Thursday, July 31, 2014
Our Board President, Tom Sharp, sent me a link this morning to the story of an amazing young man, a professional musician born without arms, who uses his feet to play.
When you think you have it hard, be inspired by Felix Klieser. When asked why he dislikes talking about living with no arms, he says:
Because my life is very easy. I am a musician and I want to play concerts; the rest is private for me. When you go on stage, you are in public, with a lot of people looking at you. I hate public life. I am what I am and I do what I do but I don't want to become famous, I just want to be a normal person. I want to give people a nice time and touch them with music. Music is not a technical thing for me, it is emotional.