Great news: Jordan Peterson is back online after a debilitating sickness and more than a year’s absence from the worldwide net. 4 million views in 11 days is an amazing feat. As the last commentator listed below said,
“The world desperately needs your voice, reason and intelligence… now, more than ever. Tyranny is on the rise, it is accelerating, and on a global level. We love and support you, Dr. Peterson. You are the hero that humanity desperately needs.”
I could not have said it better myself. From an online perspective, I have watched no one more than Dr Jordan Peterson. I estimate I have watched well over 200 of his videos and yes, I bought his book 12 Rules for Life and thoroughly enjoyed it as well.
We saw him tell his story of sickness in a beautiful video interview with his daughter in July. Then he caught COVID-19, and in a weakened state. I was one of many who were praying.
Jordan Petersen’s heartfelt comment about “God’s Grace and Mercy” shows that he might have met his Maker in his darkest hour. Time will tell. As Job said in Job 42:5. “My ears had heard of You but now my eyes have seen You. Therefore, I despise myself, and repent in dust and ashes.” Sooner or later, we all must meet our Maker. Better now than later!
Read the comments (almost 100,000 in 11 days) below the video to get the world’s perspective. Watch his comeback video below.
I have returned home to Toronto after spending much of the last eighteen months in hospitals. I am hoping that my health has improved to the point where I can start producing original content again. Thank you to all who are watching for your support over the course of this trying time. I hope that you all are coping with the COVID crisis successfully. Please do not forget to subscribe to the channel to enjoy weekly videos.
barnabydixon 1 week ago Good to see you. [22K likes]
Lifestyle & Net Worth 7 hours ago Dr Jordan Peterson, one of the most (if not THE most) influential speakers and philosophical content creators in the world right now, shows us his integrity through his incredible humility and courage. You seem to breathe humility and instill courage in to all those who care to listen. Thank you for all you do. Best thoughts and prayers for you and yours. [42 likes]
Nils Grønkjær 22 hours ago (edited) This is why I have always, always advised that people never begin Benzos. They are one of man’s worst creations and it is appalling how easily they are prescribed in Nordic countries. When you ask even for just some basic sleeping pills because you work a horribly late job, they prescribe you benzos instead. It is absolute, complete, and utter madness and a massive conspiracy by big pharma. Anyway. Welcome back! It is good to have you back, please take care of yourself the people of the world need you around for as long as possible. [10 likes]
Acidic Jew 1 day ago He went through the underworld and now is ready to clean his room. [72 likes]
Matthew Vasquez 1 day ago The one thing about Jordan Peterson that I like is that he is willing to sacrifice for his ideology and to me that makes him a real teacher and a great human being. [40 likes]
Ch0pper 1 week ago This is the best news of 2020. Welcome back sir. [55K likes]
Janet Heil 2 days ago Let’s lift each other up. Let our stories be an inspiration. [58 likes]
Horace Rumpole 1 day ago “Tho’ much is taken, much abides; and tho’
We are not now that strength which in old days
Moved earth and heaven, that which we are, we are;
One equal temper of heroic hearts,
Made weak by time and fate, but strong in will
To strive, to seek, to find, and not to yield.” [33 likes]
Gemini99 1 day ago No Professor, it is us who should be saying thanks. A honorable, wise man once told me that I should “just pick up my cross and bear it” Today, he proved he practices what he preaches. We’re damn glad to have you back! [85 likes]
Nicky Lee Swenson 1 day ago When Dr. Peterson speaks, the listener feels humble. That is one of the most powerful things I have ever experienced. [62 likes]
ThatMadCat 1 week ago The toughest steel is forged in the hottest fire. [24K likes]
Joe Kania 2 days ago Hyperconsciousness sadly is more a curse than a blessing. Best of luck to JP. [17 likes]
Mustang Medic 1 day ago (edited) You’re a fighter, I went through my own 3-year struggle. I went back on-line too back in November 2018. As you know it’s a big step going back online. Congratulations. My battle was with depression, the darkest ever in my life similar to you. God is good my brother. [13 likes]
C B 2 days ago The myth, the legend, back to espouse the importance of myths and legends. [24 likes]
Poor in spirit 1 day ago “The LORD searches all hearts, and understands all the imaginations of the thoughts: if you seek him, he will be found by you; but if you forsake him, he will cast you off forever.” 1 Chronicles 28:9 “For the LORD seeth not as man seeth; for man looketh on the outward appearance, but the LORD looketh on the heart.” Samuel 16:7 [3 likes]
Bright Insight 1 week ago The world desperately needs your voice, reason and intelligence… now, more than ever. Tyranny is on the rise, it’s accelerating, and on a global level. We love and support you, Dr. Peterson. You are the hero that humanity desperately needs. [1.8K likes]
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