A bit of a warning. If you don't commit to watching the TED talk below you will miss out on something unique and special. When I am writing on the weekend I usually bring my glass of freshly brewed ice tea into my office, set the Bose to my favorite classical music station, and close the door.
My father died from Alzheimer's Disease years ago but lives on in his legacy of classical music appreciation. He played the stand-up bass in orchestras and studied on and off for much of his relatively long life. It doesn't take much to bring me to tears when I hear Schubert or other pieces he would play or listen to throughout my young life. Spoil alert Chopin Prelude in E minor will destroy you--but it is worth the listen.
Here are highlights that I hope you will remember as you enjoy your day.
1. Create shiny eyes...be passionate about something
2. Follow your passion by creating "one butt playing"!--if you skipped the video you have now arched your eyebrow and entered into the "deceptive cadence"...
3. Learn to love classical music. Don't let it be the second-hand smoke that filters in--go pursue it
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