Musical Passion Essay

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I believe that singing is not just an art; it's a means of expressing one's emotions. Thus, my innate passion for singing, coupled with my love for music comes from deep within my soul, mind and heart. When I sing, I sing with all of me, putting everything I can into it, and that's exactly what makes me feel complete.Even if the sounds aren't perfect or correct, every little bit helps me get through the day. When stressed, nothing helps me more than singing. I have always had a great passion for singing. From the time I could speak my first words, I was singing! Although singing in front of others had a pure sense of joy pulsing through my veins, in my own time, singing has always been way of blocking out all my worldly worries. It is one thing that I feel strongly about, knowing that I have attained the skills with perfect ease, as if it has always been there within my soul, only left for me to discover. From a very early age, I wanted to and have to quite an extent, attain a strong understanding of the use of tune, rhythm and beats, how to pace up, where to pause and breathe. My sensible approach and proficiency has made everyone appreciate my voice and my flair very much. My urge to become a singer, grew stronger with each passing day. As I approached my junior year in school, pressure was building up and academics became my first and only priority. The more I concentrated on my studies, the more I felt my passion slip out of my fingers. And before I knew it I had to leave my music school. There grew a distance I could not cross, a barrier that made my dreams seem far-fetched for lack of practice made matters worse. The ease with which I could sing seemed to have evaporated into thin air....But like they say, "When fate closes one door, it opens countless others'. I am overwhelmed to be able to realize that music is and has always been an indispensable

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