”Have you noticed that music and art are already filling the emotional gaps left by the absence of direct human contact? “ — Art of Quotation

”Have you noticed that music and art are already filling the emotional gaps left by the absence of direct human contact? …The most relevant unit of society at the moment is the entire human family.” I wonder if there will be an enduring shift in consciousness after all this. All those tribal us-them stories don’t […]

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12 Responses to ”Have you noticed that music and art are already filling the emotional gaps left by the absence of direct human contact? “ — Art of Quotation

  1. bwcarey says:

    that art etc, was created from hearts, the stuff that connects, leaves an everlasting impression, that’s why we relate some songs to great loves we have had, it’s wisdom, amen, hope your keeping safe, and enjoying some great reads, les miserables by victor hugo etc…

    • I agree. I think we are art but were made to forget that, to take away our power. But it’s coming back now and no one can stope it. Hope you are well and safe. 🙂

      • bwcarey says:

        we all need to rest awhile, the sooner we stop hating others. for whatever reason, the better, it’s better to create love, and that has many facets, kindness, recognition, a cup of tea, a breakfast, you never know who is sitting next to you, amen

      • All true. Wishful thinking that we all hope might someday come true.

  2. I have noticed this. As someone who regularly engrossed herself in art/music, it’s so nice to see others slowing down and engaging in the arts. I wish it didn’t take something so drastic to remind people the importance of this.

  3. Kiki says:

    As somebody for whom music and song, as well as reading are absolutely VITAL for my well-being, I can only recommend to you to listen – amongst others – to The Piano Guys, The Netherlands Bach Society (esp if you love Bach), and so many more….

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