Music is What I am Grateful for

January 28, 2016

Music makes us smile
it makes us relax

Music helps us express
it makes us laugh

Music soaks our soul
in the sea of joy

Music found us or We found Music

Just as God needs Devotees,

Music also needs an ear to listen,
Mind to linger on,
and a Tongue to hum.

It does not have any language nor it has any boundaries. When you feel low or knocked out and no one to share your feelings with, there is a Universal language called Music.

Its hard to imagine- How our lives would be without it

When I was a Teenager, it helped me with my Mood Swings

When I was in Love, it made me happy

When I was Commuting, it made my Journey easy

When I became a Mother, it helped to put my Child to sleep

When I am Sad, I sing my heart out and sadness fly away



It helps us Bloom

Those without Music have a Void…a big Void in their lives. You must agree with me. Don’t you- Read this

It acts in a same way as some foods and releases the “pleasure chemical” dopamine. No wonder, people often put music on the list of the top five things that are most pleasurable for them.

Low dopamine levels can lead to lack of motivation, fatigue, addictive behavior, mood swings and memory loss.

I must say…Embrace your soul with Music. Give it a try.


A Legend

One of the great personality and a humble soul- was Jagjit Singh, Gazal maestro. He is not along with us today but his compositions will always being harmony to us.

The name “Jagjit” meaning person who wins over the world was very apt as he really won over our hearts with his versatile voice and style.
His songs reflected his complete life- From marital Bliss to mournful loss and finally their healing.

His concerts always started with a humorous note and he never failed to introduce the musicians in their concerts and acknowledge their talent.


I would love to read about your experiences with MUSIC

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Linking this post to #2016 Gratitude Circle blog hop hosted by Vidya Sury.

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  • Reply Beloo Mehra February 4, 2016 at 11:56 am

    Music indeed has the power to take us to those places within us which we couldn’t access otherwise. Perhaps all good art has that capability in a way, but certainly music has it for sure! I am also a Jagjit Singh fan, by the way!
    “All music is only the sound of His laughter” – that’s what my Guru has written in a poem. Lovely post, Upasana.

    • Reply upasna February 4, 2016 at 12:27 pm

      Good to know that we share the fan-list. 🙂
      Would love to read the poem by your Guru, if you can share it with me.

  • Reply Vidya Sury January 29, 2016 at 7:08 pm

    I couldn’t live without music. In fact I have it on even when I work and sometimes time what I do according to the song that’s playing! I always think music-lovers are naturally good people! 🙂 So happy you joined me for the Gratitude Circle bloghop, Upasna! Lovely post!

    • Reply upasna January 30, 2016 at 8:08 pm

      Same pinch…I couldn’t too 🙂

      Thanks for your feedback Vidya.

  • Reply Archana Kapoor January 29, 2016 at 11:08 am

    that’s why they say that music is the window to the soul…
    lovely write-up dearie… 🙂

    • Reply upasna January 29, 2016 at 4:36 pm

      Thanks a lot Archana. Just curious What kind of music do you prefer?

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