The Meaning of Life, in a dozen easy doses. (Video Version with Satirical Emphasis) Doses 4-6

(Second serving of three Doses. Hint, there is some significance to their order, but What the Hell! Life is plenty mixed up anyway. So, go for it!)

A detail from the painting The Rebellious Angels, by Pieter Brueghel the Younger. The European’s of the 16th and 17th centuries took this “Hell” talk real seriously! BONUS CLUE: The Meaning of Life has NOTHING to do with ‘Heaven’ or ‘Hell’!

Dose 4: Romance, very meaningful—-

“You Fascinate Me”

From the Cohen brothers, the greatest movie makers of our times; Intolerable Cruelty with George Clooney, and Catherine Zeta-Jones.

Dose 5: Add a little Dancing

Travolta kills it! Ya gotta love that move when he is up on his Toes! With Uma Thurman from Pulp Fiction. Now there is a movie that Will Not Help Life Seem Meaningful, but what a frolic.

Dose 6: Brotherly Love, and Not Selling out for “The Short End Money

Getting a little serious: “I coulda been somebody”

HERE AT THE HALFWAY POINT IN OUR 12-DOSE REGIMEN, I thought a serious note should be struck.

Great Acting! Rod Steiger and Marlon Brando in On The Waterfront, directed by the great Elia Kazan. 1954, a good year; my wife was born.

The Looney Tunes sign off.

THANKS FOR VIEWING! Hope you enjoyed them. I’m having a great time putting this together! LOVE MY METAPHYSICS, but this sure does Rock!


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