We can never draw a good comparison between the artificial and natural. Click To Tweet
Someone once wrote on Facebook that a popular pianist got as far as he did because his dad made him do it. I try to respect the opinions of others, but this tends towards strange.
If said pianist was successful – and he was – and satisfied, what made him stay long hours practicing? What made him stay committed and in love with the profession?
I’ll be frank with this: Hardly can a parent make a child do something for so long (force being implied here) but we can say that the parents’ influence can support it; the parents’ influence being a contributory factor.
First off, it’s the passion, the love, the romance with that piano. Nothing else. We can never draw a good comparison between the artificial and natural.
If you’ve ever been in a romantic relationship where both parties love each other, you’ll understand better. And if you’ve ever been in a relationship where unrequited love is the order of the day, you’ll understand best because you know there’s something you’re missing – love.
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