Thursday, August 14, 2008

Music and Age

The musician too often convinces himself that at the age of eighteen or twenty-two or. . . his decision is irreversible and has lifelong implications. This is not true. If he follows his own inclinations and tries, he will be moving toward the realization of a goal. This movement is important because it is a positive attempt to move forward. It is not the crippling inertia caused by indecision. It is never too late to change directions and to reshape goals. It only takes courage and effort to do it.

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