Charleston, SC (PRWEB) November 06, 2012
November 6, 2012, My Positive Perspective aired an episode that featured special guest Estee Gabay. Gabay is a musician here in Charleston whose is playing at a show at the Pour House on Saturday, November 10. She will be one of several musicians playing at this venue. Gabay will be playing songs from her recently released album titled “Green”. When asked about the creation of the songs, she says, “I wrote most of the songs as a way to inspire myself in a positive frame of mind.”
My Positive Perspective host Jason Deierlein firmly believes in the power of music and its ability to keep your self confidence because it gives you the opportunity to express yourself. Deierlein comments, “Just like I wrote Return From a Comatose Mind so I could express my life, Estee produces music that allows her to express her struggles and successes with her life.” Deierlein further elaborates, “Much of the time for people in the entertainment field, the challenge of communicating and delivering our messages is what makes it so rewarding when we do have the opportunity to showcase our talents.”
One song off the “Green” album, Smile Pretty, features the lyrics, “Smile for the breath of life, the birds and the bees, and the way of life.” Those lyrics have a great ring to them because “in a way, she is saying she understands that you don’t even have to have a reason to be happy and smile.” That message is one everyone should remember. We always have something to be thankful for, and that fact helps us in times of trouble. The second we start taking things for granted is when we quit realizing how great life really is.
My Positive Perspective is an internet talk show created for the purposes of overcoming adversity. We educate and inspire in many different ways and talk about different types of obstacles, but the ultimate goal of this business is to spread positively and strengthen wherever there is a weakness or tragedy to overcome. I myself survived a car accident, coma, and painful rehabilitation. I consider myself lucky to be here and providing the public with this free service. This company is kind of my gift to myself for achieving. The one thing you never lose after surviving a tragedy is desire to help. Don’t be afraid to go!