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Caught a video by http://sherayx.wordpress.com/ a while ago on her blog, I always ask myself, if Jesus was to come back to Earth, would we kill him AGAIN? It is in our nature to kill, be evil, and hate. I can back my claim up 100%, JFK, Bob Marley, John Lennon, Martin Luther King and more is the truth about us as a species, these men, and there were Woman and many more, I know, came and tried to do good, make change, inject love through their ways and means. Yeah we witness remarkable acts of individual kindness, I have seen it,... (more)
It has been said down through the ages, that “laughter is the best medicine.” Who doesn’t like a good, hearty laugh or a good chuckle or a simple giggle? We all enjoy a good laugh…Why? Because it is not only fun…it feels good! It is soothing to the soul and can make the worst of days into a good one almost instantly.
Laughter is good for the body and soul. It has been proven to be have many positive effects on a person’s well-being. It produces helpful hormones that fight stress, effects the immune system and in many cases, also helps lower blood pressure.
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...to come out of retirement every now and then.
Yes it's hard to believe that the rebellious punk rockers out there who were busy trying to incite Great Britain to be anarchic are now old enough to qualify for bus passes. The energy and vitality of youth may no longer be with them but music still plays an important role in the passing of age; whether that's to look back with sentimentality or to rage against Old Father Time.
Ageing and a sense of our own mortality have always been popular themes for songwriters and here are 8 of the most famous songs about getting... (more)
one could ask (no I do ask) how much to they alleviate placebos of the mind thinking of ahead walking sticks (possibly frames) be gone with you
for ageing brings memories smack bang - the hippocampus of daisy chains Hendrix - Joplin laughter sitting cross legged gunji - beer
music deafening rattling walls - parents banging loud on doors escaping through the flywire screens - just a sleep over at my friends…
riding bareback flirting with the boys hikes in forests watching the sunrise all night movie marathons popcorn - hugs in the backrow
age - best not to ... (more)
Mico says it's "music inspiration from your subconsciousness." According to the founders, Mico frees a user from having to select new songs. With Mico the headphones detects your brainwaves, searches for music from its database and then selects songs that match your mood.
Mico has been developed by Neurowear, a project team based in Tokyo, that is focused on creating "communication for the near future". Neuroware designs prototypes of new products and services based on biological signals such as your brainwaves and heartbeat. Mico has two parts to it. The headset and a mobile app.... (more)
All of us enjoy music. We all have different kinds of genres that we enjoy and some that we don't. Music is an amazing and powerful medium that can bring out all kinds of emotions from us. Music can be used in a variety of ways and can affect every person differently. It can make people nostalgic, sad, happy, excited, or romantic...just to name a few. Some examples of the effects of music is how it can "soothe the soul” or “pump up” athletes when they are getting ready for a game. Some players like to listen to loud, upbeat music to "psyche themselves up" before a game while other people... (more)
...a Piedmont bluesman. I recall a time when I’d not heard that name.
I take another look, picking up where I left off, my eyes straying further along the shelf. There’s Carr, Clapton, Collard and Collins; there’s Guy through to Hooker, House, Hurt, two James and two Johnsons.
Music is my time machine, often taking me to other places; in this case a small Victorian fishing village on the Great Ocean Road to the west of Melbourne – part hippie, part farming – a curtain of mist hanging from a hazy Otway Ranges backdrop. A fresh salt breeze floats up from the bay.... (more)
Dressing myself with Waiting's robes looking in the mirror at When. Finding thoughts that without warning haunt and scare my lonely Then. Question the mistress Waiting, again to the end of never, When? Waiting she dances, holding me close and calling her lover When Her music of chance and sultry moves under the covers of patient Then A cruel lover Waiting plays with me as I grow old with desire When Teasing from me my passing youth with Waiting's close lover When First published in Opinionsofeye.com
...impact on the German soldiers; Vor der Kaserne, Vor dem grossen Tor, Stand eine Laterne Und steht sie noch davor, So woll’n wir uns da wiederseh’n, Wenn wir bei der Laterne steh’n, Wie einst, Lilli Marleen, Wie einst, Lilli Marleen. Even Hitler, not noted for his taste in popular music, was said to be impressed, saying that “this song will not only inspire German soldiers, it might even outlast us all.” The even greater surprise is that the tune quickly became just as popular on the Allied side as the Axis, a universal anthem of love and homesickness. Although the... (more)