Some Sunday morning motivation (and I’m not saying that because I need motivation to go to the gym today. Nope. Not at all).
Since I started this section I’ve been wanting to post something from dqHamilton, the Broadway musical written, performed and produced by Lin-Manuel Miranda (who’s also participating in the scoring of next Disney’s movie, Moana). The main question was which song to choose, because the whole soundtrack is amazing. It’s one of my “to-go” playlists when I need motivation before going to work or at the gym.
Whatever your doing, play Pacific Rim‘s soundtrack by Ramin Djawadi while your doing t and it’ll become an epic task.
As much influence one person can have, that one person doesn’t have the power to reshape the whole world. We are each one of us responsible for the future. , our own and the one of those that surround us. We can do more and have more influence that we imagine. So let’s all work for the better. Because if we believe in it, the future looks good.
Life advice from Supergirl.
You’re standing on the shore, afraid to dive into the new waters. And you’re afraid because you don’t want to say goodbye to the mild-mannered, love-loaned Kara Danvers, the sweet and beautiful assistant to Cat Grant. You’re standing there looking at your options: the icy blue water, the fast flowing river and choppy sea, and all look very appealing to you because you’re dying to go for a swim. But you know the water is going to be cold and the journey is going to be hard, and when you reach the other side you will have become a new person, and you’re scared to meet that new version of yourself. Now, we all get used to our own personas and are used to our own comfort zones, but trust me, in order to live, we must keep daring, keep diving.
This week I’ve seen published all around the web Pentaronix‘s cover of Leonard Cohen‘s famous song Hallelujah. Since I heard it first time in the movie Shrek, it has been one of my favourites. Behind its calm melody and apparent serenity, the song is all about a broken heart and a betrayed love. And this version by Bob Jovi is my personal favourite.