Look outside the box. How many times do you just stay home doing the same old thing and wonder why you’re bored? Next time, open up your horizons and step outside your box. Step outside the door and see what surrounds you that you haven’t noticed before. Go on an adventure!
Saturday night, a friend and I were encouraged to join two other friends at a concert that was held in the back room of a small home in Lakewood. What did we find there? Two-time Grammy award winner Richard Stoltzman and his son Peter entertained us for two hours with the most amazing jazz I’ve heard in a long time. Not more than 80 people sat in this room, and it was like we were invited into the Stoltzman’s living room for a private concert.
There were no microphones or amplification required. What we heard was organic, natural, and clear. To see the love and respect between a son and his 75-year-old father was beautiful to behold. We were not only enveloped in music, we were also caressed with love both from the performers and the audience. Here is a link so you can listen to what we experienced that night. If you are interested in seeing a concert at this unusual venue it is called The Room.
The next time an idea is presented to you that seems out of the ordinary, jump on it. What do you have to lose? Perhaps two hours out of your life or two hours that will enhance your life. I encourage you to step into the unknown and find the beauty that others want to share with you.
Sending you my love blessings and the songs that lie within my heart.