Jordan Peterson’s 12 Rules for Life

Just curious, has anyone besides me read this? (To be technical, I listened to most of it, as I frequently make long drives.)

Honestly I felt like he was writing about me for a lot of the book. Cliché I know, but seriously that’s how poignant and on-the-nose his themes were. There are so many areas of modern western life that tend to be incomplete in most households. Peterson’s ability to articulate the relevant points is truly stunning.

For instance, he describes religion in a way that is completely respectful towards religiosity but is also framed in the perspective of rigorous logic and scientific integrity. i.e. Embracing allegory & acknowledging it as such, while fully buying into the religious principles espoused in the good book.

At first the book seemed impossibly tedious. But once I got through 3 or 4 chapters, I could not put it down.