Here’s what music can do for me that no man can:
1. Do it 5 times a day “Allah-hu akbar!” Just another Tuesday morning in Jeddah. I lived in Saudi Arabia for a year.
My hallmate, Peter, came to my dorm room with great news. He had been invited to one of our favorite fraternities’ hotel party that Wednesday night.
I was at a bar and it was so dimly lit. I wanted to laugh and tell you the menu must be terrible. They wanted it to be hidden, must be way we ere in the dark.
Each of us has the capacity to decide whether we want to view the struggle that inherently accompanies life as a task to be endured and completed, or a kind of opportunity to learn from, grow and experience.