How music is important in our lives

The greatest minds and thinkers have one thing in common, which is they are constantly exploring their imagination and creativity. Playing the violin challenges me to tell stories without words, which requires maximum right brain usage that exercises ones creativity and intellect.

Music is universal in that it has no boundaries to understanding it. Whether you listening to Emeli Sande or Tchaikovsky string serenade, it will fulfil what ever you may be feeling at that time. But I strongly believe one should have an open mind with regards to the type of music they listen to in order to be in touch with that sense of its understanding.

Many people immediately push away certain styles of music without having explored what it has to offer. Not all styles will appeal or resonate with a person but one may discover a new part of ones self when you are open to all possibilities.

I want to challenge you to listen more to good music, start off your day and end it off with music that will uplift your mood.

Music can make you feels good. Music has the power to move people of all cultures. Analyse what you listen to, then create a play list that uplift you, and you’ll be amazed at what music can do for your brain.

"Words make you think a thought. Music makes you feel a feeling. A song makes you feel a thought". E. Y Harburg

Victor Hugo once said "music expresses that which cannot be put into words and that which cannot remain in silent".

Tip for the day - Whether you are lonely, sad, angry or in between, listen to a playlist that has the power to make you feel better. On my playlist today is Emeli Sande- long live the angels.