I Miss Christmas

Sometimes we need to be reminded of our connection to the rest of humanity; we are all in this world together, and we should live each day with love and compassion.

You are listening to Vienna Teng, an Asian-American singer-songwriter who graduated with a degree in computer science from Stanford and decided to pursue a career in music instead. She has since released many best-selling albums and has been featured on programs like David Letterman and NPR’s Weekend Edition.

Her music is simply beautiful; both soothing and refreshing at the same time, it brings out her reflective and introspective nature. There are no overly-sexualized lyrics or nonsensical Lady Gaga “rarr rarr’s”. The lyrics are so incredibly human that they become surreal, blended in a perfect melodic unity. That’s what I call inspirational.


Posted on April 28, 2011, in Humanism, Music and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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