Don’t Just Face The Music…Embrace It!

7 Jan

“Music expresses that which cannot be put into words and cannot remain silent.”-Victor Hugo

I’ve always been a lover of music. Like writing, I feel like music has the power to express certain emotions better than just trying to explain how certain emotions make you feel. Music is heard, but it’s also felt. It has the power to be felt in the deepest part of your soul…the parts you may have kept hidden, but ones you know are still there.

All the emotions that music brings up, they mean something. Sometimes, they bring up feelings that are hard to face…even painful to face. And some things can be kept hidden. But all in all, they need to be faced. Often it takes time to face certain parts of our past, and that’s okay. But it’s important to remember that facing parts of our past can provide us with a certain amount of closure that we need.

Music brings up memories, tears, laughs, anger. And those feelings…you’ve got to embrace them, even if they hurt. Because those feelings make up every single part of you that makes you who you are. And the only thing that holds true is that all of us are you unique. So we might as well embrace the all the parts of ourselves that make us the person we are.

(Sorry for the short post tonight. It’s my first night back at college, and I’m spending it enjoying sushi and watching tv.)

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One Response to “Don’t Just Face The Music…Embrace It!”

  1. celestealluvial January 7, 2012 at 9:52 pm #

    I agree with you. Music is the heart of the soul. What a thoughtful post! Happy writing, Celeste. 🙂

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