(Reflection)Adventure in VA: the majority of the lady and men folk I met can sing all day. I found a "family" in the community of passionate singers (that was my gift) like myself.
Yet, sometimes when us singers get together
it feels more like a competition and some days in my time there that's
what it felt like. Competition, Favoritism, and Jealousy. When I'm in a
choir I'm there to learn. Even if I'm
not that passionate about the song. I enjoy learning it anyway, because
there is always something NEW you can take from something unfavorable.
A part of me didn't feel that I had any room to spread my "singing
wings." I wanted to much to do more. My spirit was always calling to serve, but as soon as I would get up enough courage to say something about that, then someone else had already taken the "position" or the position was already given to someone else out of favoritism.
Please, don't get me wrong I love to sing, any music that can be used to edify God, encourage or inspire another life to do better in their own I'm all for. But, favoritism. I'm not for that. How do you know that someone else isn't more qualified for the position? You never even gave them a chance.
But on another note:
I met a young lady and man who both have excellent classical
voices. When I discovered that they could sing like that, I almost
choked on my own happiness. lol Wow! people that like classical music
like me! Cool! haha
It was a "learning" experience. But, more
than that I learned that in order to lead you have to be able to follow
and take instruction. You can't be a leader and think you know it all,
because God will end up showing you a thing or two that just might blow