Gifts, Inspirations, Aspirations

I do know that music without an audience is just noise; it’s like if a tree falls in the woods and there’s nobody there, does it make a sound?

So I need to find audiences who need my music. It could be senior care homes, children or people in hospitals, or maybe people just wanting to have entertainment at a party–or all of the above and some I don’t know yet.

Somewhere, someone would be inspired by my gift. Or at least it would make them smile and feel good.

I do think that it’s never too late to find your gift, get inspired and aspire to realize greater things than what life might have initially set out for you.

You may never get as high as you reach, but in trying you’ll get further than not trying at all.

So, are there any PRB Week-Enders who have gifts they are inspired to share with us today?  You never know when sharing might inspire someone else to find their gifts as well.

Randy Gaddo, a retired Marine who also served for 15 years in municipal parks and recreation, is now a full-time photojournalist who lives in Peachtree City, Ga.; he can be reached at (678) 350-8642 or email cwo4usmc@comcast.net.

 

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One comment on “Gifts, Inspirations, Aspirations

  1. Richard Heaton on said:

    Your article made me think of people who found a calling and changed directions very late in life, like Colonel Sanders with his Kentucky Fried Chicken empire or Grandma Moses who began painting in her late seventies. Examples of how sometimes it’s never too late to find your gift!

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