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Monday, January 29, 2018
Music Mantra Monday - Getting Through Tough Times with The Beatles (Let It Be)
Hi everyone. Yes, it has been a while since I have sat down to fulfill my blogging regimen.
We have been experiencing a tremendous amount of loss, on many levels, since the beginning of September and it got to the point where I needed to give something up in order to deal with the other 'stuff' floating around me. Unfortunately, that had to be my writing.
Throughout my life, I have turned to two powerful things to pull me through the worst of times: my writing and music. This time, these forces just weren't strong enough to pull me up the way they usually do and I realized that I needed to mourn, heal and let go before I could accept help both from others as well as what my forces do for me.
Everyone has a different interpretation of Let It Be. It depends on the angle you're listening to it from and why you're listening to it. For me, the song is telling us that no matter how hard things may seem, or how high those mountains are that we have to climb, at some point we just have to let it be.
We will find the answers we need to make it through. We'll have our guardian angels watching out for us. We must look around us and see that there is still good that sprouts up from the dark moments and that is what we need to hold on to.
For tomorrow's Talk About It Tuesday, I will go into more detail of where I have been and what's been going on. Perhaps then, you'll understand why this song is so meaningful to me at this point in time.
Enjoy. Hopefully we'll see you tomorrow.
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