Music is a part of all of our lives, from when we’re growing up to when we’re old. We grow up to the sound of our mothers singing us lullabies so that we’d go to sleep. Music is one of the most calming and soothing things if you let it be. It comes from melodies and tunes strung together by people who sing and play musical instruments. The power of music shows in the simplest of things, such as when you absentmindedly tap your foot to a beat or hum a tune unknowingly.
Music is not only created by people, but it is also all around us in nature. In the mornings, when the crickets and the birds chirp, it is music. The loud sound of the waves in the ocean swishing, the whistle in the wind, and the sound of trees and leaves rustling are all their own forms of music.
Music in itself has undergone a lot of change in all its numerous genres, the world over. It’s benefits are rather inexhaustive too. From subtly soothing a battered soul, to swinging one out of depression, to rekindling hope, to creating love, spreading laughter and so many innumerable attributes.
There’s always music for every situation, readily available without judgment when friends, family may be too clueless or busy with their own lives. Some say music for the pain.
Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, and life to everything.” – Plato
How do you feel when your favourite song comes blaring right on time?
After silence, that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music.” – Aldous Huxley
For me, music are my greatest distraction. I don’t read and write, neither can I imagine a word without music.