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Trinity Rein Music Appreciation Music in My Life Music more so now than ever before is a huge part of my life As a child I always enjoyed listening to music and singing along to it and growing up it was always very important to me Music moved me in a way that I really couldnt explain and it still does today I consider myself a very deep and philosophical person Im always trying to look beyond the surface of that which I see hear and experience and extract the true hidden meaning or the underlying message When you look that deep into things you learn that many things in this world and even some people in it are very hollow and dont have much else going on than what you see on the outside However music is nothing like that Music has many layers and meanings and messages and they vary depending on whos interpreting them Music can be virtually meaningless to one person and mean the world to another It can bring about feelings of joy happiness motivation loneliness sadness anger or calmness and complete contentment Music is a unique and powerful blessing in my life Many of my early childhood memories are directly linked to music There have been many times in my life when I have heard a song or a melody and I connected with it it felt familiar but I didnt know exactly why As I would continue to listen images and memories would pop into my mind memories of family and friends and events both good and bad which have happened in my life Music has a mysterious way of tapping into the subconscious and unlocking things that would otherwise be untouchable When you experience that its an amazing feeling As I began to realize the power of music I decided to take a more active role in it When I was in elementary
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