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August 21, 2009 [ More archived home pages here ]
Recently my Facebook friend, Karen, mentioned that she and a conductor at an opera rehearsal felt so much emotion that their skin developed goosebumps at the completion of the movement. When I commented about it she responded:
"Don, sensation in the skin is something for which music is so in need of. Nowadays it is so in the head!"
Then in response to another person who added a comment after mine, Karen said:
"I know you understand the importance of the skin. Here in Italy, it is something that is understood. People respond according to their skin."
Okay, I understood what she meant real fast! Firstly, I'm married to Sherry who is half Italian. In fact, all the women I loved before I married were half Italian. Responding to sensations of the skin became an important ingredient to my relationships. ;-)
As an artist, I know there are particular creations of mine when I felt so in tune with what I was creating that my total being was immersed in sensations. At the time I just experienced them, I didn't deeply consider their impact on me.
Now Karen has awakened me to go back and explore some of those moments using my clear and strong recollection capabilities. I will pay more attention to those type experiences going forward. Thank you, Karen!
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Congratulations to my daughter who was recently promoted to Global Director of Supplier Management for her firm. In her eleven years with the company she started with right out of college, she has steadily been promoted. The last several promotions were entirely new positions created for her. She stays busy as an executive, wife, and mother of two.
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