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If I have to choose one thing that I'm passionate about, then I would have to choose music. Ever since I bought my first CD 10 years ago, it has permeated me in every way I can possibly think

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If I have to choose one thing that I'm passionate about, then I would have to choose music. Ever since I bought my first CD 10 years ago, it has permeated me in every way I can possibly think. After that first experience, I quickly dived into my own sister's extensive music collection to catch up on all I've been missing out on. Everything about it just appealed to me in ways I never thought possible. My passion for music comes in two forms. The first form is listening to it. Listening affects me in so many ways. In some ways, it will energize me, especially after concerts. ...read more.

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For example, there is this song by the band Tool, called Third Eye. The emotion I feel in this song is so astronomical to me. The intricacies of the guitar with the rhythmic drums, in addition to the lyrics and the voice of the singer, just whisks me away every time to another place that lays inside the music. I can just shut my eyes and see myself somewhere else in a complete nirvana. Besides just listening to music, I am very passionate about making it as well. Music lets me express myself when I can't find words to do it. I feel it translate my thoughts and emotions through a language all its own. ...read more.

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If they don't like them, it feels like they don't like me. I just have a hard time rationalizing it because I'm so passionate about it. So overall, what makes me passionate about music is the emotion that goes into it. Music can tell a lot about people sometimes. It's like my own mirror expressing my feelings, thoughts and fears, but devoid of visual representation. That's also why music is always changing. It continues to evolve and become more complex as the world becomes more complex. This power is so attractive to become a part of, and participate in it as well. What can I say, I'm a musician. You become your passions, like lawyers, doctors, and actors. So that's what I've become. I've fallen into music so much, that its who and what I am. That, is what I call passion. ...read more.

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