Uplifting Quotes About Music and Life

July 21, 2011 by  
Filed under Ambient Music, Well Being & Self Growth

As you may know, I love to collect inspirational quotes!  You’ll find them in my Twitter stream.  You’ll hear them in my songs.  You’ll even find them taped to my mirror at my home.

Much like we read to know we are not alone (C.S. Lewis), listening to music can be just the thing your soul needs.  Music can provide a connection to fond memories, and may speak to a deep part of our humanity.  No wonder so many people have made profound, uplifting quotes about music and life.

I’d love to share a few more of my favorites!

Music can bring us closer to heaven on earth

Music can bring us closer to heaven on earth

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Cool Music Quotes to Share and Enjoy

April 20, 2010 by  
Filed under Well Being & Self Growth

So many wise people over the ages were either musicians or music enthusiasts! Is it any wonder that there are a number of cool music quotes to share and enjoy?

Whether you find inspiration, comfort, strength, happiness — or all of these — quotes about music can bring a song to your heart and a spring in your step!

I’d love to share a few more of my favorite music quotes!

Lovely inspiration from nature and music

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More Inspirational Music Quotes

I am always looking for an uplifting thought upon which I can rely to get me through the hour.  Inspirational music quotes are some of my favorite material!  Although I shared a few of my top picks recently, I keep finding new quotes about music.

Here are a few additional inspirational music quotes that will make you smile, and brighten your day.  Enjoy the photo gallery too!  I firmly believe that its hard to feel down when the corners of your mouth are turned up.

Consider these gems:

“Lyrics settle on music like dust on furniture.” – Jeff Tweedy

Just imagine the lyrics gently settling on music (image from Jono Rotten on Flickr)

Just imagine the lyrics gently settling on music (image from Jono Rotten on Flickr)

“A synonym is a word you use when you can’t spell the word you first thought of.”  – Burt Bacharach Read more