I understand better and better that we humans are somewhat tied to everything that lives. Everything is a creation. Whether we are talking about a field of flowers or work colleagues, about a painting or a musical creation, there is a way for each of us, regardless of our field of activity, to connect and collaborate with this creation. Of course, at the age of 5, when I started singing, I was not thinking about these things, but by living with a partner as strong as music, I managed to experience many mysteries of life. I have seen that many famous personalities in the music field somehow separate their personal career life from what they present on the stage during the artistic act. I could never do this. I knew I was one and the same, anytime, anywhere. The one parents and brothers know, the one people in the city know, and the more that God knows, bad and good. I have never encouraged my foolishness to do that, because anything that deviates from humility and reality is one thing that can put our soul in great danger. Elvis Presley is singing: "It's one for the money, two for the show, three to get ready, now go, cat, go." The reality is that not only today but also in the past is playing a lot for money and show. There is nothing wrong with making money or having fun.
But somehow we have come to a place where creation is no longer the symbol of soul and beauty, but the engine of money and affirmation.
But as long as it keeps me, I try to live singing and singing. Let me stay close to everything that reminds me of the image of creation in the Creator's hand. Let's stay close to music, as it was meant to protect us, not to rob us. At least I understand the music. The last song I started working on is about the topic we are writing about above: "It's one for the money, two for the show, three to get ready, but where do we go? One for the money, two for the show, but the music was for the soul. Be careful little feet where you stand on, be careful little eyes what kind of things are you looking for, be careful little mouth what you sing for. “