tiistai 2. syyskuuta 2014
When I was a baby, my parents were interested in that I should grow up with a good capacity. When I was two weeks old, they took me along to the forest to see the trees, plants and little birds. When I was maybe one month old they took me along to a concert of a symphony orchestra and someone else there who was musical held me part of the time to teach me to understand music. (If I still remember it, it must have been opera Taikahuilu (= "Magic flute?") by Mozart by the picture of it's melody.) I remember thinking, oh humans' world is this complex and there is valuable wisdom about feelings too to be learned. So that for sure taught me to conceive more complex wholes. That wisdom of feelings I have now tens of years later found from trying to see music like it's composer, but I have sought valuable emotiomal wisdom all my life. The Finnish culture also values the nature, sports, individual understanding, freedom and understanding the society.
Lähettänyt Kaisa Hannele Tervola, Savonlinna, Finland, North Europe klo 8.48