The Marlboro Enterprise

From The Marlboro Enterprise, October 10, 1987

"It's amazing what you can see when you look"

"... People of differing faiths could learn much about living together from watching a string quarter in action. Each player knows his instrument, but he or she is not afraid to learn from the others in the group.... Each player appreciates the others and their role in the group as we as being fully aware of his own importance in producing the music which brings them together. One over-ripe ego and the whole ensemble fails to achieve their individual and collective goals.

"I shudder to think what glorious sounds people of faith could create with parts given them by our composer if we would work together. What would our community, out nation out planet be like, and when will we be wise enough to see the possibilities?"

By Rev. Charles Seivard,
Marlboro Enterprise religion writer.
Reprinted with permission.

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