Jul 5, 2011

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Song of the Week: Independence Day Edition – “Firework” by Katy Perry

Song of the Week: Independence Day Edition – “Firework” by Katy Perry

Happy Belated 4th of July!  (Please excuse the lateness of this post.  I’m having a wonderful time visiting with my family in Dallas, Texas, and they are distracting me from my blog! lol)

The 4th of July is set aside to celebrate our independence as a country.  Freedom is a beautiful thing, collectively and individually.  The freedom to be exactly who you are, no matter the situation or company, is the best freedom of all.

Speaking of that individual and powerful freedom, Katy Perry’s “Firework” is the perfect song of encouragement to let your own personal freedom ring.  Anytime you feel bound by other people’s expectations or judgments of you, or mistreatment of any kind, free yourself by remembering these principles…

Be free to be yourself

Don’t let others dim your natural light

Believe in yourself

Cherish your uniqueness

Own your greatness

Believe in your beauty

And tune into Katy Perry’s inspiring lyrics…

“You just gotta ignite the light and let it shine

Just own the night like the 4th of July

Cause baby you’re a firework

Come on show ‘em what you’re worth…”

Enjoy this great song as you now reminisce about the great fireworks you witnessed yesterday and think of your own light shining just as bright…

Add this song to your playlist for fireworks anytime of the year:

Share your thoughts in the comments: What did you do for the fourth?  How do you express your personal freedom to be who you are?

Peace, Love & Music,

~Alexis~

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