… is good.
I truly and honestly believe it is. Sometimes it is difficult to live through the changes though.
You move house, and although the new place is bigger and brighter, you still cannot find your place in it.
Your best ever colleague/friend accepts another job, being an excellent opportunity and the best decision professionally, but it suddenly becomes clear that you won’t be working together again for a while.
Tomorrow is the last day of a colleague of mine in the office. At work we are surrounded by numbers, but in reality, he is a jazz musician. Even though we have never been close friends, we have talked so much about music, it created a connection between us beyond numbers and charts.
Change, change, change.
None of them necessarily bad changes, some of them even good ones! But the mood is affected, and it takes time to digest and accept.
I heard this song this morning again and it just described my present mood perfectly.
Please do click on the link, most people never click on the links, when this blog is supposed to be about music. Music that needs to be listened to.
Listen to this song.
Before going to bed, waiting in a bus stop, or just closing your eyes for a few minutes.
To stop and think of change. Change is good. Let’s embrace it.
(Paco del Pozo is a flamenco singer from Madrid singing here “the quick years, memories starting to hurt like a blow, i don’t want to see time.”
“los años veloces, los recuerdos empiezan a doler como golpes, no quiero ver el tiempo…”)