They are stronger because of what they carry.
It’s an interesting attribute, consistently evolving to withstand your own nature. And what a nature in her soul, and such a tough body to handle it’s force.
I wonder about evolution and early humans. I wonder if there were subspecies that went extinct because they never learned to scream, because, perhaps, they never needed to. And if they had not gone extinct, if they had, in fact, passed on a life that doesn’t require screaming, would we be able to sing like we do?
Throughout evolution are we sharpening our vocal chords on screams or songs? Is there a difference?
After listening to Julien Baker I don’t want there to be. I don’t need there to be.
I‘d hate to hear a loved one scream, and love to hear one sing. Though when they do it’s all the same chords, they’re pressed as hard as possible. Is our volume just a measure of our ancestors exclamations?
I’m glad we screamed, back when we needed to, just so Julien Baker can sing the way she does. It’s probably so I can feel like I’m screaming too, like our ancestors did, back when they turned and probably smiled anytime someone was singing.