Stevie Knicks shared a recent publication of the magazine, which mainly describes how many of us feel during the COVID-19 pandemic, which took more than 660,000 lives worldwide, today in the United States more than 150,000 deaths, and cases continue grow. As scientists and other health experts emphasize helping to prevent the deadly tide, Knicks urges everyone to “wear a mask and stay in,” as well as address the emotional ups and downs that many music and concert lovers may associate with. follow health recommendations. in these isolated times, causing insomnia.
In her July 17 magazine, which she shared on Wednesday via Twitter, she mentions “Our Home” by Crosby, Steeles, Nash and Young and “Wild Horses”; by the Rolling Stones. She writes a recording when she is not yet asleep at 6:50 a.m. and listens to music that makes her happy. “I feel a little euphoric and inspired to be alive and you can still feel young and safe here,” she writes. However, the “goodness” she feels is fleeting, explaining that her hopes are dashed early in the morning as she reads the news of the day.
“If everyone could just put on a mask and linger as long as possible, you could find this magical place I found early in the morning when everyone is asleep,” she continues.
“In order for us all to return to our former lives, we must become spiritual warriors. We must make our mission to fight the virus; otherwise there is nothing left, ”she added, noting that there was no way to“ rewind ”and stressed the need to take immediate precautionary measures for the future. “I want to get back on the road. I want to sing for you again. I want to wear these high black suede platform boots and dance for you again. I want you to forget the world and sing with me.
“Please don’t leave this world,” she urges. “Please do not surrender to humanity and let this virus win this war. This is now from us. “
From my magazine… pic.twitter.com/SJcBkXrdYJ
– Stevie Knicks (@StevieNicks) on July 29, 2020