There are different types of pain including emotional pain and of course physical pain. Anyone who has ever experienced a break up has felt true sorrow. My story isn’t as sad as most, but I will never forget the feeling of someone I love telling me they didn’t want to be with me anymore. My heart felt like it was shattered, I lost my appetite, and my emotions were crazy. But no one explains how it feels after a break up better than Saddi “The rose and the thorn and sorrow and gladness are linked together.” (Brain quote blog) This can work for anything that really causes you any form of pain.
There are my distractions in life and he took for granted the loved he used to have for her. He started to feel those old emotions as he held her and saw that his baby was always there. The tragedy of losing his love helped him see what was always in front of him. He might have always had that love but didn’t realize how much he was still in love with her. The lyric “I lost my love, my life that night” (Pearl Jam) is an important part of the song because he feels that life is over.
My mind tried to keep telling myself it was going to be okay, but from the tiniest part in the back of my head, it whispered no, it wasn’t. It was so goddamn hard to leave something that you knew was important and start a new life somewhere else without even knowing what it was. The ride, the arrival, it was just a blur in my head. Each step I took seemed to echo in my ears, straight into my mind. Every movement I made had my heart plunging down the depths of my very own soul.
Humanism was based around the strengths of humans. The result of this was a vast dominance of the arts during this time. Art, architecture, music, poetry and more were encouraged because they exhibited the talents and intellectuality humans had to offer. One of the main influences present during the Italian Renaissance in not only Florence but other European countries was the de’ Medici family. The de’ Medici family was a powerful influence during not only the time of the Renaissance, but over a time period stretching for generations.
Why did humanity come up with the concept of music? Charles Darwin hypothesizes how humans came up with music for a way to celebrate, a way to socialize and entertain one another. Music experts say music is a way to reunite people. A universal pastime for people of different nationalities and backgrounds to gather together, a social glue. Music has been in existence for a very extensive time in human history, music has had a monumental impact on us.
If it hadn’t been for my music player I am positive that I would have committed many mistakes that I would still regret. All situations and decisions that appeared now had to go through a process that involved me being alone with my earphones in my ears. It is hard to describe what this object really does for me, but I am glad it appeared in my life. I can consciously say that having the convenience of an object that allows me to hear music at any moment has made me the calm, analytical and thoughtful person I am today. My music player is and will always be the transitional object that aids me in most personal experiences.
It is a beautiful thing that no person should be denied. The emotions agitated up by music define the mood by influencing the mind into a temporary state of fear, joy, pain, sorry, anger and excitement. Sometimes music brings in both sad and beautiful memories. It is often misunderstood that music is limited to only those who can hear it. This automatically excludes the deaf as they cannot hear.
Musical artist are those whom had become the most influential people in the world. It was through their music that they have touched many and inspired many to do the same as they have, which it to send a message through music and in their lives that is shown to the public that they share their ideas and visions. It is here that there is the essence of power in an artist that, through their music and in extension their lives that they leave marks on their audiences. Some may say that one effect is what is known as the Last Song Syndrome or LSS, wherein a song get stuck in the mind of the listener, even a song that one would consider to be annoying or in a way an audience lives by what they see in the artist they admire. (LSS) There are also those times wherein the ‘fans’ try to live life as their icon, the artists.
It has been said that the best way to learn about a people, about its culture, is to observe and listen to it's art and music. Music is the most powerful of all the arts because it stimulates, manipulates and dissipates our moods through the emotions. Music, in our culture, functions in many ways; it can make work more enjoyable, create a fraternity among men, encourage a spirit of worship, and be an expression of emotion. Music can make hard work seem easier, or rather, make it tolerable. In the days of slavery in the united states, the birth of the blues, singing while working in the fields was a good way to make the day go by.