The Dull, and Uninteresting Hours

Today I write not for me, but for my friend. To understand the meaning of friendship and what’s inside our hearts; to feel the love for one another, that is not stained by the recklessness passion brings, nor is it spoiled by time; To cherish not the best moment of its time, but the dull, the uninteresting hours; To hold, not only that which is precious, but all that is damaged, unfit of our characters and yet it gives us a moment of belonging.

I know I have already shared this music before, and I have shared more than one video and more than one musician performing it. But is that, without this music every morning, even every day I can not find that comfortable place that is so common to us. That place which makes you understand, clearly, the reason why…

This time is the incredible performance of John Williams. If a melody can make you cry every time you hear it, for me, that is the ultimate thing. This melody can only be described with one quote from the great poet and novelist Kahlil Gibran. At the same time, this song can only transmit what this quote says;

” But if you love and must needs have desires, let these be your desires:

To melt and be like a running brook that sings its melody to the night.

To know the pain of too much tenderness.

To be wounded by your own understanding of love

And to bleed willingly and joyfully.”

-Kahlil Gibran.


Bach Prelude BWV, Lute Suite No. 4. John Williams;

 

Inspired by the lovely events only a friend can bring into your live. Thank you my friend, for being so supportive of my dreams.

2 thoughts on “The Dull, and Uninteresting Hours

  1. Is the simplicity of moments unplanned like the few hours we had yesterday that becomes the very fabric of a good friendship.

    You my friend make the dull, and uninteresting hours seem like precious moments of love, good cheer and inspiration!

    Joan

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