.>>To put it bluntly if every morning you were
.>>being prematurely woken up by a beautiful bird song of a bird who lives on a
.>>tree next to your window, I am pretty sure that you would eventually learn
.>>to dislike that sound as much as you currently dislike the sound of your
Speaking from personal experience, I have to disagree. A life in
harmony with nature, directed by nature's rhythm is a happy and
beautiful life. Never been happier than during the period of my life
when the rooster was my alarm clock -- never gotten up so early,
either. The reason the alarm clock is so disturbing is that it throws
us off that groove.
We are a part of nature and any creative expression is a reference to
that primal connection. Maybe that's why music made by human beings
can be so pleasing compared to music made by machines. Sometimes the
MIDIfied stuff just sounds like a big, glorified clock to me.
On 4/4/07, Ivica Ico Bukvic wrote: