Living Life Without Music Is Not Living At All
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Living Life Without Music Is Not Living At All

The majority of the world listens to music even if they don’t like what they are listening to

Living Life Without Music Is Not Living At All

The majority of the world listens to music even if they don’t like what they are listening to. People listen to it while driving to work or on the way home, in parties, and others make up their own music and songs when out camping with friends. Not just that, but we even replay some of our favorite songs in our heads (or some catchy tunes). But the real question is, how would life be without music? How does music affect us in our everyday lives?

We already know that music can affect our emotions by bringing back memories of loved ones or they just happen to hit a sensitive spot that made you get into your “Feels”. Music has the power to make us feel alive and express ourselves by being who we are. The fact that not everyone listens to the same type of music also shows who we are. People that listen to country obviously come from the South or something close to that. Hip Hop is from the cities and suburbs and everything else is just miscellaneous and completely unknown to us.

The sweet sounds of music also have the power to brings other closer to each other. Music brings society together. There are many songs out there that are about friendship and world peace, and the people that have those same strings believe and share the same passion as these songs; they can come together and share their stories with their new found friends. How do they find each other though you may ask? Easy. Through music festivals. It’s a place where people who share the same interests come and gather to listen and vibe out to the same kind and type of music. A place where you can be free and be who you actually are and not what society wants you to be.

Music is a way of expression and a way to start a mindset. Some songs or just plain instrumentals can make people think and question what they are doing in life. It can change the way you look at certain things or the world in general. The way that you think, it sets a multitude of possibilities that you may not have thought possible before or just something a lot simpler like exploring new genres of music as a whole. There are numerous examples of how music has changed the lives of others,

It is also a way of escape and concentration for some, if not most of us. When we just want to forget everything for a moment or want to concentrate on something specifically, music is a gateway to our holy land and center of peace. Music is an important and crucial part of our lives and it is something that we all need to live without us even knowing this ourselves. We something to motivate us and keep us on our toes. So how are we going to get into our vibe of things, without something to vibe to?

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