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Father-son duo to perform European chamber music classics in Pleasanton

Original post made on Nov 8, 2023

Markus Pawlik is a world-renowned classical musician who has performed around the globe and accumulated dozens of prestigious musical awards -- but most of all he is a proud father. He and his 16-year-old violinist son are set to...

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Posted by Rich Buckley
a resident of Jensen Tract
on Nov 8, 2023 at 8:21 am

Rich Buckley is a registered user.

The Pawlik-Zwiebel art links us to the Devine voice of the cosmos... I was telling my wife about them and the reach of their positive global social influence like the song in the play "Chicago" We Both Reached For The Gun, Web Link an orchestration of a totally hypocritical, corrupted legal system in Chicago of the 1920's, a finely nuanced song and dance of the world reality of government dictatorships.

I was surprised that I did not remember this most important song in the Richard Grer 2002 movie, "Chicago."

Asian cultures Web Link have been pounding out (in English and Asian languages) this all too recognizable global reality... sort of an art form coded message of self liberation in the face of endless tyranny.

My instincts are, to see beauty and truth in these Pawlik-Zwiebel orchestrations, means you are stepping outside the carefully constructed secrete, social narrative-box government just can't help but build. Eventually however truth bleads through... so the question resolves to who owns your children and family, the State, or the Parents Web Link

Posted by Rich Buckley
a resident of Jensen Tract
on Nov 8, 2023 at 2:30 pm

Rich Buckley is a registered user.

Allow me please to recast a poor choice of words in posing the question "who owns your children, the State or the Parents" One soul does not own other soul" We do not "own" our children... our duty is much higher than ownership ... guide, support, enhance,...nurture... would be better choice of words...Namaste.... Rich Buckley

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