The Importance of Music in our lives!

In these two short videos, musical genius Bobby Mc Farrin demonstrates how closely we connect with music.

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Wonderful and fun isn’t it?

Have a great day today. Listen to a tune, or better yet sing or dance along!

~ Penny

41 thoughts on “The Importance of Music in our lives!

  1. I can’t live without music, it is essential, absolutely essential. I love to sing in the bath, even as a child I did, and I still have my handwritten text book which fell into the bathwater… you can see the ink smeared, but it is still legible…. I will never forget that, hehe, and I still remember the song which we learnt in music lessons.

    • That is so cool Ute, that you’ve carried on with your love of music since a child.
      I am so not going to ask how the text book fell into the bathwater, lol!
      Although excellent that you still have it, ink smears and all!
      It’s amazing how well we can remember songs and rhymes from our youth, and as you say, telling too! :)xx

  2. As we are vibrational beings, no wonder Music plays such an important role in altering our own moods and energy of that feel-good-factor..
    Loved this video clip…. and it demonstrates how we are all connected too for Music is a universal language like the smile…. πŸ˜€
    Thank you for the reblog πŸ™‚
    Sue

    • Hi Sue! I agree with you about being vibrational beings (for most people its completely subliminal but still there, don’t you find?). I agree with you also about music connecting us, probably faster than other sort of medium or value, now that I think about it. Thanks for your thoughts, very interesting to dwell on! Hope your having an excellent weekend of things!!! πŸ™‚

  3. That first one was so much fun. The way the audience took part with him only giving two notes and they took the entire scale. It was awesome.

    I did like the second, but thought the first was more fun and more interactive. Brilliant.

  4. Can’t understand those who donakt ‘get it’ (and there are a few). Music lives and grows with us, reflecting and mirroring our emotions and experiences, and filling in the gaps when our own words won’t come. Keep up the good work!

    • I agree. Always has been inconceivable to me when the nature of music and how we interact seems so obvious. Thank you Chris, I’ll be my best. A special thank you for your visit and taking the time to comment!

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