Thursday, May 10, 2012

So Silent

 Beethoven so cleverly put together this piece Silencio.

You have to appreciate where his mind went during the composition of such beautiful melodies.
You could see and read his mind or get in touch with the melody in your own heart.

You look at the world and it is fighting, scrounging, unscrupulous, undevine, losing its' soul every day
in pettiness and then you hear this.
It takes you back inside yourself.
It takes you back into where you are a human, happy with the simple things in life.

And where is man happy, if not in nature where he is alone and needs her to take care of him.
It is here he can listen to her story and she to his without saying a word.

They camp together absorbing each others strengths and weaknesses.
The morning dew is like the tear that flows down a cheek washing away the pain and suffering
of ones soul to open doors to forgiveness and to the morning light.

Behind, the light, is so very far away. You could travel in eternity and never find an end or even a beginning. As you try to look beyond, your brain gives in and becomes light headed and you can't help but swoon, felled by nothing more than the power of the vastness of what you see and understand is out there, making you a very inconsequential nothing in the scheme of things.

You have nothing to add or to give and nothing is asked of you.

What a power!
To have to ask and be in need of nothing and remain peaceful in the silence of it all.

We sit and worry and fight our insecurities, while what is , keeps itself on its' journey , moving forward unscathed, without a care , in the knowledge that all is  as it should be and as it will be regardless.
Nothing is as important as this moment,
 as this experience,
 be it living or dying,
 for it is all the same thing.

A reality of truth.

Beethoven played and a small world listened but as we leave this planet. this tune will echo through the vastness of  what is, a universe
 and blessed will be the place where the melody finally lands
and upon whose ears it falls
 to hear it.




SandyCarlson said...

Beautiful post.

Rob-bear said...

Such a delight.

Diana said...

You do a wonderful job describing such a beautiful piece. I believe that takes a bit of talent!
I love classical music. I like to listen to it when I am reading. Nice background sounds without being distracting. Love Di ♥

A Lady's Life said...

diana - I used to love listening to this music as a kid.I knew every note by heart.
Today kids have no appreciation to beautiful sounds
Its taken over by the drum.

A Lady's Life said...

rob bear - romantic love between nature and man

Mama Zen said...

This is beautiful.

Anji said...

That was really beautiful

Gattina said...

I had to listen to such a lot of classical music, that I don't like it anymore. I prefer the 60th music !

A Lady's Life said...

Gattina - Amazing.
I like to listen to different music depending on what mood I am in.
Some music I find disturbing and always will .
I did like Pink Floyd a lot.

A Lady's Life said...

Thanks Mama Zen

A Lady's Life said...

Thanks Anji

Zuzana said...

Beautiful melody and what a lovely post, at times silence is all we need... And I find ALWAYS solace in nature.;)
I hope you have been well, looking forward to catch up with you and everyone else and to start blogging on regular bases again.;)
Have a lovely Friday,

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