31 May, 2012 in Life | 4 Comments
1 – That it’s a 3.5 million dollar violin, makes absolutely no difference. You can’t see it on it, and you can’t hear it.
2 – He is playing in a noisy place, and people walk by, and only hear a glimpse of the music. It could just as well have been any regular street musician, on any cheap violin, that would have sounded pretty much the same.
The proper conclusion is, being world famous and using a 3.5 million dollar instrument does not make you special. Only when you go on a stage, and people are told that you are special, then people will pay a fortune to see it. It shows that people people will think you are good, if they were told that you are good.
Looking at the previous comments… This is why we can’t have nice things :/
This proves, IMO, not only that we are missing beautiful things in every day life, but moreso that someone who appears to be “homeless” (IE playing music for change on a busy street) is sure as hell not as worthy of attention as someone who is making it big.
And also that people are blind.
Pete, you didnt get the point. Mostly you’re saying that people can’t have opinions by themselves. and yeah, you’re wrong.
Listen a little bit more
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