The point of philosophy is not to talk an endless amount of bullshit, it’s to do just enough of it to realise how simple things really are, so as to live your best life (+ why Albert Camus gets dissed for being a shit philosopher. And why he probably wouldn’t give a fuck.)

Philosophy is not about making ‘progress’. Figuring out how to live a good life is as confusing now as it was in Ancient Greece over 2,000 years ago. The worries, anxieties and fears people have are basically the same, the only things that have changed are the technology that affects …

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 …

‘Got dirt, got air, got water and I know you can carry on…’ – The Philosophy of: Modest Mouse – The Good Times are Killing Me

If you’ve got water, oxygen to breathe, some shelter to maintain your body temperature, and some sort of food to get nutrients from (or dirt.) you’re good.  If you’ve got existence, you’ve got what you need (everything else in life is a bonus). Think of all the people who don’t …

A Deep Dive into: The absurdity of knowing (& understanding) other people [pt.2] – How is it possible to know why people do what they do? (& The philosophy of: Charlie Fineman from Reign Over Me)

If someone’s decisions seems odd or completely understandable to you, they’re probably a no-brainer to them. And even if you think you do understand the motivations and reasons for their decisions or what they do, you probably only know a part of the picture.  Natasha in Tolstoy’s War and Peace is misunderstood, …