Finding the Music in You
“I’d love to sing, play the piano, write a novel, paint, dance but it’s too late to learn”
There was a time when the average human lifespan was 35, in those days, your late 20s may have been too late to start something so ambitious and be truly great.
but if you are under 40, you still have (on average) about half your life left.
If there are people your age doing amazing things, you have as much time as they’ve taken to become great to become great yourself.
And if you’re older, you have so much more experience and knowledge and resources to bring to bear on what you want to achieve. An 84 year old man recently climbed Everest, what are you doing lately?
The thing is, technique, the actual physical mechanics of doing whatever it is you want to do, is not that complicated in any field.
Even the most complex fields can be mastered technically in a matter of a few years.
The trick is the art.
The “music” of whatever you do.
Einstein wasn’t great because he was better at math and physics than his peers, but because he had a vision for beauty and art in what he did, and while many were searching for complex explanations of natural phenomena, old Al saw that the universe was beautiful, and any explanations must be beautiful as well, he knew that a solution wasn’t quite right until it was beautiful in it’s simplicity and form.
Find your beauty.
Find in your eye and ear and heart that unique perspective on the world.
Then find the medium to express it in.
We need to see what you see, hear what you hear, share in your beauty and art.
We need your music.