Gabor Maté : That Voice In Your Head 

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Gabor Mate talks about how our mind has all this ideas, plans, stories, and even solutions that are not even true or necessary; all of the things that go in our mind. It happens to all of us we just have to know that we are not that voice.
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19 May 2022




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@WayOfThinkingYT Yıl önce
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@OOBEJuanKenobi Yıl önce
I hear voices inside my mind. I know now that I always did. Once I read The Power of Now, and then changed my perception of meditation, I discovered that telepathy and life after death are likely real. I can never get my mind silent completely. Before I read Tolle’s book, I saw meditation as frustrating and boring because I could never achieve complete mental silence. Now I understand that it isn’t completely necessary. It is only necessary to watch and listen. Many people attribute the voices within to the human ego, but we are a collective consciousness. It’s exciting and profound, and eventually it will end human violence and hopefully suffering.
@annettemoolman6504 11 aylar önce
❤❤❤this is purely priceless. Insightful. So true
@anantsharma7955 9 aylar önce
What is the source of this video? Where is this talk from? You should post links to the original source if you’re going to clip out a section and repost it on your own channel.
@tl7726 8 aylar önce
What is the original source of this video? I'd really enjoy hearing the entire speech/talk
@yourbadmum 8 aylar önce
@jamesfox1746 Yıl önce
I have been clean and sober 36 years next month but it took me 22 years to wake up. I so appreciate your work Gabor. Thank you.
That's a huge accomplishment, kudos to you for the strength it took you to stay clean. Addictions run deep in my family I have a nephew who's an addict I pray for him to wake up, he's living in the streets. Congratulations on your hard work.
@accent1975 Yıl önce
@@se_day_lcmor4114 heal the truma heal the e addiction problems solved
@ajcraft-hello 11 aylar önce
Congrats🎂✨🌎👏 Last month was 26yrs sober, my demon alcohol. About the same gap to wake up…and ongoing. Gratefully learned of Gabor’s work years ago. Appreciate his personal history, education , perspective, & sensible ideas. AA worked for me but his approach is easier for many to hear.
@jawmesfoxnow 11 aylar önce
Best wishes!
@psychoanalyst9651 11 aylar önce
AA's cult beliefs and dogmatic leaders destroyed scientific mental health in this country
@nouha850 7 aylar önce
Pain stems from our unwillingness to grow, to take responsibility.That hit me deeply. I never evaluated pain as a consequence of not growing, or perhaps as the possibility of how life could be like if we were more accountable of our lives. Thanks. This was needed at this stage of my life!
@danielcaraveo4844 6 aylar önce
Same. Good luck
@AndrejaPopovik 6 aylar önce
Also pain can be a sign of actual growing. Some things make us grow so fast that we usually leave the comfort zone and we are without our armor in a new place, not knowing what to do. But we got to that new place because we grew.
@robynhope219 4 aylar önce
That's a hard sell...
@KellyMartin0902 16 gün önce
It's called growing pains. We cannot incite change without first being uncomfortable.
Beautiful! Truly said! My trauma is the best thing that happened to me. It was and is still at times difficult but it has made me so peaceful person. It made me desperate to have inner peace.
@moushmail 10 aylar önce
So well put 🙏
@rdog421 6 aylar önce
C’mon. Trauma is the best thing that happened to you? That’s absurd!
@CaptainTitforce 6 aylar önce
Same here. A bit paradoxically being bullied was the most important thing to ever happen to me.
@robynhope219 4 aylar önce
​@@rdog421absurd, indeed...like cancer is the best thing that happened...yet some ppl believe that.
@kkeen1450 3 aylar önce
I've listened to this twice already but the content is so soothing I could listen to it many more times. It certainly beats listening to the voice inside "My" head. 😊💖
@keys639 11 aylar önce
Thanks Gabor I’m sober 32yrs through the grace of GOD and AA … I keep doing positive things with negative thoughts one day at a time ❤
@TheUndoing2024 7 aylar önce
And repeating trite, cult aphorisms…
@annettemoolman6504 11 aylar önce
Cancer opened my eyes. Respect life, loving each waking moment. Thank you for insightful videos. Greatly appreciated ❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤
@majdavojnikovic 10 aylar önce
I have a good friend that who introduced me to Anthony de Mello, that I am grateful for, and she said the same about her cancer episode. She told me that when she got the diagnose, after the process of accepting that information she got to the insight that cancer is not horrible. She recovered fully. She is clear now, for several years, looking fabulous. I am glad that you got the same message. ❤
@bigdkay3052 Yıl önce
Loving, being loved and peace of mind. This is what I want.
