Here’s what my voice wants to voice about “Voices” today:
- I’m trying out for The Voice in New York City this weekend.
- When I’m in New York, I shall hear the familiar voice of my son Aaron and also the new voice of a blogger whose voice I cherish on WordPress.
- 49 beautiful voices were silenced, too soon, by gunfire in Orlando last weekend.
- This week, I’ve heard many voices in therapy discussing the mass shooting in Orlando.
- Many voices joined together on the U.S. Senate floor yesterday, crying out against gun policies in my country.
- On September 21, I’m having open heart surgery in Minnesota, which will most likely interrupt my voice here on WordPress. However, my boyfriend Michael’s voice will continue my unbroken streak of what will then be over thirteen hundred consecutive daily blog voicings.
- Today, there will be a phone call containing the voices of my long-time cardiologist Dr. Deeb Salem and the Mayo Clinic cardiologist Dr. Carole Warnes — both of whom hold my heart in their hands.
- Yesterday, I heard Dr. Salem’s voice say this at Boston’s Tufts Medical Center: “You’ll feel like you’ve been hit by a truck” after September’s valve replacement surgery — a voicing I appreciate much more than all the voices I’ve heard lately downplaying how invasive this operation actually is.
- Sometimes I’ve judged my own voice as too soft, too loud, not strong enough and not good enough. I feel more secure in my own voice, every day.
- Judgment squelches voices.
- I value authentic voices.
Yesterday, I heard many voices at two different hospitals, near Fenway Park, and at a PetSmart. Can you hear any of those voices in my photos?
Do any of those voices resonate with you, here and now?
WTF! I hope I hear many of your voices in comments about my blogging voice today.
I shall now voice my gratitude towards all those who helped me bring together all the voices in this post and to you — of course! –for your valuable, authentic voice.