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Music as a hobby 3

I know someone that eat right, lives in the countryside, has enough money and resources to sustain herself and is athletic. She can’t play no more. Everything in her body hurts. Her joints have locked. I listened to her story. It can be summed up in one word: why? She got
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Music as a hobby 2

If you ask the musicians that are on auto-destruction mode to explain why they are on that mode, you enter a swamp. A huge swamp. Their story is long. It is complicated. Painful. Sad. Frustrating. It depends how far in their lethal path they are. But, usually, some very powerful
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Music as a hobby 1

I just did a long series on “Making peace with music” (Go check it, you won’t regret it. It’s full of surprises!). And I could have kept going and extend it. Write a whole book. But I didn’t want 20 sections on one subject. I believe that clarity
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Making peace with music part 8

Let’s tackle the “I’m too busy” argument. No, you’re not. I repeat: No, you are absolutely not. What you are is either bored, or disgusted or not interested, etc… These are emotions, not facts of life. You can have one busy week, maybe another
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Making peace with music part 7

One has to be aware of the obstacles one self creates. The most powerful motor I ever saw at work to stop a student from achieving his goals was his own brain. We are worried over little things. Nothing, really. Who cares if someone else learnt that exercise faster or slower?
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