Søren Aabye Kierkegaard lived in Copenhagen, Denmark and studied at the University of Copenhagen from 1830-1840 with the intention of becoming a Christian Lutheran preacher and teacher as his father requested. Sometime during his studies he made the decision that he really didn’t want to preach or teach because he felt he was called to write.
He always referred to “my reader” or “my listener” in his writings. His goal was to turn his readers from the external world to the inner beauty of the world of the spirit. He preached a spiritual communism.
If you’re bored Kierkegaard says you should rotate your crops.
Kierkegaard says there is a Spiritual Marshall available for everyone.
Consider the lilies and the birds. God’s divinely appointed teachers.
I have read what I could find into Librivox – see the link below. LibriVox is a public domain audio site maintained by volunteers.
YouTube seemed to be a good platform for me to create videos about Kierkegaard and his works so I have gathered a good number of videos from across YouTube.
I found that many of the writings by and about Kierkegaard were listed on archive.org – this is a depository for texts, audio, video, software, etc.