SPIRITUAL CAVE OF POSITIVITY
if you ever feel sad in life look outside and know that there are babes in the world and then you’ll be happy
download the song here: http://soundcloud.com/xsnackpack/spiritual-cave-of-positivity
Daniel Alexander welcomes aliens to planet Earth. Everybody sees the same sky on planet Earth. Hopefully some aliens have been following Daniel on Tweeter via a mobile app. In the video there are three different Daniels: the Father Daniel, the Son Daniel, and the Holy Ghost of Daniel. A holy trinity of Daniel explains the many wonders of Earth while angelic music plays. Compared to Steve’s love of Satan, Daniel’s love of Earth is a wonderful thing. All these happy organisms co-exist on Earth because the Earth is a nice, chill place.
Sadness can overwhelm. Daniel suggests everyone look outside and be happy at what they see. It can be anything. Roads, trees, wildlife, some dudes, babes, concrete, a parking lot, brick, and beyond that is the sky. Nothing is limiting but one’s perspective. If one simply looks down at the ground they miss the beautiful sky above. To make sure one knows there is a sky all one has to do is jump. Generally the jumping does not lead to a high percentage of time spent being airborne but it is a start.
Be positive is Daniel Alexander’s mantra. He wrote the song about positivity. Now he tells others to look into the mirror. One should like that person in the mirror. If somebody fails to see a reflection that means they are a vampire. Being a vampire is okay though since it is this is Halloween. That can become a cool costume for Halloween parties, assuming they are on a weekend and not on a Wednesday night.
Here Daniel begins to describe his life. Over cities and oceans Daniel soars. Few know this but Daniel is a bird. After he wrote the song on the spiritual cave of positivity an extraterrestrial being gave him a choice: he could have a lifetime supply of Pringles or he could have wings. Being an intelligent creature Daniel chose wings. Many would have picked Pringles. However Daniel hates Pringles and the addiction they bring. Millions of Americans know that ‘once you pop you just don’t stop’ which has created horrible, crippling addictions. Pringles are the heroin of the snack world.
Apparently humans do not exist in space, excluding the space station. Daniel waxes poetic about what he had for dinner. It was a hamburger, of divine quality. How the thing ends is with the song slowly fading out and Daniel’s piercing stare into the camera as mountains roll behind him. No one is as positive as Daniel about this great green and blue thing called Earth.