Posts Tagged ‘music’

A beautiful song. A prayer for mankind. A prayer for the world. I hope you like it as much as I do.


Blessings, Susan ♥

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Who can say….. Only time, Enya, Beautiful and so descriptive of someone lost, trying to find their way.


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The days of magic and sorcery seem long past. There seems little evidence of Wizards or Witches, Sorcerers or Sorceresses, Elves and Gnomes, Fairies, Sprites and Sylphs. Yet underneath all the trappings of our great modern world there lies hidden the old beliefs that all these still exist. We simply need to learn to look quickly out of the corner of our eyes and we can see them still.

But that is another tale for another time. Tonight, the hour is late and music seems to soothe the savage beast.

So I thought of something that captured that imagination of the savage beast, the magic and lust for life and found a song to do all that. It’s an oldie but still good. Who could forget Meatloaf’s rendition of “I’d do Anything for Love”?

Inspired by The Phantom of the Opera he captured the essence of the tormented magician/sorcerer in love with the beautiful woman. Love conquers all – as it should. I hope you enjoy it.




Blessings and a happy weekend, Susan ♥

© Susan Jamieson 2014


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Days pass in a blur as we try to get around all the important appointments scheduled at present. By the time we finally arrive home we are too tired to gather our scattered thoughts to do very much.

Tonight, to create a change of pace and wind down, we decided to watch Avatar. Not the same as the big screen but, as a completely diverse scenario from daily life and it did the trick. I also found out that Leona Lewis, whose singing I really enjoy, sang the theme song. So I decided to share this lovely piece of music and film with you.

Getting my scattered wits back together…..  hope you enjoy this as much as I did.

Blessings, Susan ♥

© Susan Jamieson 2014

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#Fun #Friendship#Love #Laughter

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Dream Bubbles

“It is a grave injustice to a child or adult to insist that they stop crying. One can comfort a person who is crying which enables him to relax and makes further crying unnecessary; but to humiliate a crying child is to increase his pain, and augment his rigidity. We stop other people from crying because we cannot stand the sounds and movements of their bodies. It threatens our own rigidity. It induces similar feelings in ourselves which we dare not express and it evokes a resonance in our own bodies which we resist.”
Alexander Lowen, The Voice of the Body

Fun and Friendship, Love and Laughter

How do you describe the full spectrum of human emotion? Where do you find the words to tell someone how important they are to you? The answer is – you don’t need to. If you are in integrity with your inner self, your emotions and with your heart, then people will be able to sense the authentic you.

We hide our emotions to protect ourselves, from hurt, from pain, from loss and even from joy and love. There are times when our emotions are so strong that we struggle to find the words to let someone know how much they really mean to us. Often, it’s those who mean the most to us who we struggle to show the depth of our feelings for.

How many of us sit and laugh, cry, are inspired by and revolted by when we watch movies? The heroes and villains are able to reach inside us and find those chinks in our armour and those carefully held emotions come flooding out. For some it is a needed release, blaming the emotion on the artists craft to speak to us since it has become, for some, a weakness to show our true feelings. For some, allowing our true feelings to appear is a means for others to hurt and humiliate us, the very people with whom we should be able to be the most open and safe.

Here is a collection of three songs which are emotive and show the tenderness, love and the compassion of one person for another. Songs, which allow us to cry without fear of being laughed at or poked fun at. I’ve always believed it is the very people who use the love in someones heart to hurt them who need our compassion and pity, even if they often fail to deserve it by their actions.

Friends, real friends can be wonderful treasures in our lives. They are willing to listen to our pain, silently lending us their strength and helping us to heal so we may love again. Bette Midler in Beaches” singing “Wind Beneath my Wings” is, for me a wonderful example of true friendship.

Then there is the traditional love but from an unorthodox source. One of my favourite films is “City of Angels” with Meg Ryan and Nicholas Cage. How can one fail to be moved when she is struggling with her desire for love but cannot truly touch her angel? Yet when he makes the ultimate sacrifice for her their joy is so short lived. It has so much, from the angels greeting the sun together and listening to the wind to helping those who are ready to cross over.  For me it is a truly beautiful movie and the song, “In The Arms Of The Angel” by Sarah McLachlan.

It wouldn’t be complete to end without yet more pain and pleasure inextricably mixed. The incredible movie with Bette Midler, Diane Keaton and Goldie Hawn singing “You Don’t Own Me” from “The First Wives Club” is a story of love, betrayal and survival through friendship.

I hope you enjoy the brief wander through the movies and emotions here. If they intrigue you why don’t you watch the movies? There are lessons to learn in the most unlikely places.

Blessings,  Susan ♥

© Susan Jamieson 2014

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Tomorrow’s love

If tomorrow never comes, Ronan Keating

Love lives on.

Susan  ♥

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Another oldie

Show me the meaning of being lonely.

Susan x

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beautiful song… something for everyone to think about.

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A change of pace

My Immortal, a Gregorian Chant

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Thinking about a Question and Answer. Here is a beautiful song, “Only Time” by Enya. Perfect for this time when we are asking questions and seeking answers. Please enjoy one of my favourite songs.

Blessings,  Susan x

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