How do you tell yourself that everything passes, eventually? Even times are tough?
Sometimes, I try to write a song.
Just recently, I got to perform an original song Check it out here. Last night, I was lucky enough to perform an original song to celebrate untold stories of strong, powerfully resilient women.
When I originally wrote “Blip in Time,” as well as a few dozen others, I never thought I’d be performing this song on stage, in public, to celebrate <i>strong women everywhere. Last night, it was to celebrate the amazing legacy of Grace Paley.</i>
i wrote it to get through a very difficult personal time, to uncertainly reassure myself that everything would pass eventually with time. I just had to breathe and take it moment by moment, one day at a time.
It shows that if you can just get through one nanosecond at a time, <b>be in the moment </b>when you can, you can make it through anything. We just need to keep telling ourselves that!
This song in last night’s performance was to celebrate the legacy of <b><i>Grace Paley, </i></b>an amazing Jewish female writer who stood up for what she believed in, and also wrote beautiful poetry and short stories She is certainly an inspiration to me.
Here are my own lyrics – <b><i>What does a blip in time mean to you?</i></b>
Blip time and passing of every minute for the life is rushed for the future means. Al the changes of the hirewriters are passed or the top of the turns. Each is authentic or the high time slot for the passages in themed of the new modes for the passing of time for all youngsters.
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