OVERCOMING — Music Themes

LISA OF THE LIGHT chose OVERCOMING as the Music Theme for this Week.
The Music Theme for next week is  HIDDEN.
Is it always right to overcome  perceived obstacles by permanently moving or destroying them?  What if the obstacles are put in place by Creator and are aspects of our Mother’s Beauty? What if the obstacles to progress are nature itself?  What if such obstacles are, for example, mountain tops?  What if choosing the wrong obstacles to overcome equals the death of joy?  Can People live without joy? Does not the beauty of Earth protect us from despair? How will future generations overcome despair if the beauty of nature is destroyed? Why do we toil and labor to create ruin?
MOVING MOUNTAINS — Two Steps From Hell – Thomas Bergersen
3min. 04sec.
Nevlamas . s
Wherein shall future children dwell if People fail to learn how to overcome the corruption that may yet be the undoing of humans?
11min. 55sec.
Is overcoming evil a constant process against something formless and insidious, seductive?  Is evil only recognizable in overt violence? Can evil overcome the natural reticence of good people disguising itself in something as basic as learned attitudes and religion and traditions or perhaps as complicated as misinformation and the hidden meanings of language and myth or even a desire for revolution and change for the sake of ideology? What is required for people to overcome the desire to see only what is wished?
MERMAIDS — Pirates of the Caribbean On Stranger Tides — Hans Zimmer
8min. 04sec.
What broken hearts and hidden fears, what guilt and bitterness, what infirmities and pain, must People  overcome in order live? Is such courage always  discernible  by others? Are courage, spiritual strength,  fearlessness , and confidence, all the same qualities?  Can private grief ever be fully overcome? Is every act of care, every expression of love, every touch, an act of willful overcoming?
OF LOVE UNDONE — Twilight Kingdom — Lisa Gerrard — Marcello De Francisci
3min. 44sec.
All People wrestle to overcome daemons  whatever forms they may manifest. And sometimes daemons must be fed to keep them quiet.
DAEMONOS —  ΔΑΊΜΟΝΟΣ  — Daemonia Nymphe
2min. 44sec
Raynevious Channel
LISA OF THE LIGHT: Music Theme – Overcoming
JOHNNY:  Johnny
MADELINE: ♪Overcome – Music Themes
The applause at the end of this 2 Cellos video clip never fails to help me overcome a disgruntled mood by putting everything back in perspective.
One of my Little Brothers once told me  “If you want your message to be heard, you must speak to your audience’s listening.” He explained to me that I needed to say what I wanted heard, in such a way that it could be perceived from the point of view of the listener whose hearing was obstructed by their own prejudiced personal understanding.
THUNDERSTRUCK – by AC/DC  — Arranged & perfprmed by 2Cellos — Luka Sulic – Stjepan Hauser
4min. 58sec.



14 comments on “OVERCOMING — Music Themes

  1. rezinate says:

    Thunderstruck – not a day goes by when pounding nails I don’t listen to AC/DCs version.
    Never heard 2 Cellos cover…fantastic

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    • The DVD named CELLOVERSE is better and includes Thunderstruck. Much better than the pitch modified YouTube, which is good, too. They are Croatian. inavukic Croatia, the War, and the Future Is a WP blogger. Her gravatar is amongst the “likes”, if the link doesn’t link. http://inavukic.com/ She has been awarded, twice, the Croatia Medal of Honor.

      This video clip always makes me laugh. The applause is perfect. 😀 😀 However, I always think of Courageous Ina, the professor, teaching and living in Australia, when I listen to 2CELLOS. Anyway, Ina agrees with us, the 2CELLOS cover of Thunderstruck is fantastic. 😉


  2. 1EarthUnited says:

    Bear, i enjoy u’r insightful, exploratory questions from every theme post. There may not be logical, rational answers to overcoming subjective perceptions. We overcome (challenges) in our own personal way. Perhaps this is humanity’s path for growth and self-realization? Great selections, and thought provoking questions. 🙂


  3. […] Bear   Lisa   Willow   Maddie […]

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  4. Lisa says:

    This is very good. I did the best I could this week with the strength I had. ❤

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  5. […] forget to check out Bear, Johnny and […]

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  6. Wonderfully written. You made me think about every intention. Really enjoyed the music also; especially MOVING MOUNTAINS — Two Steps From Hell – Thomas Bergersen.

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  7. […] check out:   Bear     Lisa     Johnny     Willow    […]

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  8. willowdot21 says:

    You always amaze me Bear you find an inivitive way to approach every theme each week. As ever you have given me a lot to think about

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