Every day I see the power of Music.
I see it in the smile of the one that tells me that the Music day is the best day of his or her week.
I hear it in the one that no longer can speak coherently but discovers that can still sing the songs that are part of his or her life soundtrack.
I feel it in the child that lives inside his or her own world and suddenly discover the joy in playing with others.
I watch it in the one that is no longer afraid of walking just because he can do it better while listening to Music that synchronizes his or her gait.
I acknowledge it when someone finds in Music some way of relaxing and forgetting pain.
And in so many other situations.
It took me 40 years to realize why Music was so important to me and what was what I wanted to do through it. Now I know.