Klarinet Archive - Posting 001051.txt from 1997/09
From: Roger Garrett <rgarrett@-----.edu>
Subj: Re: My first clarinet
Date: Tue, 23 Sep 1997 00:41:13 -0400
now this....is terrific! I agree with Mr. Countryman.
On Mon, 22 Sep 1997, Craig E. G. Countryman wrote:
> An opinion is a great deal of what we have experienced in our own
> lives. From birth, we are raised under a certain environment and grow
> up gaining a set of beliefs. These beliefs are the basis for our
> opinions on various subjects. However, if we want to convince anyone
> that our opinions are correct, we had better be able to back them up
> with solid evidence. Therefore, to classify an opinion, I would have to
> conclude it would be a combination of both the two previous threads.
> Our opinions are inseparable from our beliefs and values, but the must
> be based on positive knowledge to actually hold up against the opinions
> of others.
> Craig Countryman
> Quote(s) of the Day:
> "Inspiration may be a form of superconciousness,
> or perhaps of subconciousness--I wouldn't know.
> But I am sure it is the antithesis of
> self-conciousness." -Aaron Copland
> "Ineffective people live day after day with unused potential. They
> experience synergy only in small, peripheral ways in their
> lives. But creative experiences can be produced regularly,
> consistently, almost daily in people's lives. It requires
> enormous personal security and openness and
> a spirit of adventure."
> -Stephen R. Covey