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What AreYou LISTENING?
What are you listenin1)Music? nags? neighbor's fight? friend's arguments? news broadcast on the tube? pitter patter raindrops? crickets calling? water dripping? Someone's heartache? dogs barking? waves calling? sound of construction? steak sizzling? blender working? children's play shout's? a heart beat? Someone snoring? your noisy mind?
2)which sound do you hope to block out immediately?
3)which sound do you yearn particularly at this moment?
The birds chirping in the garden...................................................
Im Multi tasking - Listening to music as my girlfriend is eating my brain :p
Not understanding which one should i concentrate...
Once upon a time I blocked out the majority of what my ears heard. Now that I'm older I hear everything but only listen to a few things.
I'm currently listening to the tv playing down the hallway.
and the computer processor as the virus scan performs its' job. Not very exciting,huh?
I usually listen everything. As we are human being, so we must listen everything. I don't want to listen the sound of crying. No one must be in pain, although I know it is impossible, but this is the thing that really hurts.
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by hoteltravel5 years ago
Do you like your music loud or soft?How do you prefer playing music - loud or soft? I have noticed that mostly youngsters like it loud. As people age, they prefer softer music. Is that so?
by Lynsey Harte9 months ago
Does your music taste change depending on your mood?If I'm happy, I like happy music. I love The Beatles, for example. Then, when I'm feeling down, I like to listen to more acoustic music, like David Gray. It's not...
by Patricia Scott6 months ago
Is it important to you to listen to the opinion of others, even when you disagree?Often we have discussions with others on 'hot topics', on which there may be much disagreement. Is it possible for you to respectfully...
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Some times the music would be so riveting that you keep listening.Do you that?
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