Practicing

“Never practice more than three or four hours a day.  No one can concentrate longer than that, and you must spend the rest of your time learning about life and love and art and all the other wonderful things in the world.  If a young person sits in the practice room all day, what can he possibly have to express in his music?” – Arthur Rubinstein

Sage advice from a master.  Imagine a world where we all took time to actually enjoy life.  If we took time to see the beauty around us, had the energy to support those we love without ourselves feeling overtaxed, spent time enjoying each other… In other words, imagine a world where we were truly engaged in the act of living instead of simply “doing”.

Are you willing to work toward a life fully lived?  I am.

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