My Experiences & Philosophy Behind Listening to The An Interpreter Enchanting Songs with Sign Language

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Most people often think of “Deafness” and “hearing impairment” are the same thing.

“Deafness comes as a spectrum from the hard of hearing to total deafness,”

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Sign Language Hands of Grace is a New Way to Serve Deaf:

Music is an art and inclusive and it is meant for everyone to enjoy no matter blind or deaf

Artist Christine Sun Kim was born deaf, and she was taught to believe that sound wasn’t a part of her life, that it was a hearing person’s thing. Through her art, she discovered similarities between American Sign Language and music, and she realized that sound doesn’t have to be known solely through the ears — it can be felt, seen, and experienced as an idea. In this endearing talk, she invites us to open our eyes and ears and participate in the rich treasure of visual language.

The social influence of music

Anyway, different people have different philosophies behind listening to music and listening to different kinds of music at different times and moods. For a lot of people around the world, MUSIC is much more than a mix of tunes & lyrics. That depends on the individual.

“The type of music you play generally affects your mood. People have individual tastes for different situations — from the gym, where people who are exercising tend to listen to more upbeat music, to someone who’s working on a project that requires concentration.”

As described earlier, It very much depends on the individual. For some it can provide all the motivation for life and/or else in anything as per their need; for others, it is little more than a “pleasant” noise.

Our bodies require oxygen to survive, grow and heal. When we breathe, we oxygenate our blood and zap brain cells but when we sing full-throated and lustily, we breath deeper, from our core, our diaphragm, our gut. That puts a lot of oxygen into our blood. It energizes us, makes us more alert, and helps us to interact with other people.

First, let me define what music is for me!

So for me and great impact. For others, it may be different.

Listening to The An Interpreter Enchanting Songs with Sign Language:

A growing number of Sign Language interpreters are bringing visuals to a hearing-centric musical world.

The hands have their own emotions. They have their own mind.

“It has more meaning when I sing with my hands,” Harmsen

“We didn’t want to just translate text, We wanted to make music visible.” Haupt

My Philosophy:

Final Thoughts:

Keep going what you can do and never say I can’t do it!

I write to keep you thinking and to keep me thankful and reflective and until next time, keep reflecting.

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