Goosebumps and spectacles
Last updated 3/4/2020 at 2:08pm
The word spectacle is derived from the word spectacular. How does one know you are witnessing a spectacle? Easy, first and foremost you should feel a chill or goosebumps. That is your body telling you that you are seeing something special. Something you don’t normally see.
Here are some examples of things that always give me goosebumps.
• Rock and Roll Concerts: A good concert is certainly loud. And if the band is any good at all, the rhythm gets into your bones such that you have a difficult time standing still. Just watch the Beach Boys during their Live Aid appearance – with over a...