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We rise by lifting others, says Sanat Sawant, a rising young musician from Mumbai

Activism and cultural emergence have triggered a big change in the music industry, making it a way to express your opinions, says the up-and-coming Gen-Z musical artist and producer.

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Over the years, music, in all its genres — from classical to rap — has had a lasting impact on generations of young minds. It has become both the voice of the people and a huge part of the changing perspectives on social issues in this era of developments. 

Sanat Sawant, a young musician from Mumbai, believes that cultural emergence and activism have triggered a major transformation in the music industry. It has become a field for entertainment as well as a way to express your opinions and spread them among the masses.

He also discussed altruism, saying that when we support others, people notice and are more likely to help us out when we need it too. When you are kind and helpful, good things happen. Not only does helping others feel good and help us build a community spirit, it encourages others to support us in return.

People are more likely to get joy from helping others if they are free to choose if and when they want to help, if they feel connected to the people they’re helping, and they can see how they are making a difference, he said.

One of the greatest responsibilities we have is to support ourselves and others in living at our highest and best. Whether we’re parents, partners, friends, or leaders, it’s our solemn duty as humans to help others live as close to their unique potential as possible. With everything we say and do, we’re influencing — positively or negatively — the people we care about. The ideal is to do this with consideration and intention.

We all suffer individual challenges and setbacks, but in serving others (perhaps those with greater setbacks than our own) we reconnect to the shared human experience. We realise that healing isn’t a personal gift from heaven but something that we all need and can approach with humility and love, he said.

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