Where The Heart Is, There Is Music Too

It's obviously redundant, but I still believe that every time our hearts are broken into pieces there's always music in the road to healing.

If you're grieving because of a lost relative, or remembering the sudden death of a friend, it's not easy to go by the odds of time, but with soulful music - there's hope.

Or if you lost a loved one, a wayward lover, maybe, it's still inspiring to hear a well-written piece of music. No wonder many people love different kinds of musical instruments such as piano, guitar, violin, cello, flute and more.

I've seen people window shopping in music centers and record bars, including visiting online resources such as guitarscenter or other sites that have promos of amazing musical instruments. It's not surprising that more and more people rely on music to seek acceptance and place in their circle of friends. Others became instantly famous because of it.

But what about those who are terribly heartbroken?

Thank you, Laura. You had shared a piece that's so inspiring. :)

I'm thinking about a beautiful song that I really like - It's Not Goodbye by Laura Pausini - and it makes me cry. In the same day last year, someone died, and she's part of the clan. And yes, this song is perfect for lovers, too. 

Why is it that there's always goodbye? Disagreements occur in a relationship. Many friends fall apart as time goes by. And let me say this by experience: only ardent lovers can bravely say that it's not goodbye. 

What do you think? Can you relate with me in that situation?

Laura Pausini - It's Not Goodbye
There's always magic in being humble and forgiving because relationships are not permanent - unless you believe in eternity so faithfully. If you want to think about it so clearly, listen to music that promotes hope, faith and humility. 

I just did.