@joesyogafitness6085 9 aylar önce
All the horrible things that happened to me, I benefited from. I had to go back in my mind and feel those old horrible feelings. They felt huge! Now a minor thing. Do not give up on your self. I am more and more myself.
That's amazing about the cancer patient saying, "it was the best thing that ever happened". I was diagnosed with MS about 30 years ago and have frequently said that very thing. It was not something to "fight". I haven't had a relapse in years. It's nice to hear the validation and it wasn't because I was just "lucky".
@Kim-kw7fo Yıl önce
Gabor is right on the money. Everything we need is already inside us.
@lancefree3119 10 aylar önce
Thats Rumi
@majdavojnikovic 10 aylar önce
I like that " he is right on the money" :))))) notice the expression. Meaning: Exact, precise Exact, precise, as in Your estimate is right on the money. This term alludes to a winning bet in horse racing. [ Slang; 1940s] Gamblers slang. :)))))) Actually can't imagine Gabor's face when you stand Infront of him after this speech and tell him: "Mr Gabor, you are right on the money, sir. " So, if we want to clear ourselves from the pollution of our surroundings should we start with our vocabulary, the vocabulary of the voice inside?
@runswithraptors 6 aylar önce
Except food 😅
@paigeturner165 Yıl önce
I chuckled… I also buy up books! I don’t often read them but I’ve somehow become an expert just by buying them! It made me chuckle that such an amazing man has also done this. He is awesome to me!
@WayOfThinkingYT Yıl önce
lol . Thanks for watching Paige!
@Alex.Kalashnik Yıl önce
Haha, I am the same way, I buy tons of books and even start reading a lot of them.
@OOBEJuanKenobi Yıl önce
@@WayOfThinkingYT I hear voices inside my mind. I know now that I always did. Once I read The Power of Now, and then changed my perception of meditation, I discovered that telepathy and life after death are likely real. I can never get my mind silent completely. Before I read Tolle’s book, I saw meditation as frustrating and boring because I could never achieve complete mental silence. Now I understand that it isn’t completely necessary. It is only necessary to watch and listen. Many people attribute the voices within to the human ego, but we are a collective consciousness. It’s exciting and profound, and eventually it will end human violence and hopefully suffering.
@shanejay-vw6mu 11 aylar önce
​@@OOBEJuanKenobiEckhartes a real dude man
@ashlynwells1318 9 aylar önce
Same here hahah, I have a belief that just by having the books they transfer me their knowledge energetically 🫶🏻
All the childhood trauma, all the isolation, and all the suffering I've experienced were absolutely necessary components of my becoming my authentic self. It was being raised in an abusive cult that sparked my interest in art and expression because there, those things were not allowed. I'm extremely creative and expressive, yet those things were taboo in my youth, and punishable by beatings and mental and emotional torture. Without that, I never would have become an author. I wouldn't change anything.
@caroljohnson2746 10 aylar önce
God Bless you Connor. Unfortunately it is our trials that make us authentic human beings. I wish you heartfelt blessings for the rest of the time your spirit is among us.
@colettespencer3357 10 aylar önce
Beautiful. My past is why I am a nurse. I finally appreciate who I am and honor my past, including the trauma.
@jimhurlbut3649 10 aylar önce
What kind of cult was this? Why weren't these things allowed?
@nikkifrye7599 9 aylar önce
Please tell us the name of your book. Blessings! Namaste!
@MathewsNunes 10 aylar önce
This video is helping me since some months ago, when I firstly watched it. In 4:28, when it says "On some level, we don't want to take responsibility", it remembers me of a song called "Trigger", by the Swedish band In Flames, that says: "Just scratch the surface And you will find Something to blame for a long lost time From green to red our days pass by Waiting for a sign to tell us why Are we dancing all alone? Collect some stars to shine for you And start today 'cause there are only a few A sign of times my friend"
@anep1926 10 aylar önce
I'm going on 80 days sober and this marks the longest I've been sober since I was 27 when I hit a huge downfall with anxiety and PTSD. I am now going through another episode of complete anxiousness and I lost my dog(best friend) . But I agree, sometimes these hard times in our lives is there to wake you up from all the chaos and destruction that has been creeping up slowly. I don't want to drink anymore and I hope with psychotherapy I will finally get rid of this inner demon that has tormented my thoughts for the last 16 years. I don't want to be dependant on pharmaceuticals for the rest of my life.
