יהיה טוב

9 11 2010

Being unemployed since August, I’ve come to realize that sometimes you just need to take a walk. The stress of unemployment is too dangerous to one’s health to sit at a computer screen all day, mindlessly sending out resumes and cover letters to employers who probably received around 300 resumes a day that look just like the rest. As the stress of trying to make yourself stand out from the rest of the unemployed builds, it’s okay to step away for a few hours, a day, even a few days, and just take a walk. Take a look around you, take a deep breath, and remember that everything is going to get better. Someone out there is going to see your skills, your talents, your potential, and scoop you up from the ranks of the unemployed. Each and every day I am thankful for having people in my life who care about me, look out for me, and are there for me to lean on for guidance and love. Please, lean on these people in your life for the same guidance and love.

Getting back to the topic, what I also realized is how much I’ve missed songwriting, and I need to start doing more of that, as well as performing/recording my music. I feel blessed and appreciative every day when I see that music lovers and listeners still watch videos, share them with their friends and family, and purchase it to keep it for their very own. Just knowing that happens every day makes me miss doing what I love and what I’m so great at. I need to get back into the music, and I’m going to. I’m much happier, relaxed, and calmer when I’m immersed in music. My great friend Gedaliah (whose blog is linked on the right side of the page), who I’ve done most of my writing/recording/performing with, is working with me to create more of the music we both love, and I’m excited to share it with everyone who is reading this (whoever you are) when its ready.

In the words of one of my favorite Israeli musicians, David Broza, “יהיה טוב” or “Yihyeh Tov”. It will be good.

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