Lincoln Center

on May 12th, 2013 by - Comments Off on Lincoln Center

Be and act in life without support and without assurances can be a wonderful game and at the same time it can be scary, it is the opposite of the game. Enter into the unknown can lead us to the delight, to self-realization, and it can also bring disappointments and suffering. But it is more rewarding to pay prices for something that satisfies us rather than by something that bitter us life. It is better to pay for a candy that by sucking on a nail. Prices We will always pay for in life, be aware or not, whether we like it or not, always have consequences for our actions.

So, do is not better to assume the consequences of actions that connect us with what most large us that those who immerse us in mediocrity and routine? To start this way, are the emotions that will serve as a springboard to make that leap you’re looking for. It is not the rational mind or elaborate thoughts that allow you to start a new stage. The heart is when let out to gallop naked. I would like to dismiss me by giving you this true story, which I hope will be a source of inspiration to your sleeping muses: l 18 November 1994, the violinist Itzhak Perlman came to the stage to give a concert at the Lincoln Center in New York. Reach the stage is not a small achievement for him, since he had polio when he was a boy; for that reason it has both very weak legs and walks with the aid of two crutches. See him crossing the stage, is an amazing vision. He walks up to his chair, sits, puts his crutches on the floor, loosen fasteners of your legs, takes one foot backwards and extends the other forward, is inclined to lift the violin, puts it under his cheek, and finally makes a signal to the director to begin playing.

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