Find your music-Printable digital Illustration.

Find your music. Your time. Find your rhythm.
I mean, find your notes.
What does that mean?
I asked myself that as a teenager when I was told.Find your music.

Talent? Personal road? Sense of life?
I had a greater sense of understanding about rhythm.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The usual puzzles adults throw at you as they look at you and think they understand life and want to communicate it to you.
And you stare vacantly, trying to understand the depth of the message.
Find your music. Talent? Personal road? Sense of life?
I had a greater sense of understanding about rhythm.
I have a physiological rhythm, a mental rhythm, a work rhythm.
Find your own rhythm. Okay okay, got it.
But your notes?
I confess I still don’t really understand this search for notes to put into music.
But. Oh I don’t play any instruments unfortunately, I tried the piano ages ago but I didn’t continue.
But I sing my favorite songs by myself, I look for time and rhythm and maybe before I die I’ll have understood the message.
In my list I put: remember not to give advice to teenagers, otherwise you will ruin their lives with enigmatic phrases.
When in doubt, dear friend, leave it alone and go look for your music, your time, and your rhythm. Run! And shut up.

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