Wednesday, September 27, 2006

The Art of Heart

Hmmmmmn......

You gotta have Heart.....
All you really need is Heart
When the odds are sayin you'll never win
That's when the grin should start

You gotta have hope......
Musn't sit around and mope
Nothin's half as bad as it may appear
Wait til next year
And hope

You gotta have Heart
Miles and miles and miles of Heart
Oh it's fine to be a genius, of course
But keep that old horse
Before the cart.....

You gotta have Heart.

Even geniuses are susceptible.
Credit to Kadimiros for "The Art of Heart"

11 Comments:

Blogger Kadimiros said...

Nice! The art of heart. The stuff that blossoms when you can hear your heart sing.

28/9/06 10:14 AM  
Blogger jm said...

Beautiful as usual, Kadimiros.

the art of heart

There certainly have been a lot of songs written on the subject!

It is interesting. As a singer, I sing best when I'm happy. It's not bad, all the angst and sorrow, and they are valid in song, and necessary, but there is some natural connection to joy and singing. It errupts spontaneously. I think almost everyone responds to the heart singing in this way.

What is this little thing called the heart?

It's also interesting with the transits of this country now, that this joy is lost for the moment. W used to be the masters of the joyous song, especially in the 1st half of the last century. Infected the entire world.

Now happiness is denigrated. Not heavy enough. One must suffer to have validity. And suffer, and suffer, and suffer. I think they're giving a prize for it.

28/9/06 1:27 PM  
Blogger Kadimiros said...

"And suffer, and suffer, and suffer. I think they're giving a prize for it."

Aw....Need a booby prize. Maybe a wooden spoon award. One of those wooden love spoons will do -- maybe the ball and chain design with a key to unlock the heart.

Something about childhood and disappointed ideals comes to mind. Right now, there's a kind of t-square between Saturn, Jupiter and Neptune, with Saturn opposing Neptune. Just looking at current planetary positions only. Maybe that's what I'm feeling.

The nation will be forced to grow up and learn to love maturely.

I've noticed there's been more magazine articles on the nature of happiness over the last year or two.

28/9/06 6:25 PM  
Blogger Kadimiros said...

"...there is some natural connection to joy and singing. It errupts spontaneously. I think almost everyone responds to the heart singing in this way."

We definitely could use more of it. Music has been in the vanguard and enlarged the emotional range of the nation before.

28/9/06 7:56 PM  
Blogger jm said...

I've noticed there's been more magazine articles on the nature of happiness over the last year or two.

This is good news.There IS a lot to learn on the subject. And it iS a part of life, believe it or not.

Booby prize....Heh heh.

Music has been in the vanguard and enlarged the emotional range of the nation before.

It's amazing how shut down the music has become. The mechanical sound, the screaming divas with no real emotional range, sounding like they are on the operating table with no anaesthetic.
Yet all the while there have been some musicians putting it out, but I want it in the marketplace, in the airwaves.

I hope I live to see a rise in the curve. I hope to ride it up, actually.

28/9/06 10:25 PM  
Blogger jm said...

The nation will be forced to grow up and learn to love maturely.

Very good thought.

29/9/06 12:28 AM  
Blogger Kadimiros said...

Yeah, I figure the nation left the joy of childhood behind, so now it's been in adolescence. :-) However, the population is aging, they say. Maybe there'll be more sense of community, as new generations age and start demanding better quality services, and connect with people more than ever instead of fading quietly into the good night.

29/9/06 8:47 AM  
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29/9/06 11:59 AM  
Blogger Kadimiros said...

They must've run out of happy pills. :-(

29/9/06 1:01 PM  
Blogger jm said...

However, the population is aging, they say. Maybe there'll be more sense of community, as new generations age and start demanding better quality services, and connect with people more than ever instead of fading quietly into the good night.

I've been saying this for ages.

Pluto in Capricorn will bring political power to the aging pop.

29/9/06 2:19 PM  
Blogger jm said...


The only problem was, neither one of them smiled. I thought they looked sorta really cool and smiled at them, but no response. Maybe they were going through a sad/bad moment in their lives.


They DO happen frequently.

29/9/06 2:20 PM  

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