By FSX, 11-Mar-2013 22:49:00
March 10, 2013
Have you ever had the honour and privilege of seeing a true master at work? The other night a girlfriend of mine invited me to go and see a fiddle rock band. The name of the band, quite appropriately, was Fiddlestix and the lead in the band, was a guy by the name of Steve Bowen. He plays the electric violin. I had no expectation of what the band would sound like prior to entering the bar, however, as soon as Steve started playing, I knew I was in the presence of a master. I knew that I was witnessing something extraordinary, something truly special! This was not a time to take for granted, but one to truly revel in. This guy could play the violin like no one I had ever seen before. He played fast, he played slow, he played soft and he played hard. It was magical to watch. When the band took a break, I approached Steve and asked him how long he had been playing. He told me he had been playing the violin since the age of four. I was in the presence of a master. When is the last time you got to see at master at work? Was it an athlete, an artist, a speaker, a musician? Do you realize what it truly takes to be a master – the time, the passion, the dedication, the incredible heart and the soul? Are you a master? There are masters in all walks of life. If you ever have the honour and privilege to share time with one, realize what a true honour it is. "Only one who devotes himself to a cause with his whole strength & soul can be a true master. For this reason mastery demands all of a person" - Albert Einstein
Some people are masters in their field. They put their heart and soul into learning, practicing and perfecting their craft. To witness a master at work is truly a privilege and an honour in deed.
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