This certainly would’ve improved the life a certain someone named Sisyphus. Wait, don’t move! Let me google that for you (LMGTFY): http://tinyurl.com/nenrgv. And if you’re too lazy to click on the link, the Greek king was sentenced to an eternity of pushing a boulder the size of Rome up a steep mountain, then watching as it rolled back down. Start over + repeat indefinitely. Then, in the 1960s, the French philosopher Albert Camus wrote an essay. In it, he likened the Sisyphian struggle to the absurd search for meaning in life. Now, imagine this: we give the MINI-Cooper on the ski lift to Sisyphus, and put Camus inside -to keep our old Greek king amused- and, poof! The rest of us can go on being inspired by the out-of-doors, and stop googling whether it all means anything.