Four Reasons To Be A Music Lover
Music is one of the simple joys of life that can be shared to others. It can simply be a passion or a hobby. As for others, they refer to it as a livelihood source wherein they influence their audience besides getting paid for playing the instrument.
To a few people, music is the language of their soul. All or one of these reasons may be applicable to you but whatever that is, playing and mastering a musical instrument can truly be a self-fulfilling and soul enriching experience. Here are a few points on how you can benefit from music.
1. Music is like a language spoken in different ways.
Music appeals in several and various ways to each human soul. Even with the differences of profession, culture, history and personality, music has an overwhelming power that can sometimes unify a broken chain from which people can draw strength to express their innermost feelings and sentiments about certain issues. These issues encompass what most people are confronting today whether it is political, spiritual and communal. This facet will never take the impact of music to many real life circumstances.
2. Music improves knowledge and creative thinking.
Several studies have shown direct relationships from the positive influence of music to different areas of knowledge and creative thinking. Children, for instance who have grown to learn music and become passionate about it have shown better performance in the academe as compared to those who aren't at all involve with music or musical instruments. There is also a certain positive impact on spatial and creative abilities showing an improved ability even if the application area is besides music.
3. Music improves self-esteem and confidence.
Self concepts, generally, have been formed around the individual's achievements, accomplishments and interaction with the society. There is the belief for one's self to become increasingly positive when one person achieves the goals he has set for himself. The role of music in personality development is important in that music can pose a challenge to every learning activity. Learning is not all but a mastery of the tasks at hand and to showcase the talent and ability before an audience, even with families and friends. The interaction that one gives and receives becomes an avenue to increase and maintain self-confidence so that other personality areas are addressed.
4. Music equals fun.
As the introduction says, music is a joy to anyone who finds and keeps it. Music offers several venues for individuals to interact with others and be aware of being social beings. The interaction and activities of learning music equal fun. Friendships are built, relationships are nurtured and self-roles are enhanced. Looking at each corner, music is indeed a worthwhile fun!
Sometimes, it's hard to find life's real joys but looking for them does not necessarily mean looking far and beyond. You can pick up the hidden guitar inside the closet and start your guitar lessons or invite mom to the music store to buy your favorite flute.