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Elbowing your way to the top?

I Played clarinet from grade school through my college years. Looking back, I was often tempted to measure my worth in the group and as an individual in terms of where I stood within the musical organization. The better the "chair" I had, the more worth I possessed as a clarinetist, or so I thought. I was intensely competitive and lost many friendships because of it. It wasn't until I no longer had the opportunity to play that I realized how deluded I had been.

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Dear Sentinel,
April 6, 1998
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