“You are the music while the music lasts.” ~
I took this pic of the wind chimes in the backyard of my house. Then I edited it putting this quote on it. (I slipped n pasted the wrong source though opps! )
I like the quote. It’s lovely and inspiring. As are all Rumi quotes
And someone recently brought my attention to the fact that it can be interpreted in a sad way or a more cheerful wway.
I at first took it as a positive Or more cheerful thing. To be music is quite amazing. To hear music, to listen to it, to feel it is one thing and it’s a beautiful thing but to become the music, to BE it, well that’s something else. Something beautiful. Something wonderful and enthralling and mystifying and fantastical, out of this world, powerful, amazing. Wondrous.
When you become one with music, you can feel it vibrating through every cell of your body, speaking to your bones, caressing your essence, breathing to your being, beating in perfect synchronicity with your heart, venturing through your veins, flowing through you, basking in your blood, the fluid of your llife.
It dances upon every pulse that throbs in you, sinking into your ppores.
And you can be music. Even when there is no music.
Someone commented to me that it’s a sad but great qqquote.
when I realized it does have a sad tinge to it. Sad but beautiful especially when it’s placed with my pphoto.
My photo, which also has a kind of sad beauty to it. It’s dark and a bit hazy but pretty and deep.
The line “while the music lasts” reminds us that it’s not forever. It will eend.
But, while that’s sad, it can make us appreciate things even more. When we know something is fleeting and will eventually be out of our grasp, this knowledge and realization can make us appreciate things more deeply and take advantage of the gift of being alive.
So go ahead and be that music.
While it lasts.
It is only sad if that’s the part on which you concentrate. But if we listen carefully, we’ll find music at frequencies we never even noticed. The music never ends, and neither does the energy which animates us.
That’s so true! Many things can be interpreted either way. I find that I tend to interpret things more positively than negatively even when I’m not trying to.
Yes, there’s always music and we can tap into it on different occasions.
Thank You so much for your lovely comment! ❤
You’re welcome. Thank you for tapping into the energy, and sharing it!