A-Z #Gratitude: #Thanks for #Drums

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New Orleans: Thank you message in the grotto of Our Lady of Guadalupe Church; added by those for whom prayer or miracles were granted (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Day 4 of the A-Z Blogging Challenge and the letter D

I give thanks for Drums.

 Drums keep time and remind us that everything has a time and timing.  Just as drummers in a marching band are the pulse of a parade or event, the drum we hear inside is our pulse – helping us keep time with ourselves, and the world around us.   Drums also inspire us to act.     Thanks for drums!

Here’s Hungarian Horvath Kornel.  Kornel taught himself how to play percussion.  As a result he is now world-famous for his ‘wrong’ technique, which worked just fine for him, and works so well that others now want to learn it. So drums also teach us that it’s okay to be different and sometimes it’s brilliant to be wrong!

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Posted in A-Z Blogging Challenge 2013 (Gratitude), Alison Boston, Music
7 comments on “A-Z #Gratitude: #Thanks for #Drums
  1. Janice Heck says:

    My daughter will love this. I’ll forward it to her. Thanks.

  2. Drummers certainly keep my toe tapping! 🙂

  3. I love drums!! What a cute and refreshing post!! Thanks! Cute clip too!

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