Bliss List 17


Since I was very little, I loved to sing. I used to make up very small songs and sing them. I sang a lot.

A day without a song, even, when I have been unable to sing seemed to be a wasted day.

I can’t say that I have a great voice. I have been told that it is a nice voice. I don’t know. Mostly that was told to me by people who loved me or by family, so they might have been just being nice. I doubt myself. I doubt them.

I don’t like my voice when I talk and I hear it being played back once recorded. I don’t know if I have a nice singing voice or not. I don’t listen to it. I don’t know if I am any good.

I wish I had as much bliss over my voice as I do about singing. I am working on that.

2 thoughts on “Bliss List 17

  1. Every person has the right to sing with his or her authentic voice, and when it is authentic, it is beautiful … from Randy Newman all the way to Joan Sutherland. Sing on, sing out. It’s beautiful if it’s yours.


    • Hi David,

      Thanks. I think that is part of the problem, I doubt how authentic it is. I guess what you are saying is if it is my voice and I am using it, then it is authentic. Thanks. I will remind myself of that.



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