Midoca’s music is all about mood and emotion, and he nails it once again with this one. Not wanting to come down, from anything, is probably one of the greatest desires of mankind throughout all of human history right? Think about it, just the concept of “never coming down” touches on the great fact that we can’t maintain any sort of higher state of consciousness. Even as we rise out of this spiritual dark age, “enlightenment” or higher level spiritual satisfaction is still as fleeting as fleeting gets. Midoca describes it even better, cause you know, it’s his song:
“‘Never Coming Down’ is about embracing a new high and the inevitable resist as euphoria slips through the cracks of your mind.”
That’s the problem, it always slips through the cracks. If we could maintain that state we don’t want to come down from, we wouldn’t need drugs, that’s for sure. There’s probably countless other things we crave that we’d immediately stop needing. Most of what we do is directly or indirectly related to achieving some sort of high – from closing a business deal to jogging a few miles to drinking a glass of wine after work – we do it for the high. We know it’s temporary, so we’re always chasing it. That’s definitely a source of anxiety and depression for people that can’t get cozy with that concept. That’s why you gotta really dig deep and found out what it is you love to do, and then do it all the time. If anything, that just limits the amount of time you’re wishing you were doing something else. But at the same time you’ll get really good at what you love to do, and that’s definitely a recipe for happiness and success.