The Philosophy of: Little Miss Sunshine (& Marcel Proust) – The meaning of life lies in the tough times, the trials and the suffering (& acting like a kid)

Though the fun times in life can be cruisy and comfortable, it’s the challenges that make you who you are. And they make you enjoy the good times (and be able to create joy in any situation) because you don’t need them, you don’t rely on them always being there, you …

‘If you put your trust out there… if you give people the benefit of the doubt, see their best intentions… people will rise to the occasion’ – The Philosophy of: Ned (from Our Idiot Brother)

What would happen if you just believed the best in everything and everyone? What would happen if you were completely honest with yourself and others at all times? Maybe that could be the ultimate way to live your life… (watch at 1:25…): The complete honesty with yourself seems to be …

‘Better a priest, than a beast.’ – The Philosophy of The Mighty Boosh’s Bongo Brothers, specifically Rudi Vandisarzio (If balance and moderation is essential to everything, then is indifference to everything also the key to a good life)?

Once upon a time, The Bongo Brothers went wandering the desert, in desperate search for the new sound. Well, it was once upon a time in an episode of The Mighty Boosh. And this is how it all went down. And while Spida Dijon is a brash, young and wild ‘typical’ …

A Deep Dive into: AI [pt.10] – On the philosophy of: Terminator Genisys (If the Terminators are super intelligent, why don’t they just poison the water supply with a undetectable neurotoxin instead of fighting us on our level, with dumbass guns and bullets? If I want to kill a bug I don’t put all my effort into shrinking myself to its level so I can fight like an ant, making it a ‘fair’ fight.)

If there’s an ant in my kitchen, wandering across the benchtop, I squish it. I don’t fight with it and try to kill it in a way that other ants would. I don’t try to latch on to its antennae and pull until I separate them from their body. Nor …

The Philosophy of Monty Python’s Stan (from Life of Brian) – You came from nothing, you go back to nothing. What’ve ya got to lose? Nothing.

Everything that is something had to come from nothing. Every relationship you have in your life, at some point, was not there. So if you were fine before it happened, it’s prove you’ll be fine after it’s gone. Which is like life. At some point you didn’t live. And the world …

A Deep Dive into: Fear [pt.8] – The fear of not meeting someone before your looks deteriorate. (& The Philosophy of: I Feel Pretty)

When you think about how many couples get married and divorced, and how many in relationships that involve cheating, lying, infidelity etc.. why does this happen? Now, sure there are most likely a lot of relationships that involve none of the above, and actually are based completely on trust and …

The Philosophy of: Waking Life – What is Consciousness (and the Mind)? + The Philosophy of: Bart asking what it is. And Homer on what he thinks it is.

When you’re dreaming what’s the difference between it and being awake?¹ Is it just a case of having less sensory input compared to when you’re awake? Your brain can’t distinguish between things that happen in your dreams and things when you’re awake. Biut look at your body when you’re asleep. It lies …

The Philosophy of: Lucy [pt.2] – If the first living organism passed on genetic information to its offspring, and that passed down information to its, then that passed it down to its and… ###FAST FORWARD x AMOUNT OF GENERATIONS TILL YOU GET TO US### …then you never really die.

‘We Never Really Die’ *(go to 1:35) When the first single cell organism, the prokaryote, began to exist, it learned about its environment. It survived, and that information on how to survive and withstand possible dangers was passed on to its next generation. Then if the next organism because even …

The Philosophy of: Lucy – Who you are, what you want to be… it’s all obstacles.

All the (created) anxieties around life, like ‘You have to find your passion’, you have to be successful, you have to own a house as young as possible, you need to look cool, or hot, or young… it’s all bullshit… and as Lucy says, it’s all obstacles. All of that stands …

Dust. Wind. Dude. – The Philosoph(izing) of: Bill S. Preston esquire and Ted Theodore Logan [pt.3]

Throughout the ages, wisdom hasn’t changed. We were the exact same species one hundred, five hundred, two thousand and 5 thousand years ago. We still all live and we die (for now). Whether our inability to process and accept wisdom is the reason for the wisdom never evolving is another …