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The statement music is the soundtrack of our life is a controversial statement in my point of view Although I believe that music has played a huge role in my life I also strongly believe that music has been the cause of many tragedies Music can have a positive or negative affect on a person depending on what genre of music someone is listening to As a child you use music as a resource of education and creativity music is created even in complete silence and music has not only positive effects but also negative ones as well Music is based around human aspects evolving common things around the world that the day to day person can connect to You may not have noticed that you are surrounded by music From the moment you are born you are already listening to music and as you grow into a toddler you are clapping your hands stomping your feet and dancing to the rhythm Children learn their ABCs in song form and even sing along to theme songs on TV As a child music is educational and soothing Children pick up on music rhythms and beats quicker than most people would believe As children grow they are at an age where their lifes are still being molded and shaped into a future And depending on what type of music they are exposed their lives could be sent in a positive or negative direction Even in complete silence there is music and harmony all around us Despite the fact that no one is saying anything or singing you can still hear the shuffling of paper the chair rocking the dogs panting and the sound of people waking Even though it does not sound like much it is much more than nothing it is music it is rhythms and beats that you have never really noticed coming together and creating a tune Music comes in every form imaginable
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