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Music that has a strange emotional impact on you
#41
RE: Music that has a strange emotional impact on you
(17th April 2017, 04:14)downbeatplumb Wrote: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iEHqPCA_lzQ

This content has been blocked for your country, on copywright grounds!  Dodgy
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Astreja Wrote:
Quote:The sin is against an infinite being (God) and a sin unforgiven is infinite, so therefore the punishment is infinite.

Dead wrong.  The actions of a finite being measured against an infinite one are infinitesimal and therefore merit infinitesimal punishment.

Quote:Some people deserve hell, Astreja.

I say again:  No exceptions.  Punishment should be equal to the crime, not in excess of it.  As soon as punishment > crime, the punisher is in the wrong.

..
Interested in making the world a better place, Atlas?  Don't treat it as an all-or-nothing deal; just do something.  Anything.  It's better and easier to relieve suffering when and how you can, rather than waiting for utopia to just pop out of nowhere or waiting for a god to exact justice after we're dead.

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#42
RE: Music that has a strange emotional impact on you
(20th April 2017, 12:08)vorlon13 Wrote:   I linked that since it is uncut,

I read that as "I liked that since it is uncut"

Welp...
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#43
RE: Music that has a strange emotional impact on you
(21st April 2017, 04:36)Lucanus Wrote:
(20th April 2017, 12:08)vorlon13 Wrote:   I linked that since it is uncut,

I read that as "I liked that since it is uncut"

Welp...

I just did the same thing and wondered why you wrote the same sentence twice. :-)
-You only hear what you want to hear. - Thanks, I like to keep it short in summer.
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- What are you talking about Edna, of course I can read a map.

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#44
RE: Music that has a strange emotional impact on you
(21st April 2017, 07:17)Little lunch Wrote:
(21st April 2017, 04:36)Lucanus Wrote: I read that as "I liked that since it is uncut"

Welp...

I just did the same thing and wondered why you wrote the same sentence twice. :-)

Omg me too
The fool hath said in his heart, There is a God. They are corrupt, they have done abominable works, there is none that doeth good.
Psalm 14, KJV revised edition

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#45
RE: Music that has a strange emotional impact on you
(21st April 2017, 03:38)Luckie Wrote:
(17th April 2017, 04:14)downbeatplumb Wrote: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iEHqPCA_lzQ

This content has been blocked for your country, on copywright grounds!  Dodgy

It was "this womans work" by Kate Bush.



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#46
RE: Music that has a strange emotional impact on you
(2nd April 2017, 03:45)Alex K Wrote: Fairuz isn't lacking recognition though. She's THE goddess of song.

Didn't know she was popular outside of the Lebanese and Arab world.

As for me, here's one that gives me chills at certain points:





This next one, I just can't listen to without leaving this real world and taking refuge in my fantasy world of legendary warriors and monsters and good and evil gods and goddesses, a world replete with betrayals, vengeance, and ascensions. In fact, I have really complex story for which music like this would suit perfectly as background, the story is almost completely thought up in my mind but just haven't had the motivation to pen it down on paper and probably never will.





Also this:





This world is sacred, and I will never let it die if ever I had the power necessary. I certainly would never leave this world for a better one because this here is where I belong with the people I care about, not elsewhere.
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#47
RE: Music that has a strange emotional impact on you
@Grandizer:
She is not extremely well known in the West, I was made aware of her by an Israeli friend of mine.

My favorite Guardian song is "Script for my requiem" btw.
The fool hath said in his heart, There is a God. They are corrupt, they have done abominable works, there is none that doeth good.
Psalm 14, KJV revised edition

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#48
RE: Music that has a strange emotional impact on you
(21st April 2017, 12:49)downbeatplumb Wrote:
(21st April 2017, 03:38)Luckie Wrote: This content has been blocked for your country, on copywright grounds!  Dodgy

It was "this womans work" by Kate Bush.




So what's the strange emotional impact you get from that song? Mine is suicidal tendency, but hey.
 [Image: butterfly-effect.jpg]

Astreja Wrote:
Quote:The sin is against an infinite being (God) and a sin unforgiven is infinite, so therefore the punishment is infinite.

Dead wrong.  The actions of a finite being measured against an infinite one are infinitesimal and therefore merit infinitesimal punishment.

Quote:Some people deserve hell, Astreja.

I say again:  No exceptions.  Punishment should be equal to the crime, not in excess of it.  As soon as punishment > crime, the punisher is in the wrong.

..
Interested in making the world a better place, Atlas?  Don't treat it as an all-or-nothing deal; just do something.  Anything.  It's better and easier to relieve suffering when and how you can, rather than waiting for utopia to just pop out of nowhere or waiting for a god to exact justice after we're dead.

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#49
RE: Music that has a strange emotional impact on you
(22nd April 2017, 03:42)Luckie Wrote:
(21st April 2017, 12:49)downbeatplumb Wrote: It was "this womans work" by Kate Bush.




So what's the strange emotional impact you get from that song? Mine is suicidal tendency, but hey.
That's my dance jam.


Not really, I find it a moving piece.
Minds are like arseholes.
Once somethings firmly in there its very hard to remove it.





 








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