136 thoughts on “Life is like a piano: the white keys represent happiness, the black keys show sadness. But as you go through life’s journey, remember that the black keys make music too…

  1. 2013aferrari says:

    That’s beautiful.

  2. bonzie91 says:

    It’s completely true. The white keys sound more beautiful than the dark, but in reality neither would sound as good without the other.

  3. Thanks for stopping by my blog. Glad you liked it. You are so right about your piano keys. Good thought.

  4. JanKarol says:

    Needed to read this today, thanks. Must take time to listen to the full symphony.
    Thanks for the follow.

  5. scumlikeuschurch says:

    thank you very much for stopping by, God bless

  6. RAZODAN says:

    Something about that piano that makes life so beautiful.

    Looking forward to ur other posts!

  7. Configcrazy says:

    Being a Music composer myself , I liked the synth and key strokes…loved the track…
    You wrote correctly by comparing life with the piano keys 🙂

  8. pslakers says:

    On the piano, in the Key of C, basically you play using all white keys. But wait until you begin to add the ‘accidentals’. That takes your sound to another dimension. Conversely, in the key of G flat, you need a couple of white keys to complete a full scale. Hence, no matter how bad the history of disappointments, ‘every cloud has a silver lining.” Awesome concept. I hope to remain mindful of this. Thanks.

  9. A very poetic post. 🙂

  10. I wish my life had a ratio of amount of visible white vs. visible black..right now, my life seems like really really big black keys and really really small white keys. not surprisingly, the song i currently play is full of discordance.

  11. athling2001 says:

    Fantastic sentiment! Thanks.

  12. Beautiful music, very moving thoughts

  13. Betti says:

    Reblogged this on contentedcat and commented:
    Contentment lies behind both happiness and sadness if we keep in mind that both states are temporary.

  14. Betti says:

    beautiful composition!

  15. Naomina says:

    Do you know who said that? I really like it and I want to know. 🙂

  16. clanton1934 says:

    See my Zebra analogy in my blog on my 81 st birthday.

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