Approaching new people hoping to make a connection or friendship (or maybe even more) and what’s Monty Python got to do with it (inspired by my mate Matt.)

If you’re afraid to approach someone you want to talk to, meet, are interested in, or want to make a connection with, well, you don’t have that right now. So what’s the risk? You currently don’t have a friendship, relationship, their phone number or a connection to them, so if …

Okay, so maybe we live and then we die, and there’s nothing we can do about it, but it’s all the more reason to enjoy it – The (Optimistically Nihilistic) Philosophy of: Albert Camus [pt.3]

What do you think is the point of life and the universe? There’s a range of Existential approaches to the question, that range from guys like Schoppenhauer who said that life has no meaning and is nothing but a punishment, to guys like Kierkegaard who said that we live and die, but …

The Stoicism of: The Onion – On Trials, challenges, life, death, good times and bad (and hot and cold showers).

Though at first this article seems like The Onion are taking the piss out of (and they might be) Stoic approaches to misfortune, trials, life, death, gratitude, nature and the indifference of the universe, and good and bad times (and even taking cold showers) reveals itself as you peel the layers, much like …

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 …