@colettespencer3357 10 aylar önce
Manny. I understand. My dog was my best friend for 19 1/2 years. Please try hypnotherapy. It's so helpful. I have been going to a hypnotherapist and it has helped me more than anything else. If you can't afford it. Find a school with good reviews. Students will often do free or very low cost sessions. You absolutely can not only heal, but be so happy and amazing. ❤
@anep1926 10 aylar önce
@@colettespencer3357 thanks, funny thing is I'm already on my 2nd hypnotherapy session. I feel great after my session the effects are wonderful. Wish they last longer but I believe that will happen in no time.
@colettespencer3357 10 aylar önce
@@anep1926 oh wow. I'm so happy for you. I wish I had done this years ago. I tell everyone about it and I'm actually studying it now. It has totally transformed my life. Continue. You will be amazed. I have internal peace and my behaviors have profoundly changed. 💞🙏 drugs and alcohol and a lot of meds just mask the trauma and negative programming. It needs to be released and rewritten. You got this!
@colettespencer3357 10 aylar önce
@@anep1926 you won't know it but the effects do last. It takes time to change the programming depending on how much needs to be moved out...but you will see positive changes fast
@268dar 10 aylar önce
Good luck Manny on your journey
@duanekaaz3159 Yıl önce
Keep informing us. Dr. Gabor is Amazing.
@OOBEJuanKenobi Yıl önce
@veenapulton1689 7 aylar önce
Yes indeed… difficulty leads us to focus on ourselves so that we find the best way to our inner peace. Thank you Gabor😊
@Justineyedia Yıl önce
I have been clean for 6 months. I am grateful to Maté for lifting the veil on the fact that my relationship with myself is coming out unconsciously in every single relationship I have, am having or will have and that I need to care for my subconscious in order to be more aware and have more conscious contact with God in order to have better relationships.
@mybeautifulself3132 10 aylar önce
I contributed during a wellness group that I was glad for my bipolar diagnosis🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏
Yes, the rapes and abuse I experienced set me on a slow but wonderful path of waking up. Love your work. ❤
@aaronparker1221 6 aylar önce
Damn. I'm sorry you had to go through all that. I wish you the best
@BillyBob-xw8kf 4 aylar önce
You are strong and beautiful. God bless you
@user.peace.333 4 aylar önce
Thank you Dr Gabor Mate for being you 💟☮️ so open honest and authentic and a person I highly respect trust and can relate to. 🙏
@leahannwhite1111 7 aylar önce
That voice in your head is imagined. 💓
@heatherlong2478 6 aylar önce
I love you Gabor in all innocence for your profound understanding ❤
@gerryleb8575 7 aylar önce
He is spot on. All of his observations are in accord with my journey to health. His challenge is laid at our feet: look to yourself, and find the solution inside yourself.
@robynhope219 4 aylar önce
That's what I've done, but the pain lingers.
@alexismclaughlin6036 10 aylar önce
I am clean and sober. I am healthy and in control. I am awake, to myself my life and my role in it. I am free and cleansed of the corruptive and corrosive elements in my world.
@kjprice1443 Yıl önce
There are things we need to know in order to live a joyful, peaceful, pleasant life. He is saying to use the compass within each of us, to show us the path to these things.
@tanxker2 6 aylar önce
That was powerful, every single sentence, every single word. I am on my own journey facing some of the toughest tests of my life to date yet at the same time I feel will be the biggest turning point of my life. I would have never thought that but with everyday I feel I am learning more about myself and loving myself every bit more. Not long ago I felt doomed but I see now that it was a challenge that was character building and necessary in a sense in making me the person I am and who I will be.
@dts7824 2 aylar önce
I think I'm going through something similar to you. At times it feels scary, but I know I don't want to turn back. Hope you're doing well ❤
@julval1972 10 aylar önce
your words are powerful. thank you
Thank you tremendously. Oh how enlightenment is that of simplicity of the souls freedom of the chains...
