Here is his Easter meditation. He makes a very original and interesting point about nine minutes in, one that had never occurred to me before. But it's all brilliant, even the stuff you've heard before. He just puts it so well and so succinctly.
I'm also glad he's looking at the camera now, instead of that stupid gimmick of looking off-camera as though he was being interviewed. When did this silly trick begin? When we see a toothpaste ad where a dentist is talking off-camera to an unseen interlocutor, are we seriously meant to believe that it's a clip from a documentary?