Just want to share this quote w/ everyone. I found it just browsing a minute ago…
Only when you drink from the river of silence shall you indeed sing.
And when you have reached the mountain top, then you shall begin to climb.
And when the earth shall claim your limbs, then shall you truly dance.
Should we all confess our sins to one another we would all laugh at one another for our lack of originality.
Should we all reveal our virtues we would also laugh for the same cause.
— Khalil Gibran
I was just browsing the net, and found this one…
When man sacrifices the Love of Power for the Power of Love there will be Peace on Earth.
Then… my epiphany for the month…
Did you know… O is the vowel that separates I and U. With 3 of ’em we can say IOU, and derive I(heart)U; then ILOVEU… ILOVEYOU.
Its weird how the two derives into being indebt with another person.
Its been a loooooooong while since I’ve written a “blog”. A thought that just had to come out of my mind with all the things that have been going on… work, friends, family, life, etc etc. I know that sometimes we all just need to have some good music to groove to, and/or listen to. But I guess, its really just a subliminal thought process that never rises to the top of our heads, being consistently covered by “will this shit move me”/“this beat knocks hard”/etc-thoughts.
So what the hell am I talking about??? Its hard to explain but easy to think about. I guess it is what it is, our individual lives are our unfinished soundtracks. Consistently being written, re-arranged, collaborated by different artists (elements). Breaking barriers of certain genres: sometimes Funk, sometimes R&B, Gospel (on Sundays), Gangsta Rap (when were mad), yadda yadda yadda. Its music that is not heard but experienced by listeners—your friends and family, and those six degrees apart. It is intertwined in a circular groove that is being played 24/7 by an omnipotent entity and/or force.
But what exactly is this force? I don’t know, but I do have an idea—maybe its each and one of us. Our friends and family who keeps us going, and tells us to “keep writing those great lyrics, keep living on that wonderful beat and keep striving to hit that hard-to-reach note”.
From my mind to yours, …TGIF and thanks for “tuning in” to my beat.