@WayOfThinkingYT Yıl önce
Thank you so much for watching Debra; glad this helped you
@@WayOfThinkingYT You are welcomed!!!
@KhaoticDeterminism 9 aylar önce
this man is smaaaart. 💜💜 in my culture we aren’t taught free will as that means you’re above nature. we teach our kids that we are but a vibe assigned to a body. our thoughts are spirits narrating our story and your body is going to react based on a combo of your vibe and how self aware you are of your Ego. without shadow work people tend to allow their Egos to get entangled in the material world 😞😞😞 Shadow work is just another form of lightwork.
@SN-cl7fq 6 aylar önce
Which culture is this? Its beautiful, and I would like to learn more.
@shakilaasghar7486 3 aylar önce
This is such a different perspective of life, more soothing, less challenging and beautiful. How to learn that? While we are in the middle of competition, uncounted wants and extremely uncertain situations.
@shaney8275 11 aylar önce
This is some of the best stuff I've ever heard.
@fionagannon9750 10 aylar önce
Life oh Life what a Trip Thank You Gabor Messenger 💫
@poonampal4037 6 aylar önce
Wowwww✨ 🌸
Huge fan of the man and the message, can't personally abide the B-roll and would be happier with a still image. Many thanks though.
@chandni-wp5or 3 aylar önce
You are amazing mr Gabor
@ladyeb5727 6 aylar önce
This is so appreciated on so many levels!!!! Thanks for posting💯💯✌🏾💪🏾
@bobdillaber1195 9 aylar önce
I didn't think so at the time but it was good that my father didn't listen to me. He taught me to listen to myself. I've come to call that, My father's unintended lesson.
@mercyshaver5264 9 aylar önce
Needed to hear 🙏
tqvm Dr Gabor Mate .. you have enabled me to 'understand the meaning of the final puzzle which apart from my extroverted feeling .. is the (ie zen = you & now) .. inorder to use my in introverted intuition in order to become possible human (be extroverted in this world) .. again tqvm Dr Gabor Mate.. may (i dont know what) always bless you sir, tq
@luisschaft6502 Yıl önce
Rooted selfreflection!!!!💯
@mattmussett-ho3ht 10 aylar önce
Its amazing to hear real life stories and such a great inspiration speech 💬 👏 🙌
@chanellenaughton8306 6 aylar önce
Thank you for sharing, giving me hope 🙏
His makes it so easy to ‘listen’ to what he is saying
Has anyone who has experienced this feeling of not been comfortable under their own skin felt they were not from this universe but some other far distance place...I have delved into all kinds of reasons as to why i feel like this and did lots work on myself but nothing has changed .now at 70 yers feel less contented with myself than ever although my life's circumstances both material and family relationships are great. ...
@matsu820 Yıl önce
For what it is worth, I've found my help in alexander technique. It teaches an effective and practical method of consciously working towards greater awareness and lengthening of the stature. It's the skill of being present and the teachers very much practice what they preach.
I am very much struggling with this right now Kathy… I look around at my colleagues and it appears to me they are all inherently confident, capable, educated, smart but also bordering on arrogant. Me being extremely hard on myself, feel like a dunce and that I don’t fit even though I’m comfortable performing my work. I also feel discontent with myself and like I’ve never actually done the right thing for me in my 55 years. It keeps going around my head and I’m looking for things constantly to help my non stop thoughts… books, meditation, exercise. Do I need NLP, a psychologist… blah blah
@matsu820 Yıl önce
@@petrinaclark3349 If you are looking for something that aims to psych yourself up, there's Proctor Gallagher Institute on youtube. Their aim is to shift your thinking from problem to acceptance and what you want to become, to put it shortly. I've personally been to psychotherapy and I dare say alexander technique is more effective than that. Although that's just me.
