My son, Adam, just recently wrote the words “Serenity now!” on a couple or more of his internet social network media spots. Ever so cryptic as Adam can be, I had to do a google search to try to figure out what his message really is about. Having done so, my best guess is that he may be making reference to a relaxation technique that had its debut appearance on an episode of the television show of Jerry Seinfeld.
You see, there was an episode, number 159 of the television series Seinfeld to be exact, entitled “The Serenity Now” that involved Frank Costanza (played by Jerry Stiller) yelling Serenity Now! whenever he was frustrated. It was Frank’s doctor who suggested Frank say those words to help alleviate his frustration.