power of music
"Why say it when you can sing it?" -- babies
"We have no problem spending tens of thousands on drugs that don't work, but if we could delay people going into nursing
A new, compelling film by director Michael Rossato-Bennett portrays the power of music to engage and enliven these nursing home residents to the amazement of staff and family members.
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When I get home from the city, I'm going to download Neil's new album and the other one he mentioned writing with his wife
I have an edge. Sarcasm and irony are two of my favorite things. I am a wide eyed optimist. I love a happy ending. This is the dichotomy that is me. Lou Reed meets Jack Johnson.
You would be hard pressed to find someone whose story on finding a life calling in pediatric oncology starts with Taylor Swift. Well, congratulations. That person is me.
If Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeroes teaches us anything, it's that we shouldn't be afraid. Don't fear, the world loves you, we love you.
“Our music preferences show how social we are,” observed study author Chan Jean Lee, PhD, of KAIST Business School in Seoul
Neikrug suggests listening to the composition in its entirety when life feels heavy. "No, it won't make your boss a better