It's easy to forget that we are all perfect in our own design. Sometimes we muck it up with habits and choices that do not serve us.
Music always gave me comfort through challenging times. Music was my constant companion and soundtrack to life. I consider junior high the cruelest time of life. Surviving bullying and the rhythm of growing up and falling down.
At age 17, after graduating high school I moved to Santa Monica, CA with my best friend Mike to become a Graduate Gemologist.
We lived in a small apartment so we couldn't listen to music too loud without disturbing our neighbors. We made an agreement that we both had our "Loud Song". If our favorite song came on the radio we could turn it up as loud as we want for that one song.
My loud song was "Roll With The Changes" by REO Speedwagon and Mike's loud song was "Dream On" by Aerosmith.
A year after we got home to Minnesota, Mike was killed in a head on car crash. His spirit continues to stay with me, knowing he lived his life by his loud song. Somehow his song made the deep loss easier for me.
"Dream On" by Aerosmith lyric.
Sing with me, sing for the years,
Sing for the laughter and sing for the tears.
Sing with me, if it's just for today,
Maybe tomorrow the good Lord will take you away.
When I think about it, I live my loud song every day. I keep rolling with the changes. When life gets hard or I want to feel inspired by life, I still crank up the volume on my air guitar and rock along to "Roll With The Changes". I always feel better after I do.
What is your LOUD SONG?
Please send me a link to your loud song. I would love to hear it.
Thank you! Will Hale
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