I’m NOT! tuning in…to…the hate frequency blaring VERYLOUD out there…among the “sick” elements (included non-compassionate media, government, business, religion) of this world and the non-compassionate promoters/pitchers of the hate culture!
You know: the violence promoters, war mongers, sick seed-ers, greedy eaters/gotta hav-ers, etc…the takers taking “it”–whatever it is for the selfish taking from beautiful-breathing-fragile-life including our beautiful planet’s precious resources. The users using and throwing…precious people/resources away…in a brazen/wanton manner/lifestyle. (Sadly, globally people are inhumanely being stripped of all their value/dignity/decency.) That/this saddens me.:(
I’m talking/walking L<3ve…that’s my choice.
We all need healing. The process is deep. Don’t we all want to feel/be appreciated/valued/dignified/respected as fellow-breathing-fragile-life on this planet?
For me, (healing) it’s a spiritual thing. Flowing/(following) spiritually, mentally, emotionally, physically…a compassion course and education that i work on everyday (and with the help of the Bible)!!…in all circumstances and with all peoples, etc.
It’s work transforming/fine-tuning the mind/heart/hearing/listening to the frequency of L<3VE..yet, worth all my effort(s). Each of us has the potential to contribute to the love/agape frequency/pitch of this planet.
Do You Pitch? Are You a pitcher? (not talking baseball)…talking beautiful music of the mind/heart: 1 on-line definition/description:
the quality of a sound governed by the rate of vibrations producing it; the degree of highness or lowness of a tone.“a car engine seems to change pitch downward as the vehicle passes you”Another description:
Pitch is an auditory sensation in which a listener assigns musical tones to relative positions on a musical scale based primarily on the frequency of vibration. Pitch is closely related to frequency, but the two are not equivalent. Frequency is an objective, scientific concept, whereas pitch is subjective. Sound waves themselves do not have pitch, and their oscillations can be measured to obtain a frequency. It takes a human mind to map the internal quality of pitch. Pitches are usually quantified as frequencies in cycles per second, or hertz, by comparing sounds with pure tones, which have periodic, sinusoidal waveforms. Complex and aperiodic sound waves can often be assigned a pitch by this method. (wiki)
The importance of harmony/oneness/unity…of sound, etc. (excerpted: Music: Insight Vol. 2)
Both the Scriptures and non-Biblical manuscripts dating from before the Common Era testify to the quality of the instruments as well as the competence of the Israelite musicians. The Dead Sea Scrolls state that a number of trumpets were assigned various complicated signals to be executed “as with one mouth.” This would require not only skilled musicians but also instruments so constructed that the pitch might be regulated in order to bring them all into tune with one another. Freedom from dissonance is indicated by the inspired account of the music at the inauguration of Solomon’s temple: “The [one hundred and twenty] trumpeters and the singers were as one in causing one sound to be heard.”—2Ch 5:12, 13.
Nature of Biblical Music. The Israelites’ higher plane of morality and their superior literature, as exemplified by the poetry and prose of the Hebrew Scriptures, suggest that the music of ancient Israel most likely transcended that of her contemporaries. Certainly the inspiration for the music of Israel was far loftier than that of neighboring nations. Of interest is an Assyrian bas-relief in which King Sennacherib is represented as demanding that King Hezekiah pay him as tribute both male and female musicians.—Ancient Near Eastern Texts, edited by J. Pritchard, 1974, p. 288.
An informed source on the history of music, Curt Sachs, states: “The deep-rooted prejudice that harmony and polyphony [two or more musical parts or voices combined] have been a prerogative of the medieval and modern West does not hold water.” He goes on to say that even among primitive cultures there are many examples of music running in fifths, fourths, thirds as well as in octaves, and that among these peoples, including certain Pygmy tribes, there was a development of overlapping antiphony (alternate singing by two divisions of vocalists) into regular canon singing.
Based on worldwide research Sachs presents the conclusion that “the choruses and orchestras connected with the Temple in Jerusalem suggest a high standard of musical education, skill, and knowledge.” He continues: “It is important to realize that the ancient Western Orient had a music quite different from what historians of the nineteenth century conceded it. . . . Though we do not know how that ancient music sounded, we have sufficient evidence of its power, dignity, and mastership.”—The Rise of Music in the Ancient World: East and West, 1943, pp. 48, 101, 102.
Read this @ Prince’s Facebook page: check it out IF You choose:
Personally, i’m doing my own research/experimenting/evidence building on 432. 🙂 and may (reminder: the “term” may is not a promise/obligation) share results here…or not.
Let’s:) talk about LOVE…
(and not the stereo-typical-media-depiction/description of lust)…man needs to be shown/taught real love and compassion. Especially man “cruel” needs to learn love.
Pursuing love literacy is not a waste of time. Love/compassion means: real living and prolongation of living.:)
“love . . . is a perfect bond of union.” (Col 3:14)
Our entire globally family of beautiful-breathing-fragile-life needs unity…a perfect bond…to sustain life.
Talking love is a work in progress and will require another post…and i’ve run out of time for now…love talking will be continued…i’ll leave You with a question:
What is required for glue to stick/bond to surfaces?