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No, this is not a repeat of the 1965 Bill Cosby routine (for those of you old enough to remember!)
Oh and for those of you not old enough to remember, here’s the Youtube version:
Now that is over, Why IS there air?
Words, words, words.
Musing. Just listened to the album again. Kindergarten has changed!
My wife tells the story of the “favorite” gift I have given her. It is the stars. She’ll be the first to admit each little observation I shared was not always completely appreciated at the moment. (Mostly because the occurred during the long walk to the front door while I had custody of the house keys.) Over time, her interest grew. Then her curiosity grew. Then, as she tells it, she never felt far from me because the stars were always “ours”. Forever there.
Her favorite is Alberio.
The point is, don’t be hesitant to share your passion with people even if they do not seem to understand at first. Be gentle. Be patient. Be tenacious. And know that sometimes the difference you make in other people’s lives will not be readily apparent.