Friday, February 6, 2015

Life and Conquerors ~ What's On My Playlist

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 Nothing is impossible, the word itself says 'I'm possible'!~Audrey Hepburn




  I am constantly reinventing myself. Trying to discover, completely, what it is I value most and what I want to represent to others. Shifting, growing--as a matter of fact (probably because I'm an avid gardener--I love my flowers) it makes me think of a garden plot which soil and seeds constantly reshapes, reseeds, blooms. 

  Or a place that you've traveled to, and each time you return, it's a bit different. The same, but time has left a stamp on it.


  There's a saying--you are what you eat. Maybe it's a Southerner thing, I don't know honestly. I prefer "we are what we listen to". A lot of the songs I listen to have a message of being yourself--conquering obstacles--rising higher than before. And being there for others. The fascinating thing about my personal playlist--Life and Conquerors--is that I keep adding to it. 

Playlists actually give in interesting insight into how you view yourself, what you believe in. It's part of the expression of who you are.

 So far there's only ten songs on my Life and Conquerors playlist, but I'm curious to see what others will make the list as I change. I realized, as I started it, that I was also putting it together as an encouragement to myself. Get me pumped for the day. To accomplish anything in life, you have to take it a day at a time.


My Playlist:


Afterlife ~ Ingrid Michaelson
Put Your Records On ~ Corrine Bailey Rae
It's Time (Cherry Cherry Boom Boom) ~ Imagine Dragons
Waiting On the World To Change ~ John Mayor
Unwritten ~ Natasha Bedingfield
On Top of the World ~ Imagine Dragons
Little Wonders ~ Rob Thomas
Titanium ~ Madilyn Bailey
Secrets ~ One Republic
Stand By Me ~ Ben E. King
Viva la Vida ~ Coldplay
 


  What have you put on your playlist? What clues have you put in it to show you what you want to be, have set for yourself to accomplish?


  ~Elora

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