Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Ravi Shankar

I heard this on NPR this morning - inspiring:
A few winters ago in Delhi, remembering those demanding early years of sitar studies, Ravi Shankar said his guru's most important lesson was this: "He says that we have to earn our livelihood, and for that we have to perform and accept money. But music is not for sale. The music that I have learned and want to give is like worshipping God. It's absolutely like a prayer."
Deep, man.  Rest in peace.

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