• Sagi Sagara


Music is the one art we all have inside.

We may not be able to play an instrument, but we can sing along or clap or tap our feet.

Have you ever seen a baby bouncing up and down in the crib in time to some music?

When you think of it, some of that baby's first messages from his or her parents may have been lullabies.

All of us have had the experience of hearing a tune from childhood and having that melody evoke a memory or a feeling.

The music we hear early on tends to stay with us all our lives.

Remember your favourite childhood song. One that you listened to on repeat. One you loved and still listen to today.

How did it make you feel?




~ Peace out, beautiful human ~

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