Sometimes we have blessings in our midst that go largely unseen, ignored, passed by if and when we’re so stuck in our routine we just walk right by them.
This is what happened when the violin virtuoso, Joshua Bell, staged a 45-minute impromptu concert in a Washington, D.C. subway as part of a Washington Post social research experiment.
And was largely ignored by a lot of commute-automatons in freakish mass-zombie mode.
Epically unbelievable, because his music stirs the soul and seems impossible to ignore.
Thankfully, there were a few people who noticed the unexpected gift and blessing offered to them, and stopped and listened. Of those six, one was a three year old child.
What’s that saying about becoming like a child again?
Watch, and listen, for yourself.
Two days prior, Bell’s concert in Boston was sold out. His music was the most memorable and evocative of the Angels & Demons film score, as well.
If you’re curious about that memorable contribution to the Angels & Demons film score, listen to it here. So. Incredibly. Beautiful.