23-21. Trevor and Jay’s reflection of ME.

SARA’S VIEW OF LIFE with Sara Troy, on air May 23rd

Trevor Noah and Jay Shetty’s talk really spoke to me on their podcasts together; so much of what they say is speaking to me. Being grateful for our resilience to overcome what strife that happens to us and not being grateful for the experience itself.

Trevor is why I watched The DAILY SHOW, it was not just the humour, it was also those profound moments and perspectives that I found so aligning and spoke to the depths of society and our consciousness. He speaks to being an idiot, just a person who asks questions, and is willing to learn, I so relate. I know I am not educated, I speak a lot to knowingness, knowing what I need to know when I need to know it, but always be intrigued and have a willingness to understand a different point of view.

When you are an outsider, which I am also, I need to know why you see, what you feel, or do what you do, so I can understand. Trevor and Jay both are feeling different from others in what ever way, and understand why people can’t always see them. .

THEY SPEAK OF LOSING OURSELVES, the fitting in, the changing for approval, the conditioning of society institutions like religion, society’s dictations, it is easy to lose yourself. Trevor talks about home being the familiar, not the premises the building, but what feels familiar. Trevor is a number 8 which is the achiever and measures life by the goals it reaches. He has a good business sense, a powerful presence, and a strong drive for success. The 8 is also a symbol of balance — you can see it in its symmetrical shape. For every blessing it receives, it puts one back out to the universe. When things are balanced, they feel stable, controlled, and supported, which is the most productive environment for the 8 to work in. I am also an 8, life path, I relate.

Jay purpose is to help others find their purpose. His numerology is a 22 a divine enlightener, which explains why he chose to be a Monk, and now helping others to become who they really are. These profound energies represent the three phases of creation: envisioning, building, and sharing. 22 is the architect, to the world. Master Numbers take a long time for a person to master, so this potential often isn’t reached until later in life. The more of these numbers a person has, the more burdened they may feel. Patience and perseverance are required, but the reward will be so, so worth it.

Trevor speaks to feeling comfortable in chaos, I relate, as hard as I try in having order, chaos is where I end up, there I can make sense out of the chaos.

Trevor is friendly, consistent ,mercurial, ( volatile, capricious, temperamental, excitable, fickle, changeable) I so relate to this, we are perceived as stubborn, but we are mindful, never assume, and we like to seed the opportunities for others. The mind is not everything, soul, spirit, heart connection brings focus. Honour the question with a thoughtful answer.

They speak to the parts of us, is for us, or a disconnect or us. Friendship is the only thing that is your choice, everything else is circumstance. They speak of loneliness, even though they are always around people, but feel so alone; this speaks to be in such a big way, loneliness even in a crowd, has always be a part of me, only when I am personally engaged do I feel connected, but with the wrong crowd utter loneliness. As I grow in my podcasting, I find myself, wanting to retreat from the crowd, and want to less and less be out there with a group or crowd of people, much like Trevor, as even depression can seep in if one is not careful.

Feeling safe in life, is in choosing the people around you that know your vibe, that truly get the real you. There are so many who see you for how your make them feel, but not necessary know you and your many layers. We all have roles we adopt, some are instinctual to us, some conditional, I took on the role of being a people pleaser, the need serve to receive approval, the discovery of self is to know is the role really you intricacy because if not, we become trapped in the expectation role.

Trevor is the most successful comedian in Africa and was the host of the Emmy and Peabody Award-winning “The Daily Show” on Comedy Central. He has written, produced, and starred in 11 comedy specials, including his most recent, “Trevor Noah: Son of Patricia,” which launched in November 2018 on Netflix. He is the author of the #1 New York Times bestseller “Born a Crime: Stories from a South African Childhood” which I loved. Trevor opens the conversation by sharing what it was like growing up, how he sees the rest of the world, and why it felt like it was okay growing up the way he did.

He says if we can see and feel what the least of us feel, it would make us all a lot more appreciative and reflective on what each other really needs.

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