I read this http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2007/04/04/AR2007040401721.html" [Broken]- maybe some of you know it. Basically it's about Joshua Bell, a world-famous violinist, who plays for the public for less than an hour, in a station. Only one person recognised him, and he earned $32.17! Most people just threw pennies. Besides the one woman that recognised him, it was only the children with their parents that were actually interested in Bell. I think that says much about our lives, and about adults and chidren. It also reminds me (leave your qualms at the door) about the angel knocking on people's doors, the story from the Bible (no, I am not christian). Our lives are so busy and self-centred, it takes a child to stop and be interested. Why was the child interested? My theory is that Bell was different. Bell was not like other adults to the child. Most adults are pretty much the same. Going about each day the same- the daily grind, rushing off to work etc. Bell was different. He stood there playing his violin, amidst all the noise, and the scurrying about. It is a long article, but tell me what you think of this.