Music: 2

There’s something about music that is very enjoyable.

I don’t know of anyone who doesn’t like to listen to music. I know people who don’t like to read, people who don’t like things like movies and television.

There may be a large percentage of people who only like specific types of music, but everyone, even the pope, likes music. As a matter of fact, the vatican recently released a list of music (what modern young folk—those younger than the pope—refer to as a “playlist”) that they felt shared the aim to reach the heart of good minded people. It included music by Mozart, The Vatican Choir, and Muse (yes) among other classical and far from classical artists.

Music is just about the only form of entertainment that can be found across the entire planet. It does not rely on any sort of technology. You need at least one ear to enjoy it and at least one mobile appendage to make it—though two ears and a mouth would be far more beneficial (not to mention a second, third and fourth appendage).

I had a point when I first began this… but I’ve now forgotten what it was. But, rather than scrapping this whole thing, I’ve decided to post what is here… and hopefully what I was getting at will be revealed to me once again, in the near-ish future.

Until we meet again, have a better than average day.