(This text is coloured in a light shade, so if you are reading this, then good job! You have found a free compliment without a nasty undertone. You are looking great today! Keep on being awesome!) If this thread is anything to go by, thinking about things you love should be done more often, and by sharing it, some people can be inspired to think about things they love, maybe it will make them feel better after an awful day working somewhere like a meat processing plant, or in psychiatric ward for people who go mental upon hearing the word "door." The world isn't nice, but some things in it are, and they're worth sticking around for, for example: When the right song comes on at the right time. For a moment you just get to forget about the rat race and enjoy the music. For example, I'd just finished a 12 hour day working in central Wellington, which is awful when you do physical work. As I got out of the city and headed along the side of the harbour the sun was setting, a beautiful sunset behind me, and then "Peaceful Harbor" comes on by Flying Colors. A serene song that fit the scene as I started the long drive home. For that moment I felt truly involved in the moment, and was able to just ignore the stresses of the day and enjoy being alive. Family. Even if you are an under achiever like me, you try and try but you never quite live up to the standards of those around you, family still have your back. And that is truly important, and you must never take it for granted. The sense of pride when you finish creating something and look/listen back on it. Maybe you've made a shed in your back yard; skin for a game; a song, or maybe a coffee that tastes just right. Feeling like you've achieved something at no detriment to something/someone else is great, and people seem to miss out on that because in many cases it serves no financial benefit, or meaning to those around them. Making someone's day better by simply having a nice vehicle. For example, sometimes when I'm riding my motorbike I get kids that see the bike and find that exciting. They wave and jump around, and I give them a wave back and rev the bike up, it makes them happy. And it's nice to know that in making myself happy, I can make other people happy too, that said children are quite easy to please. Positivity is fun, even if it makes you look silly. I said for example a lot in this post.