Really good music works sorta like alcohol. If you get too much of it you think everything you do is totally great. It gives me a high much better than alcohol. When I make art or write to music it takes on an eternal quality.
Speaking of which, why am I here on a Friday night writing about art when, like a good artist, I should be out consuming alcohol with friends? Not my thing. Not anymore anyway. I'm actually thinking of working. And that's a good thing.
Really good music erases pain and suffering. It removes doubt. It creates the illusion that there is justice in the world and I about to reap the benefits of my good behaviour . . . that anything is possible. Including that someone will read this and leave a comment.