Thursday, April 12, 2012

This is so fabulous, ya gotta watch......

On my daily lookie see on my computer, I came across this on my friend Eileen's offerings for today.

My biggest fear, is that when I get really old that I will end up being "alone" inside myself. This video just made me weep for joy this morning. I wanted to share it with you ......life is music.

Please turn off my music at the very bottom of the blog so you can hear what is going on. XOXO

7 comments:

  1. This was so sad and beautiful at the same time. My 97 year old father-in-law is in a nursing home and we visit him every week. He has lived with us the last nine years but then he had congestive heart failure, and a stroke, and we could no longer give him the care he needed. He has been in his nursing home for about a year now. We always bring him his favorite cookies and fresh flowers each week. He can hardly hear but if he could I would also bring him Big Band music...it was his favorite type :)
    Thank you for this touching video~~~

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  2. That was so touching it made me cry and I had to pass it on to my parents. Thanks Linda :)

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  3. Oh Linda, what a remarkable video. I have always believed that the soul resided within music and this is just more proof. Thank you so much for sharing the heartwarming revelation with us. Love always, Mina

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  4. Linda, this is so beautiful and moving! I have always felt music is so important in ones life, and this proves it! Mom loved this video too! Thanks so much my friend ;o) Big Hugs ;o)

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  5. The beauty is in the connection through music...Oliver Sacks is a truly compassionate man. I love this message! Peace, Mary Helen Fernandez Stewart

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  6. Wow. What an amazing video. What a change in that fellow. I think we all need to program our Ipods now with instructions to our next of kin. It makes perfect sense.

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  7. Linda,
    Just watched the video. It is beautiful. My heart aches when I see old sad people just sitting with their heads hanging. How uplifting to see what the music did for this man. Great therapy! I have always believed that music can touch the soul.
    Thank you for sharing.
    ♥ audrey

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