I'm going to 30+ cities to talk about the issues raised in my books, both new (12 Rules for Life: https://bit.ly/2DSnDn1) and older (Maps of Meaning (1999): https://bit.ly/2pR7uJj), or to discuss psychology, religion and the state of the world with Matt Dillahunty, Sam Harris and Douglas Murray. It's all part of sorting things out :)
Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report (https://www.youtube.com/Rubinreport) is going to open about a dozen of these venues.
All this is crazily good, as far as I'm concerned. I've had tens of thousands of letters from people over the last year, saying either "watching your lectures has helped me find words to express things I already knew, but didn't know I knew" or "I was in a dark, nihilistic, addicted, depressed, vengeful place and I've been trying to develop a vision for my life and tell the truth (or at least ceased lying) and things are much better."
How good is that? And what would happened if hundreds of thousands of people put themselves together? This is what would happen: The future would be better, instead of worse. That seems worth doing, particularly given the alternative.