What I love about playing music is, virtuosity isn’t necessarily relevant for getting what you want across.
Because a song is something that’s felt long before it’s heard and seen and touched and understood and evaluated.
And so, whether your music is bad or average or good or great or even amazing, isn’t the point. Because emotion trumps talent. Feeling arrives at the scene first, before the audience has a chance to engage their intellect.
Isn’t that beautiful? Isn’t that just a barrage of heaven being unleashed on earth?
What a glorious relief. The knowledge that being virtuous is profoundly overrated.
Now you can just focus on being honest, not being good.
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That Guy with the Nametag
Author. Speaker. Strategist. Inventor. Filmmaker. Publisher. Songwriter.
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