living art gallery Paintings and Egyptian sculptures seen in tombs declare that the majority of the musicians were female. These female groups would frequently perform at banquets and festivities often combined with dancers. The instruments almost daily included flutes, drums, lyres, harps and lutes. Egyptian statues depict Hathor, the goddess of music, holding a rattle-like instrument referred to as the sistrum. Those who worshipped Hathor were frequently treated to performances by female musicians at the temple. Personally I love to multitask, because I worry about wasting time. I often exercise when I'm on the phone (well should it be suitable for Madonna you will want to me?), I write letters making phone calls when I'm cooking and I often attempt to write 4 to 5 articles simultaneously, whilst taking phone calls, scheduling tweets and conversing with my better half. I drive him mad but I've done it for decades and a tough habit to destroy. However, I am aware that it isn't just the most efficient means of working. Furthermore, your ATTACHMENT to where, when and how our reality SHOULD manifest actually prevents us from achieving or manifesting our intentions. When we can practice embodying our NEW reality with every molecule individuals being, we start to attract all those things we wish - the attractant being the vibration of love and compassion.