Life’s Moving Melody. Does your life sing?

THE MUSIC OF LIFE


Life should be a song that hums with harmony.


  Music motivates minds.   Rock songs stir 


people to frenzy.   Romantic melodies move 


hearts to love.  Bands stir up crowds for their 


team.  Fight songs lead the “Rockys” of the 


world to champion difficult contests.  Songs 


like Chariots Of Fire inspire running farther 


and faster than ever before.  Songs like America 


The Beautiful turn thoughts toward patriotism.  


Music moves & motivates.


We should be moved by life’s music.  If our 

faith, work, play, and outlook are in tune, then 

life will produce a harmonic tone.   Yet, to 

experience a song’s transforming power, you 

must sing the tune.  To maximize the journey, 

capture and celebrate the beautiful lyrics of 

living. 


    Cleanness and productivity generates 

uplifting sounds.  To “tune-up” the music, find 

and sing the high quality, good notes of life.  

Brightness and harmony is not found by 

cursing darkness but by turning on light. 

       

Put the song in life by composing a beautiful, 


rythmic purpose.  Literally sing.  Seek the song 


in situations.  Be upbeat.  Make life a melody.  


Fill  relationships, career and play with glorious 


chords.  Play the song of life.  Wake up to 


discover the great sounds of joy in you.  Let 


your song of life be so clear that everyone can 


hear the music.


(Dedicated to my Attorney Friend; Ed Lewis, A marathon runner in his 60’s, a true inspiration)….

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About timothygrantcarter

Inspirational Speaker, Sales Trainer, Quaker Minister. Entrepreneur, Outdoorsman and Shotokan NiDan. . Visionary; Maker of original sayings, slogans and giver of spiritual help. "If God has a pulse, then I can feel it."
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