Stop doing everything for a moment.
Close your eyes and give your ears a break.
Sit down, but please don’t fall asleep.
Don’t move, not that you have to freeze.
Thoughts flow through your mind; let them go.
Clouds only last for an hour.
Don’t be afraid to be a clown; it’s okay to scare the children sometimes.
Don’t cry about the time you didn’t make your move; maybe she would have broken your heart anyway.
Look on the bright side of the mushroom cloud.
Don’t fret about the machinations of the mutton-heads who run the world.
Take a deep breath to soften the inside of your coffin.
Feel your heart beat the odds.
Walk away from the decaying light of your possessive obsessions.
Go for a swim in the lake of mistakes.
Feeling frisky? Drink some whiskey. Might be risky.
It’s hard work learning how to be a jerk. Jump off the treadmill and let your gut grow.
Close the door to the refrigerator without taking anything out.
Have a drink of water, a liquid miracle.
Remember that everyone is your friend, from the beginning to the end.