The Power of Song and Joy to End Corona Pandemic

The Lord from Zion calls on Madonna the entertainer to compose a new song for the healing of Corona virus connecting to the song which Moses and the children of Israel sang at the splitting of the Red Sea. She should lead America and Europe back to Gospel music. Eurovision in Israel where Madonna performed last year has been cancelled this year because of Corona virus. The world needs a miracle.

Galaxies, Universe and Music

Describing space above atmosphere by common language of “cosmic song”

Bijan Norouz have recently produced and edited some music for a video clip about the spheres and the cosmos, in which they have tried to describe the outer space of the earth for their audiences. As they believe there is a harmonic “Cosmic Song” among the celestial bodies and music is the one which can help a better understanding of the world above for the human.

Serhat – Sing Na,Na (Song Review) – Secular and Religious Clash in Israel

The song Sing Na Na written and sung by Serhat of San Marino is inspiring.  He has added emotions and beauty to music.  In his music video which was introduced in Israel at the Eurovision Song Contest he combines music, dance, beauty, love, children, and with lyrics which open the heart and soul to life and joy. He offers a simple solution for all the problems of life to Say Na, Na Na, which means be like a child, a child of God a child of life.

Pop Star Nick Cave Comments on the Voice of God

Nick Cave was asked, “What does God’s voice sound like?”  His answer was beautiful.

A rock star becomes for his fans a model, a life coach, a guru, a friend.  People ask him all sorts of questions like how to overcome loneliness and grief.  CNN picked up on his answer to a follower on “What does God’s voice sound like?” It seems that he is going in the way of the famous female pop-star Madonna who entered the spiritual realm many years ago. His latest song “Red Right Hand” is an allusion to the vengeance of God. In the last few months he has posted on his website “you can ask me anything.” He got a flood of 100 letters a week.

Loving You is a Losing Game: A Song Review

Duncan Lawrence received the award for his song “Loving You is a Losing Game” at the Eurovision song contest in Jerusalem last month. Everyone wants love. Love is in our nature from birth.

The baby comes out of his mother’s womb and cries.  He cries for love. His mother embraces him and feeds him. Children need love throughout the childhood and adolescence. When they reach the age of 12 for a girl and 13 for a boy they need love which their mother can no longer give them. By some people this stage in life is called independence.  Others say that it is the trick of the devil.  The song of Duncan Lawrence “Loving you is a losing game” is teaching beware of love.

The Messiah of Song

Sing to God a new song, sing to God the whole earth (Psalms 97:1)

Israel this year has hosted Eurovision which is the world’s most foremost alliance of public service media representing 117 member organizations in 56 countries and an additional 34 Associates in Africa, Asia, Australia and the Americas. There is beauty in song.  There is freedom in song.

Song without lyrics is universal.  When we add to song lyrics is made its connection to intellect; but song is from the heart. On Mount Sinai God spoke to the Jewish people and gave to them the Torah.