If you don't follow him already, you really need to start. Let me tell you a little about what I've learned from Andrew WK based on his tweeting.
It's possible that you are a parent with amazing kids. Every moment that they're alive, they amaze you in uniquely incredible ways, with their brilliance, their natural kindness, and their smiles. They're soft and sweet and uncorrupted and, somehow, they're yours. You look at your bright, beautiful children every day and think How did something so perfect, pure and innocent come from me? How did I do something so right? When they laugh, you melt, and the world makes sense.
Or maybe you've found someone who makes your life complete. A special man or woman who fills in all of the gaps of your personality. Separately, you're just two lost, imperfect parts, wandering around in this waking life, desperately yet listlessly searching for meaning. Together, you're a whole, a fully realized person. Someone who calms you down, someone who makes you feel young and strong and fearless. When you married her, it made up for every bad decision you'd ever made in your entire life. When you wake up next to her in the morning, the only thing you know you couldn't face is not seeing her again. Everything else --losing your job, getting into a car accident, death, Hell-- is just a minor annoyance in comparison to being without her for just one day.
One or both of those things may be true, but no matter how much you love your kids or wife or husband, it changes nothing: You will never love anything as much as Andrew WK loves partying.