hey, i am an nri. i was born in america. sadly, india is progressing towards a western state. but luckily, this is only on the surface. the rich values of spirituality, philosophy, love, music, and many more still remain untouched. i'm not sure if i'm that 'indian' persay. but i know that as a philosophy student, not even a few works can compare to the depth, brilliance, and pedagogy of vashista. i don't think any instrument can rival the emotional potential of a sitar -- and so on.
i'm sorry i missed the 5th and 6th lines and that i sing soft like i haven't woken up. i thought a soft feel was nice for this song -- maybe i'll re-record soon. i usually only sing loud when it's a tenorish sound [high notes] like sublime's santeria which i do for acapella.
if there is a gap between the finite (us) and the infinite, music at least makes one believe not only that there is an infinite, but that he can reach it -- for he can feel it. fire, bliss, and conviction are the plants arising from seeds of music. music is a beautiful, beautiful thing.