This is really inspiring. I feel the exact same way and share the same feelings about it as Hamilton. My friends always make fun of me or at least did because I never listened to music I just didn’t like it, but my best friend introduced me to Hamilton and now I listen to it literally every day, have learned all the words, and it’s my favorite thing to listen to. So Lin has honestly made the first music that I actually enjoy listening to. I really don’t think Lin would ever see this, but if he does and if any of you can make it possible for him to see this, I just wanted to say thank you Lin for making music, the only music, that I actually enjoy, that I love, and listen to everyday of my life with a passion. You have truly changed my life with your talent. Thank you.
As a tribute to a beautiful woman and as a monument for enduring love, the Taj Mahal reveals its subtleties when one visits it without being in a hurry. The rectangular base of the Taj Mahal is in itself symbolic of the different sides from which to view a beautiful woman. The main gate is like a veil to a woman’s face that should be lifted delicately, gently, and without haste on the wedding night. In my tradition, the veil is lifted gently to reveal the beauty of the bride. As one stands inside the main gate of the Taj Mahal, his eyes are directed to an arch that frames the Taj Mahal. The dome is made of white marble and the background works its magic colors. The colors change at different hours of the day. It sparkles in the moonlight when the light hits the white marble and catches the glow of the moon. The reflections of light seem to depict the different moods of the woman.