Tears of The Pearl
I dedicated this improvisation to the musicians who have been suffering because of the pandemic and governments’ actions against the musicians during the pandemic. I hope everything will be fine again, soon
A darkness passed through our hearts.
A pain has passed, great.
We are closed inside us. We faded.
We are broken from our strongest places.
This despair is a burden to all of us.
Come let’s lighten this burden.
We are all children of the world yesterday, now and tomorrow.
Our destinies based on the light within each other.
Maybe the light is still faint.
Some of us still have an instrument hook, some of us mute.
Some of us opened their flowers, some of us are a little sluggish.
Look see, believe, we will pass this too.
There is hope, look.
There is goodness. Goodness is awakening now.
Every day has a healing. We have wishes, we have dreams, we have works to be done. The most beautiful place of life begins now.
Come let’s shine again!
The town, the arms and the heart into which you are born is your oyster shell.
Deep un der the sea, you hear the sound of the waves; here the sea being your life, and the waves your days.
From one shore to another, from tempest to tempest and from a moon-lit haven to another… Inside the eternal universe of this oyster shell, which seems to be tiny, you wrap yourself in the tinsel blanket of memories. Inside this oyster shell, you, a granule of sand, transform into a lunar piece; while the sand is your childhood and your most radiant state is your youth. The oyster sings to the sea, and you hear that song with all your existence, dreaming of swimming out of that oyster shell and facing your own reflection on the surface of the sea.
You are the one who is closest to yourself.
Who can understand you better than you?
Who can understand me better than me?
Here, with my music, I tried to tell how my 35-year-long journey transformed me from a granule of sand into a pearl.
May everybody in this life find out who they are, and see their pearls within…