Yes. Felt that way 44 years now
@susand484 10 aylar önce
I nearly bought several such booksI. am realizing that "Judgement" is a problem for me. This American culture is so infused with the idea that we are here to make judgements. ?.. I haven't lived in the judgemental atmosphere that most people live in for 30 plus years,but it is still in my head. I am having to realize that this is a huge problem that keeps me from being who I am even though I could be described as eccentric and authentic and creative. At my undamaged, calm, authentic core there is no judgement. How hard to imagine is that? Well I have experienced it and it was incredibly healing. There I was, like the two people. But I slip off the path, fail to acknowledge and support that part of me I call "home". Physical pain is tapping me on the shoulder. My inner judges have taken over. Every trauma trigger is snapping. I'm miserable, but I'm better than I was yesterday because I have realized that I need to go home to myself. I've been there and I will find my way there again. And there is no reason to live with judgement, not of others and not from our own ego mind. Criticism is another word for it. We don't need the commentary. I could realize that when I don't know what i need that I have drifted away from myself. At our calm compassionate core we know how to move forward. We know who we are. That wonderful Buddhist monk Thich ------, said that when he returns to the present he is going home to himself. Can you imagine? That's all he had to do.... I'm not sure what I have to do, but just the thought of getting there moves me. I will invite myself, stop my thinking, just stop. And perhaps a prayer.
@joelrodgers5411 Yıl önce
Amazing. Thank you friend
@WayOfThinkingYT Yıl önce
Thanks to you for watching Joel! Hope it helped you
@raymondmichael4987 10 aylar önce
Well, what can I say, the guy speaks truly. Thanks ❤
@malissagottman3800 11 aylar önce
Beautiful. Just beautiful.❤️‍🔥
@donnahanford5781 4 aylar önce
@eylab1541 11 aylar önce
I love this man.
@nealwailing3870 10 aylar önce
Addiction is avoidance...
@KellyMartin0902 16 gün önce
Absolutely! Connection is the cure!
@pamelasmithson4303 6 aylar önce
@musarratsaleem4607 4 aylar önce
@herintuion88 10 aylar önce
Thank you 🙏🏽🙏🏽
@CDNBOBify 3 aylar önce
This is so damn wise, thank you.
@DennisRyan-mo7cu 5 aylar önce
Good advice - "you can do it!"
@annacannon6638 9 aylar önce
I so relate to the book situation
@carolinalink7040 10 aylar önce
I can't like this enough. 👏👏👏
@simplyhuman5115 Yıl önce
Thank you.
@sthildas4857 3 aylar önce
My 33 years of chronic pain have been the biggest learning experience. My coping has built over time, my new normal changes as I change to mirror it. I said, to those starting out with chronic pain to learn who they are embrace it. The ideal would to have that leaning without the pain experience, it continues to be an opportunity however challenging.
@iemorris3922 10 aylar önce
Oh man I can so relate... Wow
@MrStary01 4 aylar önce
Very clever and caring man❤
I've been a fan for a long time now! Your perspective on how our society, particularly in a capitalist context, shapes our understanding of self - emphasizing selfishness, acquisitiveness, and competitiveness - is thought-provoking. I deeply resonate with the idea that healing and solutions come from within, rather than external sources like pharmaceuticals. It's a powerful reminder of the importance of self-awareness and internal growth. I also try to live my life with the view of seeing difficulties as opportunities for learning and as wake-up calls to our true selves - it is quite life-transforming to live like that!
@TwindianTime Yıl önce
You are opening a new angle outlook that I been neeedinf so much
@samtheeagle799 9 aylar önce
What a beautiful thing 😮
@anaberenice6389 6 aylar önce
@usarmyveteran177 8 aylar önce
I just got over a simple cold virus and realized afterward that death, viruses, diseases aren’t bad. We object to them when they happen to us but they act as a rebooting of the system and tell us how to treat ourselves better. We can learn from these things instead of institutionalizing them.
@jennievarhaug4712 9 aylar önce
I love your work n your demeanor. U R True Blue. I❤U❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤
@BakashSyed 4 aylar önce
@Fwuuaaark 6 aylar önce
To the few of you who have transcended the egoic mind, you are very very special. If you know, you know :)
@Fwuuaaark 6 aylar önce
@@DarkMoonWayfarer nothing wrong with an ego trip so long as it isn't at the expense of anyone personally
@roxanarox4702 6 aylar önce
nicely said. danke
@taforth 11 aylar önce
Makes perfect sense 👌
@lectionesantiquae3090 10 aylar önce
Gratias ago! Thank you for this video, I had never heard about Gabor.
@jasonpinson8755 8 aylar önce
Thank you.🧑‍🦰💯
@angelavarela3345 10 aylar önce
@debashissengupta2396 10 aylar önce
You have gifted me a punished self , it cannot contain ego , on the contrary you are the source of ego .
