Hello Andrei, Thank you for sharing these insights about the amazing Beethoven! I sense the new generation does have a place for classical music – how often in YouTube videos can one read comments about young people using the music for studying and homework, perhaps because it opens their minds to learning (e.g., https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7JmprpRIsEY).

Classical music, like other art, undoubtedly arose out of moments of great inspiration and thus is of high vibrational frequency. Interestingly, it has been used by store owners to drive away “undesirable” persons gathering around storefronts (https://www.latimes.com/california/story/2019-09-06/homeless-7-eleven-franchise-classical-music). Perhaps this is due to the difference in their vibrational frequencies, thus making it incompatible for them to be in each other’s presence.

If it took Beethoven 40,000 hours to become great at composing, then if today I started writing 4 hours daily for Medium, it would take 27 years to reach that amount! At that point I would also be well-qualified to compose my life’s greatest masterpiece – my obituary!

Happy listening!

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