— Music and Sound … Universe —
In this universe, Uni = One, and Verse = Song, according to Prince Ea in this video.
I had a way with not getting mad at this video, but he talked and I agreed… it was hard to swallow. I was saying “it’s easy for you”, but I was blaming him for his blindness, but he was talking the truth. Truth has a way of hurting people that listen.
“The truth will set you free, but first it will piss you off.”
― Joe Klaas,
I was pissed off, cause I’ve heard it all before. This time I was marveled with his interpretation of the universe . One song is a new marvelous understanding of it, but according to Wikipedia it means nothing like that… it’s everything that exists, or will exist.
Musical aspects of life, maybe by playing the string theory as an instrument. I don’t know, and I know less of the string theory, except the interactions between everything and each other.
I found this debunking or not, the One Song thing of the Universe.
We should live in harmony to live a musical piece that’s pleasing to the ear, but we all have different musical tastes. Some like the grunge sounds, some like the classical sounds, depending on my mood, I like all music. Sometimes when I’m in a bad mood, I like silence above all.
This post is pissing me off, trying to please the Flesch reading scores of Yoast SEO plugin. No matter what I do, the score keeps going down.
That’s the universe for me, a constant struggle.
You have to go on to find your dreams and goals, it may be a hard road to follow, as the Prince Ea says “there’s no such thing, as a smooth mountain”. If there were, there would be no need to climb the mountain. Everyone likes a challenge, rather than a boring hike.
The Pains of life gives you a clear vision of life, rather than a foggy delusional one. Delusions are in a painful life too, but if you keep going, eventually you’ll find the joy of rationality. It may seem like hell at first, but if you keep going, it will pass in the end.
“What makes earth feel like hell is our expectation that it should feel like heaven.”
― Chuck Palahniuk,
“What is hell? I maintain that it is the suffering of being unable to love.”
― Fyodor Dostoyevsky,