7 Responses to “The Soundtrack of Our Lives”

  1. redjim99 Says:

    Funny how certain songs put a timestamp on our lives. for me, a biggie was Nina 99 red balloons. And Blondie, Union City Blue.

    So many, when I start to think about them.


  2. powerofslow Says:


    It’s so true, isn’t it? Songs frame our lives like nothing else. We can forget about them, like an old rag doll, then pick them up with reminiscient cherishing years later. It goes beyond nostalgia to our very DNA.

  3. There was a time in my life when I knew I was healed from a heartbreak. I could listen to “Send in the Clowns” all the way through without crying.

  4. powerofslow Says:

    Yes, music can also be a test of our resilience. A beautiful example!

    Kind regards, Christine Louise Hohlbaum 917-477-3788 ++49/177-863-8661

  5. Sarah Says:

    How perfectly expressed.

  6. powerofslow Says:

    Thank you, Sarah. Music moves me so. 🙂

  7. […] I have already said in an earlier blog post, “The Soundtrack of Our Lives”, music is the sonorous accompaniment of our days. It’s the grease that oils your remembering […]

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