Tension and Release Carlos J. Hughes

ISBN: 9781418434915

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276 pages


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Tension and Release  by  Carlos J. Hughes

Tension and Release by Carlos J. Hughes
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Two musicians, they grew up together, ate the same foods, played on the same playground, and went off to the same university. The bond they shared was due to them both enrolling for piano lessons at the same time when they were six. Music acts as theMoreTwo musicians, they grew up together, ate the same foods, played on the same playground, and went off to the same university.

The bond they shared was due to them both enrolling for piano lessons at the same time when they were six. Music acts as the cohesion to their bond. An illegal substance test this bond. Suddenly the music they played mattered little as the bout with the substance prolonged. It took something special to keep this bond sealed, and to overcome the deadly substance. This something is real. It is not necessarily subservient but is indeed kind. It is not an impulse that causes strife or envy. It is confident for it washes away fear, but it is not arrogant in that it knows how and when to humble itself.

It patiently waits when ideas and passion fails. This thing is called love. It is a force that repels the will to cut the fool when offended. It puts itself last and does not take pleasure in the derision of others, but take pleasure in what is true, but it itself is only true when action backs the words that represent it. When Jason Lewis realized that his music can represent this force called love, but only after action modifies it, his music takes on a new meaning and is significant once more.



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