Lindsey Buckingham Once Said…

Lindsey Adams Buckingham was born on October 3, 1949. Lindsey is an American singer, songwriter, and producer. He was lead guitarist, songwriter, singer in Fleetwood Mac along with Stevie Nicks, Christine McVie, John McVie and Mick Fleetwood from 1975 to 1987 and 1997 to 2018.

I also learned to be more confident, to trust my instincts more. – Lindsey Buckingham

I’m not sure what Lindsey was exactly speaking of but I assume it has something to do with the time he was with Fleetwood Mac. Anytime you’re with someone for a certain amount of time and depending on what you go through together it shapes you. It can make you more confident and when one goes through trauma or heartbreak it also make you trust your gut instincts. We’re usually given plenty of warnings in life when things aren’t quite right and sadly more often than not if we ignore those signs they end up being the things that end up haunting us or making us feel regret. What one needs to do with the anguish and trauma is see more, remember what you felt and look at those signs, memorize them so you become more aware of the signs.

I lost my power in the world because I did not use it. – Lindsey Buckingham

When one doesn’t assert ones self you might notice that your power diminishes and that’s when we often feel powerless in life. The less we use of it the less we have. We don’t always need to have all the power but to be able to share in the experience. One shouldn’t feel like they’re been cast aside, forgotten… many have the desire to be remembered. I know I do and that’s part of why I started writing. I want to connect and want to help and be remembered.

Don’t Stop (thinking about tomorrow) – Fleetwood Mac