Everything I write is a George Carlin routine. When you get to the end of your rope, you have to change your mind about what is important. It's all about being right about what's important. All of our problems stem from being wrong about what's important. We will know when we are wrong about what's important when our life brings us problems, one after another, and we turn to drugs/sex/alcohol/money to relieve ourselves of the exhaustion of existence. Our life is here to wake us up. To get us back on track, in the service of what's important. If we have problems and are creating more problems by the way we are dealing with our problems, we are in the grip of the wrong things being important. We have to sit down, be quiet, still and empty, and take stock, see what we are doing and change our mind about what's important. When we finally figure it out, and are right at last about what is important, our life will smile, everything will fall into place, and be right with the world, and we will be singin' and dancin' in the rain, and the sunshine, because nothing matters more than being right about what's important and living as though it is.