Wednesday, June 02, 2010

Amazing Grace

I've always loved church hymns. I think it may have to do with the fact that I was a regular chapel goer during my school days. 


In case you were wondering, I'm very much a Hindu. But due to my heritage, we offer incense and lotus to Buddha and I am also passably well-versed in many things Islam because I have quite a few close Muslim friends. I honestly don't bother about other people's religious beliefs. I'm inclined to think that it's between them and God but more than one person has questioned outright what religion I belong to and though I think it's none of their business, I thought I'd take this opportunity to explain it anyway. 


I'm aware of the Buddhism being a teaching, but I don't know why I personally feel it's a religion of sorts, at least back home.

Enjoy the clip. Watch her expressions. That and her voice gives me a warm fuzzy feeling inside :)

Her voice adds a whole different depth to the song. God bless her.

12 comments:

rainfield61 said...

A sweet little girl with sweet voice.

I enjoy the song very much.

Me-shak said...

I wish i could say that to people who ask that question, but sadly I blabber something else instead:( Love this song,the last verse was actually removed from the song and recently this christian artist name Chris Tomlin did a great version of the song. Check it out on you tube :D
Looking forward for more from you.

Cheers!

pixelshots said...

your blog has variety in subjects

photo blog

elephant-pics

Gadgetgirl said...

that was naice.

:)

Ram said...

nice girl with nice voice..

Chavie said...

wow, what a voice! :D

And I love your outlook on the whole religion thing. :)

Loshini said...

Rainfield:
I think so too

Me-shak:
Haha, easier blogged about than said but I get this race-religion thing pretty often, what can I say? Experience :)

I checked him out. Pretty decent. His other songs are kinda nice as well :D

pixelshots:
Haha, yeah, it does... it's a bit chaotic, but I like it this way :)

Thanks for dropping by!

GG:
Glad you liked it :D

Ram:
Yeah, her voice control amazes me!

Chavie:
Couldn't agree more. The power and emotion is kinda amazing, no?

Haha, and the outlook on the religion is unintentional... think bloodlines and the society i grew up in :)

Kirigalpoththa said...

very sweet!

Loshini said...

K:
Yep, she is!

Chriz said...

i love this meaning ful song.. and this little babe rocked this one with an amazing rendition. God bless her voice and her soul..

thanks Loshini for spending time with me on my page.. keep coming.. God bless

Mei Teng said...

Amazing Grace reminds me of God's grace without which I would not be where I am today. There's a story behind this song and a movie was made about it sometime last year or so.

Loshini said...

Chriz:
Yeah, her voice is really moving :)

No prob, i totally enjoy your blog. The humour's very light

Thanks for dropping by...

Mei Teng:
The words of the song's beautiful :) And that movie... Chris Tomlin, mentioned by Me-shak, sang the soundtrack for it.