Welcome to my regular Friday song/tune day, ladies and gentlemen, where I pick a piece of music that reflects my mood or the times, to share with you.  I hear that singing is good for the lungs.  You can do it in the privacy of your own home, in a massed choir, or anywhere really.  It is multicultural and multi-generational.

Anonymous Doctor:

“Please don’t give in to fear, don’t amplify hatred or outrage or racism or disgust. Hold the line as a citizen of the moral community. Think of every tiny way that you can help others every day. And do it.”

Facts first.  Act.  Sing/Pray.

Anything else is inhumanity.

Kind Regards.
Tracy.

28 thoughts on “Operatic

  1. ” Hold the line as a citizen of the moral community”.
    Difficult to do when it seems like the ones who should be leading by example, are leading without a moral compass. But life, love, morals and principles will prevail.

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    1. Thank you, Paul. The roses are so beautiful at the moment at least in my part of the world. I feel like I’ve entered this dream-like state, where the animals, birds and plants have been freed of constraint while we humans are now trapped by the weight of our own ambitions. Gee, how poetic!

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      1. Poetic indeed – now write it up and post it :). Yes, we are under the weight of our ambitions. It always amazes me that we never factor nature in. We always seem surprised when nature is nature.

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      2. In my darker moods I do, but no, I believe we are a species who can work together to find ways through crises. I think the three conservative leaders in the world think like that though.

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