That’s the sound of love

Methodical notes. In the key of E. Emphasis on the piano and a high pitched sound of a violin.

  
 

Music.

The sound or better yet sounds that I am grateful for plays out in my life as music.  

 

From gamma frequencies to delta beats of rhythm and blues. Punk rock when I’m a wild child and on the tips of my toes in a classical ballet. To the heels of my feet when a hip hop song plays. 

Taking me to church on a regular day. 

Music makes me grateful for these two ears. It drowns out my tears and lifts my spirits. It tells me a story and I can tell mine with it. Melody is heaven sent and I’m blessed beyond words with the gift of it. 

The music has lead me to far away places and opened closed doors. 

  
Day 10 of grateful January and the question is. What sound are you grateful for?

I’m thankful for another day to play music. 
C. L Cunningham 

Namaste is the way to peace 🦋

Sending you light and love 

Photos courtesy of https://www.pinterest.com/pin/481251910172504412/

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