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  • Niallage
    +4

    I wouldn't even bother giving that much attention to this video or this kind of video. The message is not genuine, whether that's due to the guy's wealth or not. Insincerity is not the worst thing about the internet phenomenon wherein people give life advice without any qualification other than from having lots of money and comfort. In the case of this particular message, when you try to motivate people to do things by making them fear regretting not having done them at some future date, it is ineffectual at best, and a recipe for serious psychological turmoil at worst. However having said all that, this video doesn't warrant any particular harshness; it's just another one of many stupid YouTube videos featuring clueless, and totally unqualified self-proclaimed saviours. Thankfully we don't have to follow them. May those who do follow them find what they're looking for.