If you’re a play write, composer or conductor of an orchestra. Next time you’re searching for inspiration. Check out your local food plants. The machinery will get you to thinking, Some parts sound like a big drum, others of a snare drum. It will take your song writing to a different level.
There are some parts that remind you of an opening movie with the big build up of the drum section. Nature has a lot of songs that haven’t been written yet too. There is music everywhere if you choose to pay attention and listen.
Musicals that are yet unwritten. Music can be found in everyday life. I remember my love birds getting all excited when they heard nature sound on a cd. Especially the part where the other birdies were chirping. They were so cute with their little vocals adding in to the conversation.
Even if you’re not a musician, you will find rhythms and beats all around you.
There are many types of love. There is the love across a crowded room where you can sense the other persons energy before you see them. Sounds like something out of a romance novel doesn’t it! I am constantly warning my clients about the chemistry thing in all the different love scenarios. If the other person isn’t feeling it long-term it’s a wash.
Sometimes, I think the reason why we see it in all its different nuances is so when the real deal comes we truly recognize it. If you have come from an abusive relationship or grew up in an abusive home the journey to love can be very bumpy. All of these experiences are to teach us what love is not so that when love comes knocking you can really recognize it.
Love is not about belittling another person or slamming someone’s self-esteem into the ground. Love does not beat someone black and blue. Love is about each person in the relationship growing and discovering new things about themselves and the other person. Celebrating your successes and failures without fear of ridicule. When two people come together they actually bring out the best in each other . They fit together like a puzzle piece that hasn’t been forced to fit. When it is a perfect match it is truly the dance of love.
My kitten Mystic has taught me that no matter how old we are, we still need play. I adopted Mystic three weeks after saying good-bye to a very dear cat of mine, Jasmine. Mystic has taught me that hide-and-seek is not just for kids; it can be fun at any age. Peek-a-boo is another favorite.
We all need more play in our lives, especially because life is so fast-paced. These simple games make a day more special and help us unwind. Mystic helps me look at life differently. She looks at everything as an adventure. She is quiet fun. She gets a sudden light in her eyes when she plays. Pets reconnect us to the innocence and joy that we can find in the simple things – and to our childhood before we had to be grown-ups.