A tribute to better days ahead…

15 minutes, but worth every minute…


  1. Ahhhh…. Ólafur Arnalds.

    You know, when it’s not ‘the season’, I usually write to his music playing softly in the background.

    I feel closer to nature in the beauty of his notes and chords wafting all around me. His music feels like it is full of the beauty of the sun rising up out of the horizon and casting great swathes of colour across the sky as the blanket of darkness that has kept us safe in our dreams slips silently back into the envelope of night that will keep it safe all day long.

    He awakens the magic and mystery, miracle and melancholy of the muse’s desires.

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  2. Reblogged this on It Is What It Is and commented:
    Inspiring …. warm!! Nice to wake up to!!

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  3. That was lovely. Are you telling me that you managed to sit still for 15.43 minutes and listen?

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  4. beautiful

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  5. Beautiful 💝 I love the Icelandic modern composers. Thanks Dave.

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  6. My God, David! This is a whole other level. I wasn’t expecting this! It pulled me like hands pull up a puppit on strings. The sunrise, the music, her voice, the lyrics.

    Merry Christmas to you and your loved ones. Holding you all tight in my heart today.

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  7. so beautiful Thank you dear Dave, Merry Christmas, Love, nia

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  8. I turned off all the lights
    Only the stars and the Moon
    Each one is You, you are all
    The beautiful people of
    The Earth…

    Thank you.

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  9. To a better tomorrow. Always.

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  10. Happy holidays 🎄✨🌲🎄✨🌲💫😎

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