Universal Change

Scholarship Entrant: HAMADI from CHICAGO, Illinois
Essay Question: If you could earn a living doing what you love most, what would it be, and how would it change the world? Describe the specific goals you would set to make that dream a reality.
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If I could earn a living doing what I love most, it would be to combining science, mathematics and music to change the outlook of the world. As the world is looked at today, it is filled with war, hate and crimes that are constantly setting us back. When life is viewed as a whole, the planet has something very vital in common and that is vibrations. Why is this vibration important? The answer to this very question can bring a balance to an imbalanced existence.
Mathematics, science and music are universal. No matter what language or dialect is spoken, these subjects can be understood by all. For example, 1+1=2, gravity is experienced everyday by all creatures and the song of a bird will be heard by all the same. What tie all of these things together are the vibrations in the air. A person’s very thought is a vibration that travels through air waves and that vibration is processed through the brain causing the brain to act on the body, bringing that thought into something tangible.
My goal is to learn the measurements of vibrations and how each vibration functions in the human mind. By learning this, one would be able to decipher good thoughts or vibrations from the bad and put it in to song or music form for a pleasurable experience. These vibrations in music set across the world would unconsciously change the thinking of people, from the depths of the poorest neighbourhood to your richest politician.

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