I believe so. It’s one reason I have yet to buy an IPod, download songs and put them on a playlist. I love the random cosmic convergence that seems to happen by just turning on the radio dial. When I’m having a bad day one of my secret, relatively obscure “feel good” songs inevitably hits the airwaves just in time to make me smile when I need it most.
Case in point: I love the song “Oh Black Water” by the Doobie Brothers and used the famous refrain once as the title to a blog post 6 years ago (that actually had nothing to do with the song/band) . Here’s the funny coinkydink that tells me someone is sending me coded “I love you” messages through the radio. Not less than one hour ago I mentioned - totally out of the blue - in an online community I frequent how that very post is #2 on Google search if you type in the lyrics to the refrain. Then, JUST NOW - not 5 minutes ago - I heard the Doobie Brothers performing THAT VERY SONG live on KINK in their new performance lounge. I guess they’re in town for a concert.
Is it worth having to listen to the annoying car dealership commercials? Maybe not. But think about it..... the consensus of astronomers is that if there is life OUT THERE circling far distant suns we will probably find them first via radiowaves. Thjat's where we're looking. In every good sci-fi movie the aliens start messing with the radiowaves. I don't think it's so outrageous to think that higher life forms, beings, guardian angels (whatever you want to call them) may use them to communicate with me, personally. Or maybe it's just the way we humans "tune in" to our collective subconscious. In the old days they found omens in entrails and bones from the firepit. Later tea leaves in cups. Why not radio?