Dreams-Rainbows-Lemon Drops-Wonderful World-Music

Dreams we all have them.

Dreams – Do we take the time to visualise or hear them all?

  • Dreams inform our goals, our vision for our future.
  • Rainbows remind me of childhood and pots of gold
  • Lemon Drops are my Nan; she always bought me sweets on a Thursday
  • Finally, Wonderful World, I feel privileged to be part of the World around me and all those I have contact with I love your all and of course I have a real fondness of listening to Louis Armstrong singing about it.

Words are so powerful; take term Your Dreams; it conjures up different recollections and visions for everyone; what does it bring to mind for you?

“Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars, to change the world”. Harriet Tubman

Previously I have mentioned Words as a Powerful Motivator at several levels; however, Music just hits the very core of everyone and produces emotions.

Music is the strongest form of Magic.

Music is the strongest form of Magic.

It seems that if each of us took five minutes of music each day, then we would be getting 5 minutes of mindful time out.  Therefore I have decided to ask you to join me in listening to one of my very favourite tracks which stimulate a mix of emotions for me depending on where I am at on that day.

Rainbow and our Wonderful World

Appreciate taking a little of your time to listen to this Mash-up which comes from Israel Kamakawiwo’ole.   You don’t have to view the images, close your eyes and just ‘FEEL’ the words; notice your emotions what happens?….be mindful of the whole ‘SELF’ for just 5 minutes.

Now tell me that you didn’t enjoy that….Words and Music a formidable partnership.  What would you recommend that might move or inspire others to Dream and suck Lemon Drops?

Until next time

Diva x




6 thoughts on “Dreams-Rainbows-Lemon Drops-Wonderful World-Music

  1. Love it! not so keen on lemon drops my nannan used to have foxes glacier mints they take me back.
    Two of my favourite songs in the mash up too.
    Thank you

  2. I love the sound of he Hawaiian ukelele – upbeat but relaxed at the same time. It would be barley sugars for me – my Ganny’s answer to all minor ills!!

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