Whenever you feel flat or not like yourself, what do you do to bring yourself back? – The Philosophy of: Jason Mraz (and the joys of the small pleasures)

Listening to songs that you did at happy times might bring you back to it. Looking at old photos of times where you most felt the way you love to might as well. Or maybe even writing or drawing or just doing the stuff you did when you most felt happiest. …

There’s one thing that makes for a happy life… And that’s LIFE itself (and all its fucked up lows, ecstatic highs, anxieties, worries, fears as well as its joys, self-fulfillments and celebrations.) + The philosophy of: Gang of Youths’ Say Yes to Life.

Say you’ve been a bad boy or girl and you’ve been sentenced to death. On the day, your time is approaching and you know your life will soon be over. There will be nothing left for you to do, or hope for, or experience or hope to experience one day. You …

Um, did the lead singer of The Similou even know he was being filmed here? This isn’t ‘Dance like no one’s watching’, this is ‘Dance like you don’t even know you’re actually filming a music video right now.’ (& Another reason why this is the greatest Love/Breakup song in the history of all the musics ever)

This is how to NAIL life… Just be in your own zone, happy to do whatever you do, regardless of what people think of it (as long as you know, you’re not hurting them in some way). That is the lead singer of The Similou doing exactly that. Just doing …

This is the greatest Love/Break Up song in all the history of all the musics ever – The philosophy of: All This Love (and Rainbow Stylin’)

There’s nothing more absurd, while being amazing at the same time, as love. But the closest thing is art. And there aren’t any other things we dive into, embark upon blindly or get completely swept away by. But nothing connects us to each other than those two things. And love (and break up) songs …

These are the two greatest love songs in the history of all the musics ever… The (ridiculous, desperate, but beautiful) absurdity of: Love Songs [pt.1] – ‘Baby I Love Your Way’ & ‘Happy Birthday Helen’

How can there be 68,000,000,000,021 love songs (and even ones where the guy says he’ll ‘jump in front of a train for ya‘) in a world where people still find making love work at best a mystery, and at worst, a labour? Because there’s only 2 ways we can truly …