When I was a little kid an early fascination with media was Orson Welles' War Of The Worlds radio broadcast, which convinced a surprisingly large segment of listeners that Martians had invaded Earth. That got me thinking about a lot of stuff. Pop culture permeates my mind, which has honed my sense of humor. That's one of the main places I learned what's funny despite my clinical analysis of it. Blazing Saddles is a major touchstone. (Perhaps this should go in the most private thing I'm willing to admit section.) But obscure humor isn't the only thing going inside my head. I get a strong sense of connection when I'm out in nature. It's a sense that whatever humans have created with their minds pales in comparison to nature's long, slow and overwhelmingly incomprehensible accomplishments.
Full disclosure: In spite of being a proficient drummer I am a horrible dancer, which is frustrating as dancing is such a great way to communicate. But I'm willing to try!