Great video. It seems to reveal the nature of life and humans in a very clear way. He says that life has a purpose, intrinsically. We tend to adopt nihilistic views when we interfere with life's natural processes. And that adoption itself interferes with life's natural processes. It is a form of perversion. His talk on how adults interact with child and what happens in love are very clear and true. That's what really happens. When we fall in love, a new window seems to open in our life. We see a purpose. We get a clear view of great life ahead. And it opens us up. It removes all self imposed barriers and burdens we had on our shoulder and which clouded our thought process, which were imposed because of a closed view on life, because of whatever philosophy or complex we had enclosed ourselves into for various reasons.
When we have a purpose, it's a great thing, and a very important thing. That purpose doesn't have to be tangible and clearly defined. It is just the movement and striving towards something, movement and striving forward.
He also talks about reality. So it's not like we should choose this way of life because it's beneficial. It's not like we are choosing it over the other alternative that is nihilism, which science reveals. Maybe this is reality, the only truth. It can't exist without us, without a purpose. It makes sense.