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Savage expresses surprise at Pope Francis’ call for Ukraine to negotiate peace with Russia and wave the white flag of negotiations, despite his previous criticisms of the Pope’s liberal views. The Pope’s unexpected stance on the conflict, which has resulted in the deaths of hundreds of thousands of people and the decimation of Ukraine, has caused controversy. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has rejected the idea of giving up any territory. Then, Savage discusses how the concept of Freud’s penis envy theory drives today’s politics and expresses his disinterest in engaging in political debates. He reflects on the mortality of all beings, emphasizing that we are all made of flesh and God made it that way. He also shares his thoughts on President Biden’s anger during The State of the Union address. He then shifts to discussing plants, expressing his belief that they have feelings and emotions, and warning against the evaporation of plant cell walls, which he sees as a metaphor for the destruction of nations and cultures. He explores the concept of judgment after death and shares a conversation he had with a mystical rabbi. He expresses that God will not ask about what one wrote in their diaries but rather what they didn’t write. He then shares his admiration for great writers like Ernest Hemingway and Henry Miller, who inspired him during difficult times. He reminisces about growing up on existentialist writers and meeting the widow of his hero, lamenting the loss of intellectual heroes and the current state of Hollywood. He questions the existence of heroes today and expresses his love for America and shares his belief in the power of tuning into God or a higher power to overcome external influences. He concludes with a true story about the head Rabbi in Moscow during the Bolshevik takeover in Russia and the importance of faith and the Rabbi’s unwillingness to compromise his beliefs, even in the face of persecution.

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