Series: Along the Way... | Story 6

A friend is taking music lessons from a talented teacher. She’s in Japan, he’s in New York. That, by itself, is utterly astonishing to many of us older folks. She assigned him a piece of music which he thinks is too difficult for him. In encouragement she told him she wants him to relate to the music, not the individual notes. He’s focusing on trying to get the notes right. She’s telling him to get out of his own way and play the music.

We’ve all had moments when we did something exceedingly well without thinking about it. Perhaps, the intricate dinner just came together perfectly...

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