Schedule Visits To One Place That Uplifted You When You Were Young

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I made a fabulous discovery today, October 19, 2014. I know I’ll never forget the feeling that rushed through me because I followed my intuition and allowed myself to spend a couple of hours sitting at an outside table on the West 4th side of The Riviera Café in Greenwich Village. I used to sit outside similar Greenwich Village restaurants in the 1950s with my Bensonhurst Jr. High and later my New Utrecht High School classmates, among them Sharon Spector (who later became my songwriting partner), Debbie Rib Deanna Newmark, Tony Settaducate, the late, Judy Simon, etc. and we’d pop into a little music room and see an act or two. Every once in a while my incredible uncle Arnie Horowitz, a beloved English teacher at New Utrecht High would join me to see a cabaret show and sometimes take my fantastic little sister, the late Susie Horowitz Hank, with us and we’d just breathe in the fall or spring air.

During those times in “The Village” as it’s called, I would feel my self-esteem grow and my love for humanity become enormous. I’m in The Village to see cabaret shows fairly often. The first show I got cast in was at The Village Players Guild. I got my six-year old son cast in the play too.

This morning I felt the need to allow my head to space out after having put together so many entertainments in the past two months. I knew I had a show to see (which, by the way was wonderful) at The Duplex in the Village. After attending an excellent Unity Service uptown, I headed to the Village to see a show I’d promised to see and, I must say, what was on my mind was, “I hope I get home early.”

The show turned out to be an hour and a half later than I’d thought and thought, “Oh no! I should have gone home and lied down!” Of course, had I done that I may have fallen asleep and missed one of the greatest afternoons I can remember.

I’ve been working on allowing “intuition” to talk to me. I could feel my mind gently say, let yourself relax in The Village for a couple of hours. “But I won’t get anything accomplished! I could hear my head say fighting back with my intuition. I’m so thankful I allowed “Intuition” to win out.

A wonderful fellow who lives down the hall from me happened to be walking past the restaurant and we had a great chat and then a fellow who has the same last name as mine and a friend of his passed by and it turned out they were going to see the same show I was! Then we somehow “got to talking” with a wonderful pair of fellows who were sitting at the table next to mine, who had moved to New York from Sidney. My friend, then said they had to make a stop and he’d save me a seat at the show so I would have time to finish my coffee. One of the new fellows from Sidney, who turned out to be a photographer, and I got into deep conversation. I made a new wonderful friend and reinforced old friendships just because I allowed myself to listen to intuition and allow myself a couple of hours in a place that brought my youthfulness right back to the fore.

I shall visit that spot every once in a while to help keep my spirit way up where it needs to be to be as creative as I want to keep being.

I intend to include this in the updated and retitled edition of my book about revealing the slim, strong star you truly are at age 50, 60, 70 and beyond. (Of course the same principals hold true when you’re 18 years old or any age. I’ve signed up with a publishing company that I’ve wanted to be with for a long while. I promise you’ll hear more about it. I intend to have my update to the company by Christmas at the latest.

 

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I highly suggest that you also treat yourself to going to shows and concerts, etc. in venues that raised your spirit when you were a teen or even pre-teen. I’m fortunate that the spaces I went to were in New York. Sadly, many of the great entertainment rooms are no longer with us. However, if you were a New Yorker as a child you can probably find a venue or too that are similar to those that existed in your youth. If there were no venues in your hometown, you probably were taken, when you were young, to at least a couple of venues in the cities that were closest to where you lived.

Most towns were wise enough to have a venue or two fairly close by. I believe that musical entertainment developed due to an inner knowing that the vibration of music has healing properties.

I can’t think of a culture or spiritual group that never had music. Long before people from certain areas of the planet could communicate with people from other areas of the planet, each group of humans seemed to have developed music. It appears to me to be a natural part of life.

To remain youthful in spirit and healthy I highly suggest that you find venues to go to in which you can attend live musical presentations. If your town doesn’t have a musical venue, why don’t you find a group and raise funds to establish such a venue in your hometown. Also, check out towns near you.

If you visit New York You can check cabaret listings in e.g., “Cabaret Scenes”. You can find it online at: http://cabaretscenes.org.

By the way you’ll see the flyer for “Bobbie Horowitz Strikes Accord” still on it.

I find something special about small music rooms. While the talent level might vary, you’ll get to meet the performers. You can check for reviews for performers online.

 

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I highly suggest that you also treat yourself to going to shows and concerts, etc. in venues that raised your spirit when you were a teen or even pre-teen. I’m fortunate that the spaces I went to were in New York. Sadly, many of the great entertainment rooms are no longer with us. However, if you were a New Yorker as a child you can probably find a venue or too that are similar to those that existed in your youth. If there were no venues in your hometown, you probably were taken, when you were young, to at least a couple of venues in the cities that were closest to where you lived.

 Most towns were wise enough to have a venue or two fairly close by. I believe that musical entertainment developed due to an inner knowing that the vibration of music has healing properties.

I can’t think of a culture or spiritual group that never had music. Long before people from certain areas of the planet could communicate with people from other areas of the planet, each group of humans seemed to have developed music. It appears to me to be a natural part of life.

To remain youthful in spirit and healthy I highly suggest that you find venues to go to in which you can attend live musical presentations. If your town doesn’t have a musical venue, why don’t you find a group and raise funds to establish such a venue in your hometown. Also, check out towns near you.

If you visit New York You can check cabaret listings in e.g., “Cabaret Scenes”. You can find it online at: http://cabaretscenes.org.

By the way you’ll see the flyer for “Bobbie Horowitz Strikes Accord” still on it.

I find something special about small music rooms. While the talent level might vary, you’ll get to meet the performers. You can check for reviews for performers online.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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