Friday, July 11, 2008

Finding some joy...

in our lives is harder each day it would seem; fire, famine, political skullduggery and countless other ills all take their toll on us and dampen even the brightest of spirits.

I ran some errands and came home to find something playing on "Music Choice" as I settled down with a salad for a late lunch; as I went to add it to my Amazon list (where I keep track of albums and artists) I also checked for a video clip. There wasn't one of the track I was looking for, but I did find this one that expresses joy and exuberance and a complete love and devotion to something that takes you "there"!

May we each find a bit of it for ourselves this weekend!



May the weekend be kind to each of you!

alan

5 comments:

Deb said...

Fantastic and fun music.

Shinigami Liz said...

Wow, that takes me back. Nice to hear that stuff again, I always got tired of it back in the day when music options were more limited but nowdays it is nice to hear that stuff once again. It always did have a sort of more wholesome energy than the darker stuff I listen to often nowdays.

The world is definitely moving deeper into the shadows, just be glad it hasn't shifted over into the darkness yet. Part of my nature is traveling between the light and darkness (I hang my purse in the shadows between the 2 states after a hard day of skullduggery lol.) As bad as things tend to look now they have more potential to get alot worse and really are not that far off track yet, so there is hope for you humans still. Best start working on it now while ya all have the chance because the plans to drag the world down have been in effect for quite a while but are not yet guaranteed (but you are obviously noticing the effects.)

Keep your brightness shining, it's nice for those like me to see that and feel some hope for humanity. :)

HAR said...

Thanks for sharing Alan. I feel it.

Green tea said...

Love it...
Thanks for the memories alan..

fineartist said...

That was cool as heck. Made me tap my toe and think to myself, man if I danced to that everyday...I'd be fit as a fiddle. xx