“Why would the first thing I share be some weird videos of Indian monks dancing around covered in ashes and a crazy film entirely in Telugu?” I racked my brain to understand why I’d return to writing with such a random set of things to publish. The responses were rolling in, too.
Supreme tells the truth, as it really is, wherever he goes. Sometimes it’s funny, sometimes it’s heavy. It’s always meaningful and worth hearing. He speaks with the mind of a rapper-turned-teacher, employing fascinating stories, often from his own wild life or those of random famous people, to pull our attention while he works in a compelling commentary on the values one can draw from this example, leading into a challenge for the audience to do something – who knows what – very differently than they have before. And then he tells a fart joke.