A Good Cry

A good cry?  Oxymoron or not?  To me, there is not much better than a good cry….when something moves me so deeply that I must cry.  Extreme beauty, sacrificial love, tenderness, compassion, and yes, an amazing piece of music can reduce me to tears, and I’m glad of it.  Because I feel alive, I feel.  This is one of those songs that welled me up.  It’s much better if you close your eyes when you listen to it.  Let the notes, the beauty of the music take you on a journey.  Blessings, Lisa

7 thoughts on “A Good Cry

  1. Beautiful! You perfectly describe what many others would never admit. Thank you for sharing this moving journey with The Corrs, Lisa. 🙂
    “I feel, therefore I am.” 🙂

  2. Thanks for sharing your heart today in such a moving way! I find I am most likely to cry over something that so beautifully touches my heart in a good way than I do when I am upset! Ann

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  4. I know exactly what you mean Lisa – every time I hear Jean-michel Jarre’s “Chronologie 4” or “Aerial Boundaries” by the master Michael Hedges, I can’t help it – music is the lifeblood of the world, it is the language of the soul. The unfortunate reality is that the vast majority of today’s music can’t even begin to communicate with the universe, let alone reach out and touch us to the core. Thanks for posting this mate, glad to connect here with you.

    If you’re interested, I play music myself – you can find my music at http://www.reverbnation.com/thenathancarlsonproject and http://www.reverbnation.com/nathancarlson – you might dig my acoustic stuff at the latter address 🙂

    Cheers mate!

    Nathan Carlson, the composer from down under

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