Imagine a world without music. Before you start crying from such tragic imagery, think about how music has shaped your life. Beginning with songs you may have learned from early in life, in school, or songs that were sung to you by family members, music shaped your childhood. Music has also guided you through teenage angst, helped your relationships develop, and ultimately, set the pace for the delivery of life. Music is perhaps the most important external element of our lives.
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Music creates the soundtrack of our lives. Through music, we explore our emotions. It allows us to de-stress. It motivates us in the gym, work, school. It helps to unleash our passions and battle our fears. Music may save a life or make the passing of life easier.
Icons in music have a huge influence on kids, and when kids hear music, they may feel it brings importance and consistency to their life. The impact on the lives of kids should certainly give an artist motivation to create more positive, uplifting music. An artist may feel compelled to produce more influential music keeping the audience in mind.
There are specific audiences for certain kinds of music, depending on genre, age, form, timeliness, and overall preference. The power behind the feel-good music; there really is no mystery or math to help people realise how powerful music can be when attempting to feel good or more complete.
In life, people need music to remember events which may be happy or tragic. Music invokes memories and past occurrences. The power of music allows us to deal with these memories on an intelligent and safe level. A person may have episodes in their life they don’t want to remember but, music helps them deal with the past. This displays the importance of music in our lives.
In some situations, music is used in therapy to help people cope with depression or some kind of mental illness. It soothes the mind, relaxes the heart and even lowers blood pressure. Music definitely has an organic effect on the listener no matter the form or subject matter.
Like art, music brings reflection to the listener. It helps a person understand one’s innermost problems…or desires. Music keeps a person out of loneliness, provides an impetus for thought, and can help one study for their exam. There is evidence music plays a vital part in the development of early childhood and can even have a positive effect on the social and academic milestones of a young child.
The effect of music on our emotions is one such that it heals heartbreak and brings balance to our day to day struggles. Music can guide and teach one how to live; the lessons are found in the lyrics and how they passionately dance with the melodies. It brings us to a new found way of life, a powerful motivator through time and space.
Music creates worlds from nothing. Imagine a film with no soundtrack. It would be empty, emotionless, and perhaps even a little menacing. Music brings us this comfort and makes us feel clandestine in our desires and thoughts. Certain music emotes feelings of a nature beyond our normal routines but keeps us together in solidarity.
If you attend a concert or festival, you will see the common opiate: music. It wraps around us like an old friend. We listen to the songs we love, the lyrics that shaped our lives, and made a stressful day (or string of days) liveable. It helps us think deeply about the things we need, and the things we may have lost in our lives.
Music pushes us to be better, to achieve more, and to never stop trying. It is the great motivator as if it were hands pressing against our back. Music drives the car of our thoughts and emotions but allows us to take the exit ramp when necessary. For this, music creates the soundtrack of our lives.