Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Intentions

This guy is very insightful. "If your intentions are to impress people or to get the big applause at the end," he says, "then you are taking, not giving." I think we should be more aware of the intentions of the things around us. That will help us be aware of the intentions within us. Using that knowledge we can ensure we are working together and moving forward together, for if we have the same intentions we will be far more cohesive and effective.


4 comments:

  1. This guy is amazing with his fingers. I wish I would have stuck to piano playing when I was younger so I could have become an amazing piano player, and I also wish i would have learned guitar. People who play the guitar are talented people. He has a very important message. He sings about his past and what he used to do. His message was to stop and appreciate the little things and not worry about things. That we need to push forward and not get stuck in the past.

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  2. I totally agree Haley. And don't give up on piano. You can always come back to it. You might find it to be a great release in college.

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  3. Well the first reason I decided to watch this one was because I saw he was playing the piano and I love listening to music, some music more than others but overall, I like most of it. Now, I do really like the message he tries to convey to us in his songs and what he says. We should all try to give a little more compared to taking more. One more thing, I really wish that I knew how to play the piano. It is something I have wanted to do for quite some time now, but being in high school I do not think that I have a whole lot of time to learn how to so I never have

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  4. It's beautiful how he conveys the world though his eyes through his fingers and his mouth, how he can show you his meaning of the world through his body, how he can make you feel, how he can put emotions into you with a few lines and music, he is an artist, because he can make us feel, without having to force us to feel.

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