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"The music invites one to either dance or to listen (appreciate)"

"Culture, parenting etc. can prepare one for the future, but it is assumed that one's independent reasoning/steps propels one into his/her future"

"Things learned in childhood are only somewhat prototypical templates, the actual templates are carved/shaped by how one approaches/carves his/hers"

"The real intention of one's choice can be hidden within one's own motive, negative motive itself may be shaped by one's lack of the understanding, and or the ignorance of the principle-exhibition-mercy-endurance-patience of love even at the precision of truth"

"The truth is precise and love is not, yet love is a derivative of the truth, it continually stalls~pleads the truth for mercy due to its patience-endurance"

"Love magnifies the genuineness of truth without modification or corruption, it gives the truth the highest and the most orderly reason for existence"

"The humane does things purposely for selfless reasons, while the animal does things purposely for selfish/greedy/reasons"

"If it does not make one question one's sanity then it is not music"

"Knowledge at its peak equals understanding and understanding at its peak equals
creativity"

“Making mistakes fifty times while (and then) realizing the problem is not a problem, but making a 
mistake fifty times without realizing the problem is a problem”

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