When it feels like the worst has come to the worst, and you feel like you’re suffering the worst of the worst alone, you never are.

If someone had a knife to your throat, and you were certain they were going to go slashy-slashy … what’s the one thing you’d wish for? A good job? To be happy? To be rich? Or just to live?… To live a bit longer? Well, luckily that’s (probably) not happening to …

What’s your dream? Imagine never realising it. What’s your goal? Imagine never achieving it. Who do you love? Imagine they left you (or died). What are you grateful for? Imagine you lost it all. – If the worst came to the worst… (& The Philosophy of: The School of Life)

It may not be useful, or a life worth living, if you go about your usual day imagining the worst is going to happen. That sounds like a bullshit kind of life. But imagining tragedy–the things you most don’t want to– can lead to you being prepared for (and happy …

Everything is actually going to be alright (and is) – The philosophy of: No Woman No Cry

If you’re having a day where you’re worried, anxious or uncertain (is that a bad thing?), listen to this – it’s impossible to keep feeling the same way. You can always go to your Kokomo, anytime, and anywhere you are. And the same goes for this: Because if you’re alive, you are …

If you’re experiencing something deep, some real emotions, some powerful feelings of fear, challenge, toughness or isolation, embrace them. These are the real times of life.

Most people have a one (or a lot of) songs that when they hear them, the song automatically takes you back to some time. And most times, that time it takes you back to a time when things were amazing, or scary, or unusual or completely not what you had …

Are you suffering because of a future that may not even be bad? Or may even be far greater than you fear? Or may not even happen at all?

If something sucks, or worse, is terrible, do we suffer? Maybe you think yes. Is that situation of suffering definite (at least in your current perception of reality)? Maybe you also think yes. And is your current reality 100% certain and present (at least in your own perception)? Maybe that’s …

Everytime you get in the shower, do you freak the fuck out when water starts coming down?… When you’re out, instead of thinking: ‘It’s starting to rain, time to go home’, what about instead thinking: ‘It’s starting to rain, time to STAY LONGER.’? There’s no such thing as good or bad weather. (& The philosophy of: some dude taking photos of the storm at the beach in the rain)

Good weather. Bad weather. Blah blah whatever. How much does the weather run your life? Is it the weather that stops you from doing what you want to do, or you? If the weather controls what you do and don’t do, you’re not the driver of your own life. You’re …