A CRAZY RANT ABOUT A REAL GOOD POST i SAW JUST AN HOUR AGO……ABOUT MUSIC-

Funny you should bring the subject up. I was creating a custom station on iheart – and was actually just trying to select songs for my favorites list .I am not finished yet but thought I would add a thought to the great post on music you did, After reading the post, I started to think about the songs I was looking for and why those songs? I realized that music, for me anyways, has an incredible way of instantly bringing to my memory different events, sad or happy. Different stages of life I have stumbled through, ones that I feel pain or joy when I hear.The association and recall of memories instigated by certain songs is surreal….I sometimes even find that I will play songs that I know iwill bring a bref dark cloud over me, I think just so I can experience the ray of sunshine that follows it –

Anyways, I can be driving down the road and thinking about a truck I like, when in a split second my mind intervenes via a new but old song on the radio, In seconds I am reliving a heart pounding memory from the past like Seether with Amy Lee./.ON BROKEN… ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….                                                                        .I will be posting soon on my blog some statistics on the power of our tongues, and how powerful words truly can be !.
What begins with the mouth usually ends up in our body at some point.

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