Good afternoon beautiful world ... For 2 days, I have been trying to write a little ditty tune to accompany a couple of videos ... However, it would seem that (what was suppose to be) a little ditty tune has turned into a personal "Virgil" epic ... As I sit here and reflect, I am having a moment where I am not sure anymore if I wrote the song or if the song wrote me. Just click on the link below and then click on play. No need to download.
Inspired by connections we create with people on a daily basis, how those people influence our lives and viceversa, (knowingly and unknowingly,) and how, sometimes, something beyond the mind stops for long enough to realise (and appreciate) the life journey we've had to take in order to be in the same place; to share the same space and time.
Every encounter will last the time it needs to. Every encounter has something to teach us. Every lesson learned leads us to becoming the new, ever evolving, human being that we are. Every encounter matters in the bigger mosaic of who we were, who we are and who we want to be. No encounter is ever a matter of chance.... but every once in a while, or maybe once in a lifetime, the encounter is so powerful, that no matter what?, where?, why?, when? and how long for?, it awakens the very core of something inside us that is beyond this one life time we find ourselves in.
It is such an inspiring encounter that it's almost like picking up an eternal soul dance in which we know the steps even though we've never danced before.
It's best to listen to the track using headphones for the full effect. Take from it what you will. Music, like any form of art, is always about how it stirs personal emotions and is, therefore, open to personal interpretation ... Personally, I am grateful to the Universe for this encounter, (a muse,) that has the appearance of Spring in the midst of a cold, harsh, winter.
Please do let me know how it makes you feel. I would be very interested in comments and feedback. Thank you.
My love to all of you out there in the world and may your encounters be one of love, kindness, compassion and sharing. Love each other ... life really is too short