In life, we can either let our experiences make us bitter, or we can channel that feeling towards being a good example in order to improve things.


Friday, June 26, 2009

Some music

This link below is about a Jewish female musician who grew up secular and then started learning more and more about her heritage and decided to go for it. She mentions that she still wants to be herself and be the artist that she is. - And she does a beautiful job with it. :)
While listening to her message, I was thinking that we who grew up religious, sometimes lose that enthusiasm because it either becomes routine or some other reason. However, there is always that spark, and with the right inspiration, it can be re-lit.
Here is the vid, enjoy

Note: The beauty is what motivated her. And as she learned more, she learned about our obligation with Torah


Jewish Side of Babysitter said...

that was nice and inspirational.
I like how she says that we serve Hashem through our own means, that it's not that we're all robots doing the same thing.

lvnsm said...

Yea, it's a very good point. She uses her talent to connect to Him.
I can imagine she must have an amazing album

Analytical Adam said...

I just want to give an example with myself. I enjoy math and analyzing numbers. I like following baseball and baseball has many statistics. However, this activity at the end of the day even though I enojoy it there are better things to use my number skills for and I am trying to do in terms of business ratio's even though it is less interesting businesses need to know how their numbers stack up in general.

Motherhood as well should be channeled with the practical side of it and how it helps society which there is plenty of and plenty to discuss and even use song to bring out.

Lvnsm27 said...

good points