We all have a daily routine that allows us to be able to give diversity a chance. Now i know what you're thinking, this is another speech about equality and giving anyone a shot, no. This is from the aspect of music, well i guess it is giving everyone a chance sort of thing but that's not the point. The point is, the music we choose and the amount of time we dedicate ourselves to certain types of artists or bands reflects who we hang out with or what happens in our lives. But if we open our minds to all these various types of music than we can all connect together as one and understand one another.
Don't get me wrong there are some twisted stuff out there when it comes to music, but i'm not going to influence what those choices are. Instead im going to allow whatever genre came into your head be the one thats twisted. But lets try to understand why its twisted, why do we think that way about certain things that we hear? Is it because of the tone of the music? Was it something our parents or enviorments discouraged? When you look at the bigger picture, it shows that very little of the music or things we choose in our life are from our actual own individual choice. In one form or another based on experience things happen because of how we were raised or how we were taught.
What I'm saying is, give diversity a chance. Live in the moment but at the same time ponder why you chose the life that you did. Question everything, even from something as simple as putting your phone on shuffle. Once you understand how your mind works on a subconscious level, than you can alter everything in your life. Even things that are to believe to be out of your reach.