“I refuse to accept the view that mankind is so tragically bound to the starless midnight of racism and war that the bright daybreak of peace and brotherhood can never become a reality… I believe that unarmed truth and unconditional love will have the final word.”
Martin Luther King, Jr.
Here is whats been on my ipod recently. I can comfortably say these are all dam good songs.
Florence + The Machines
Mumford and Sons
Birdy Nam Nam (Skrillex Remix)
Daddy Yankee (I know…)
Ok, I have to admit I was never a HUGE fan of the DJ Skrillex in the past, but after listening to this album I’m so down with his work. He is an amazing artist. This album really got me. I was dancing in my chair the entire time, and I am super picky with my music. It has to have a really good beat to make me want to move. I really appreciate that he is doing some really experimental things with mixing different genres that I’ve never heard. I think what really got me was the last part which is classical! What the…..? It still has the same tune from earlier in the album, but there is no deep beat behind it. Soooo cool. I really like the hip hop beats that he mixes in along with sometimes kinda creepy synthesizers.
WARNING: If you are sensitive to loud noises or deep bass or electronic music at all then this is not for you. For example, I know my mum would get a headache listening to this.
Music is like wine. You can taste it and savor it and discuss it, or chug the cheap stuff just cause you wanna get drunk.
Try a meditation to handle depression, deal with an addiction or heal yourself
“The most beneficial way of breathing is to inhale completely by filling your lungs with the breath and then exhale and completely empty them. By intentionally focusing attention on your breath, you are practicing conscious breathing.
By changing the rhythm and depth of your breath one can begin to change addictive behavioral patterns.” –http://www.super-health.net
this song gets me so hard
i’ve had this stuck in my head all day
“Do you know how beautiful You are?
I think not, my dear.
For as you talk of God,
I see great parades with wildly colorful bands
Streaming from your mind and heart,
Carrying wonderful and secret messages
To every corner of this world.
I see saints bowing in the mountains
Hundreds of miles away
To the wonder of sounds
That break into light
From your most common words.”