“Everybody’s looking for that new thing.” – Tori Kelly (Nobody Love)
Even the strong need a hug sometimes.
Love is often viewed as complicated. Is it? – POC
Tori Kelly’s life in music prompts me to think about the good people do in the world from another unique perspective. It also causes me to meditate on what is behind their smile? Hence the sincere statements made above have come about by viewing excerpts from Tori Kelly’s life and by listening to her music.
Take Tori Kelly’s surprise visit on Laurie Hernandez, Olympics Gold Medal winner for the U.S. Women’s Gymnastics Team. The initial moment of the two meeting is what you call priceless! The intensity of emotions required no verbal expressions of love; it is quite evident in the video how Laurie Hernandez felt when her eyes fixated on Tori’s bright smile. Additionally, Tori welcomed the opportunity to verbally relate her mutual gratitude of being able to embrace Laurie.
Laurie Hernandez Gets Surprised By Tori Kelly & It’s Epic
What happened to Us?
One of the saddest things to experience in the world is to see the love in a relationship die. Especially when it did not have to happen. People around the world are having their hearts broken every day. Why? Did these couples know before hand what was going wrong in their relationship? What exactly was causing the corrosion? In the beginning, oh how they were madly in love; and now they are just mad.
For many, when the loaded words stop flying, and the dust settles, then the sanity returns. The bitter waters of their heart start to turn sweet again. Still, from time to time there may be some residual memories of what was and what could have been? Where did we go wrong? Where did I go wrong? No matter what the situation may have been, while some burn the memorabilia of the no going back relationship, their heart produces a song to sing one last time for this lost love.
Tori Kelly – Should’ve Been Us (Live MTV VMA 2015)
Colors of The Wind-With love- Growth, Knowledge, Progress
“Colors of the Wind” was originally recorded by Judy Kuhn as Pocahontas in the same titled movie. Vanessa Williams also released the covered single from the soundtrack in March 1995.
Tori Kelly recorded the song in 2014 which continued the tradition of keeping the meaningful adoration with the words of this song.
How we feel about our raised from childhood values does principally motivates our actions. How do you view people of little-known cultures? How do you treat them? How do you view animals? How do you treat animals?
The song “Colors of the Wind” requests us to think deeply about such questions.
From infancy, when humans are allowed to be taught, yes grasp what is love, they realize it is simple to appreciate and show it in union with all the Colors of the Wind vibrance, and it is the most powerful force of creation in all realms of the universe.
Tori Kelly – Colors Of The Wind
The Heart is Made for Love produces Love
Tori Kelly’s music is a gift. It is obvious she cherishes and enjoys sharing it with others. Music comes from the heart. A heart that is full of love continues to be refreshed and when not placed in a dam; its refreshing overflow gives to all.
In conclusion, there is continued success wished upon Tori and all you kind/tender-hearted ones. Hoping for positive things and peace to always be with you.
“I’ve stopped being sorry for all my soft. I won’t apologize because I miss you, or because I said it, or because I text you first, or again. I think everyone spends too much time trying to close themselves off. I don’t want to be cool or indifferent, I want to be honest.” – Azra.T
— Excerpt Of Myself (@excerptofmyself) October 12, 2016
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