One of my favorite lines from one of the songs on the Sound Of Music is, “…somewhere in my youth or childhood, I must’ve done something good…”
I can relate to it, as I believe that whatever good life has come my way now is a result of something good I’ve done in the past. Either consciously or unknowingly, the little good things I have done have earned me the bc rich I am enjoying today.
I guess that’s pretty much how the universe balances itself out. You get from it what you put into it. If you give off kindness, it comes back to you in ways you can never imagine. Nothing comes from nothing.
This is again one of those days when all I feel like doing is listening to old music. When I say old, I mean 80’s. That was the era I grew up in. Music has always been an unshakeable part of my being. You can strip me of my clothes and run a tractor on my new shoes, but don’t mess with my favorite songs.
There’s a certain inexplicable power in music. It somehow succeeds at uplifting my spirits on a gloomy day. It brings on a flood of memories of my growing up years. Music reminds me of who I am. When I listen to my old favorite songs, emotions associated with those songs come rushing like a tidal wave. I am transported back in time.
What does music do to you, click here. Does it help brighten your mood as well?
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Again, I borrowed this from my daughter’s compilation of motivational and inspirational quotes.