Today I heard my heart song, literally. I had a doctor’s appointment, and they listened to my heart using an ECO Cardio thing… Very scientific name… And I heard my heart; I heard the music I make every day.
As I laid there listing to my heart my mind drifted to something Dr. Wayne Dyer said in one of his talks and has written in his books, he likes to say “Don’t die with the music still in you”. I have never really given it much thought prior to today. I have always thought it to be a nice saying, something that sounded very profound, but not really. That is until today.
Today I discovered that their truly is music in me, I have a rhythm and a beat. There is an orchestra playing inside of me… I have songs of love and loss written on my soul, and the melodies of life racing through my veins. The backbeat of sorrow is over played by the upbeat of joy and the symphony of tomorrow is playing today.
What I am trying to say is that my life, my being is my heart song, and I am performing it daily, moment by moment. My existence in this world has add a new note to the Oratorio of life, and each fading note leads in to a new one, with the change in tempo and pitch live rushes on to the end, and all of humanity has added to the score. Each note is written, every movement is recorded as the record of humanity is played out once more.
So as Dr. Wayne Dyer states, “Don’t die with your music still in you”, learn to play it, sing it and enjoy it. Use it to create a better song for all of humanity and leave this world a little better than you found it.