna Perry 2 ай бұрын +9

    I would love to hear Trevor talk more about how he manages his ADHD. I'm a therapist who made assumptions about people with that diagnosis. Not good ones. Trevor has changed my perspective. He could help so many to feel better about themselves. I would never have guessed he has that diagnosis.

    • celestialnubian
      celestialnubian Ай бұрын +2

      One's success in managing ADHD is greatly influenced by one's emotional maturity and mental development.

    • Nissan Skyline
      Nissan Skyline 2 ай бұрын

      Me too! Because I have ADHD and its been incredibly challenging. Wish I hadn't been misdiagnosed for years and years whenever I attempted to seek help.

  • Sonali Chandel
    Sonali Chandel Ай бұрын

    One of the best episodes ever! Trevor is not just an amazing stand-up comedian but also an amazing philosopher. I am a bigger fan now. I totally agree with your point that we don't need to suffer and learn a lesson to be grateful for something in our lives. No one ever said this before. It is always a lecture from everyone that what doesn't kill u makes you stronger!

  • Suzzanne Poré
    Suzzanne Poré Ай бұрын

    WOW first timer here, I am so happy I stumbled onto your channel Jay. I love Trevor's relatability for many years, I'm astonished how much I understand what was being expressed. Thank you both, so much. I no longer feel alone...

  • Phoebe Grigg
    Phoebe Grigg Ай бұрын

    I am so grateful for this discussion, and I love the idea of a life purpose being "Fertilizer." I have never known how to approach this question for my own life, and I love trying this idea on for myself. I've always appreciated Trevor's insightful questions and now I love Jay's questions and also Trevor's responses. Very helpful for my own brain!

  • Marshaun
    Marshaun Ай бұрын +1

    I love how you both interviewed one another! 🎉❤