@tracywatts1459 2 aylar önce
Gabor is soul food.
@matthewbutler4177 6 aylar önce
God has given me yet another chance. Gratitude and grace is the only way.
I love Gabor Matte
@Steve197201 6 aylar önce
I'm not sure how the title of this video is relevant, but Mate's message was good.
@abigailchengan 10 aylar önce
Emotional trauma thought it got the best of me but today I choose myself...I'm an overcomer
" Difficulties wake us up to the necessity of getting to know ourselves, to accept ourselves, and to love ourselves " Thank you GM.
@brotherpaul6989 6 aylar önce
All you need is Love, Love is all you need….well you can listen to a dude on TRvid, then another dude, then another…but ultimately Love is the secret.
@robynhope219 4 aylar önce
True love is rare..
Dr Gabor❤️
@WayOfThinkingYT Yıl önce
Thank you for watching!
The reason we are in constant movement towards a better self or a better feeling of self is that we have no clue what to do. But the question resides, if you knew exactly what to do at any given time you would not need to ask yourself the question how do I deside without not haveing to deside in the first place. Most of all the addictions of man is as Gabor elequently describes is that most addictions just get replaced by another type of form of the same to extricate boredom or from thoughts that would otherwise trigger reactions. But those difficult things have a sertain lesson in store for everyone ready to listen to the message and you might need someone to guide your thoughts so you dont get lost
Your mind fascinates me
@user-yi8cg8dn1i 10 aylar önce
It’s not in the learning or labeling in which u awaken, it’s is the unlearning or neutral mind activity in that u awaken.
@sarahmirzauk 2 aylar önce
Thank you for standing up for Palestine 🇵🇸 Gabor I always loved you more so now
@mosio15 4 aylar önce
that was elegant
@konkow-kv5yu 9 aylar önce
Appreciated,yet the piano is not necessary,his words are the music. After a bit it feels I'm in an elevator trying too hear a person. Love
@giorgiosem 9 aylar önce
@TheZiaGrower 7 aylar önce
I have a rare skin condition that is not curable and unsuccessfully treatable. After 3 years of living with this skin condition I soon began to realize, I am not just my skin. That's when my anxiety, depression and insecurities started to faded away. I have a very supporting wife and a beautiful son that's helped me over come my struggles in life. You are loved, never forget that!
@Brough1111 6 aylar önce
My mind is still self-centered. However, I know who the enemy is that's trying to kill me. When drinking, I'm delusional when sober I'm illusional and not rational. My instinctive drives try to dominate the only way out is pursuit of spirituality
@kristinmeyer489 6 aylar önce
3:06 I believe the exchange is one of negation for authority.
@richardhall5489 6 aylar önce
I love that this guy can deliver such an inspiring message and play the piano at the same time. All that money he spent on classical music CDs really paid off in the long run.
@DzsM-rz7gu 2 aylar önce
The voice in my head raised me up.Nowdays world is about belittling everything which is value.Thatswhy there will be here never new teachings.Only silent your mind and go meditating.Only belittling god or dictating to people who has a soul.I cannot fit into this controlled era.
@vichu000 10 aylar önce
Wonderful... Gabor is amazing analyst. He speaks well, clear and does it in such a gentle way without pushing. Society is broken... greedy and so self centred that we push all away, only to then feel foolishy alone... lovely. Alone in a crowded world.
@Tesstamona 7 aylar önce
Agreed with this- I’ve been clean & sober 13 years and that’s how I found God / Divinity in this world - wouldn’t have anything if I hadn’t been through trauma or addiction. Trauma recovery is another animal entirely but they do run parallel to eachother. Still on that journey. It’s very much a human journey - likely never ends just evolves
@Tomasz_Siwiec 6 aylar önce
Great stuff. Hope i won't get addicted. ;)
I found the demon that controls our lives as Renée Decart tried to explain. It stared at me through the mirror one stormy evening, when my life was a mess. I looked into the mirror intensely crying as it stared back with a crooked smile on my face. It kept telling me that I am in control. So at that moment, I completely surrendered my entire being to the creator of all. These titles and labels of name, being, I no longer plague me. May we all find peace in a dark existence in a materialistic plane.
Cute Couple Gone Wrong 😂❤️