I know my priorities and I meet them.
I am harmony. I am composed of different elements and every musical not e of my life has its appropriate importance. None of them can have equal significance, for if they did, there would be noise and no melody in my life at all.
I am harmony. Every aspect of my life takes a proportionate share of my time and energy. I do not fret and fume about balancing my resources in order to see that each department gets an identical amount. I realize that harmony is all about knowing priorities and meeting them. Only then do I create a timeless symphony.
I am harmony. Every person I meet sings a different song and I appreciate it. Since I know it, I accompany his or her tune and add a note to it. Thus I will contribute to the album of brotherhood.
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Harmony, proportion, symmetry, balance: these nouns mean aesthetic arrangement marked by proper distribution of elements. Harmony is the pleasing interaction or appropriate combination of elements: the harmony of your facial features. Proportion is the agreeable relation of parts within a whole: a house with rooms of gracious proportion. Symmetry and balance both imply an arrangement of parts on either side of a dividing line, but symmetry frequently emphasizes mirror-image correspondence of parts, while balance often suggests dissimilar parts that offset each other harmoniously: flowers planted in perfect symmetry around the pool.“In all perfectly beautiful objects, there is found the opposition of one part to another, and a reciprocal balance” (John Ruskin). – Answers.com
(Speaking on Harmony) We all know someone who has all their financial ducks in a row—a real go-getter with a flourishing business and an impressive portfolio—whose personal life is in shambles. There’s no one to share their success with, or their “life partner” is someone they don’t even know anymore. In one area of life, this superstar earns rave reviews, yet in another area, they’re hurting bad! – healthygreenmoms
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Think of a scale. In perfect balance, nothing’s happening. There’s no dynamism, no life or vibrancy. Now, think of a jazz band in action—the life and vibrancy are palpable, aren’t they? The performers in this band have less to do with playing the melody as written and more to do with improvising. They give life to nuance and the music takes shape in the moment. That’s harmony. The different parts aren’t balanced—sometimes the saxophone leads. Sometimes it’s the bass, or the drum or lead guitar. Whatever instrument is out in front at the moment, they’re all contributing, all creating that amazing thing called music. Each musician plays his part of a magical, magnificent whole. James Ray
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