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I loved this show. His wife has died, and she made him videos giving him advice how to cope with grieving for her after she had died. I cried and laughed so hard in every episode. I cannot recommend Ricky Gervais' After Life enough. Heartwarming for a cynical depressed and realistic people. Fist pump.
I've been entertaining myself by watchings the Suits. It's in Netflix and season 7 is currently running on TV. If you haven't watched it, it tells about a law firm which mainly takes rich enterprises to its customers and keep them rich. The environment is quite competitive, everyone is trying to beat one another in smartness and one of the main characters is obsessed with winning and occasionally flips to the wrong side of the law to get what he wants. One of the partners seem to have some kind of a borderline disorder and is very vindictive when he feels that someone has hurt him. So, this is very young soulish. The main character is hired to the firm even though he hasn't a diploma from law, but he actually cares about justice and causes, at least once in a while. Eventually he gets in trouble for being a fake-lawyer. An early mature soul perhaps? So, this is entertaining to me, because I really don't know people like this in real life, at least not very many. I've never worked in an environment, which would be so competitive. According to Michael Finland (my home country) consists mostly of mature and old souls and even though my own social circle is not a proof of that, there might be some truth in that that the young soul phase is not prevalent in my country. It's a good reminder though, that even this is fiction, people like that probably exist. Perhaps I was like that in ancient history and now I just entertain myself by reminding me what it was like. I can also imagine how difficult it is to older souls to cope in a young soul environment. It look that there is not much common ground in there.
Highly recommended watching: Barack Obama on the new Netlfix series My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman. I'm not American, but man, I wish he was my President. He looks so much more relaxed than in any of his Presidential interviews, makes more jokes and is generally the chill guy we all knew he was.
I watched The Lucas Brothers On Drugs Netflix stand up comedy special the other night. These guys are twin brothers in real life. I wonder if they are task companions, essence twins, cadence mates or travelling companions, maybe just entity mates. They can read each other's thoughts well and seem to have a deep understanding. I found their sense of humour very funny, laid back, and absurd. Link http://www.laweekly.com/arts/the-lucas-brothers-netflix-comedy-special-on-drugs-is-a-4-20-treat-8117320