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Week Nine Year of Dance, Musicians

Welcome to week nine of the year of Dance 2013. This week we feature musicians sitting on a park bench. One musicians plays and the other watches intently. Could it be that Ms. Dance is showing the passing of the craft to the younger from the elder? It certainly does appear to be so. We must all learn our craft and who is qualified to transfer that knowledge better than one who has mastered said craft? Who is better prepared to receive that knowledge than the one who is ready willing and able to do so? We here at Edmonds Gallery wish the best to all who strive to do just that.

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Eddie Edmonds on Tuesday, January 06, 2015 9:08 PM
Glad you liked the post concerning the musicians. Music is indeed important and deserves a primary place in our lives regardless of the exact type of music. The important thing about music is that we enjoy it ourselves. Thank you for your kind response to the post Musicians, you see that music is very important to me. May the Lord God bless you and keep you. It is never to late to learn to pay from your heart.


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