Source: Celebrating Music
Day: December 17, 2015
Music is my solace and it’s a sign I’m relaxed. Hearing me singing and enjoying music is something not many may have witnessed but it’s something Shiva has witnessed on so many occasions. I’ve never gotten around to taping it for those who might find it hard to believe, but the truth is, at that moment you’re thoroughly enjoying the moment.
There is so much truth in these statements:
Bob Marley -“One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain.”
Friedrich Nietzsche- “Without music, life would be a mistake.”
Victor Hugo- “Music expresses that which cannot be put into words and that which cannot remain silent.”
We don’t feel pain when we are really into the music do we? We don’t. Further to this, can we imagine life without music? Surely we cannot, now can we? Music is just so full of energy and rhythm. The lyrics, the beat and everything we can think about are proof that it’s soothing, through and through!
It’s pure therapy for most, including me. It relaxes and it’s healing also. Here is an example:
Can you think of the effect soca, calypso and parang have on Trinidadians and Tobagonians! It’s the perfect example especially when Carnival and Christmas come around.
Just a few weeks the Digicel Rising Stars 2015 completed. Now in Trinidad and Tobago we can all agree that is a big thing as it’s local talent and an outpouring of our local talent . The winner was Angela Didier. Here is some of what you missed:
This past week marked the Finals of The Voice Season 9. It was such a great season that was also overflowing with pure talent.
Music appeals to us in various ways. It means different things to all of us!
Now this is how I need your help everyone! I really would appreciate it! Please share your responses to these two questions:
What does music mean to you?
Which song/ songs make you laugh? Which songs make you sing along?
Hopefully you have enjoyed this but please remember I’m looking forward to hearing from you!