Amazing Child Prodigy

Alma DeutscherVideo #1 – About Alma Deutscher

Video #2 – Watch a Prodigy Create – from Four Notes in a Hat

I imagine that many people who watch these videos about Alma Deutscher will impulsively jump to the idea that she is the reincarnation of Mozart or some other great composer and musician. I have to admit that I’m in that camp. I think that some people may also go to a place where they feel bad about themselves for not having any such great talent. Of course, we all marvel over her great abilities.

In the past, I’ve spoken of how we share the one same humanity. Such uniquely talented individuals stand as a celebration of the grandeur of what it means to be human. They are shining representatives of the greatness of the humanity that we are all a part of. To say it another way, there is one great humanity and we all are that. Prodigies are an expression of the grandeur of our shared humanity.

Be they a musician, athlete, scientist, or genius in any other form, they inspire us to look forward to the future to see how they progress and what other flowers emerge in the garden of life, the garden of humanity that we are unified through. There is but one unified field, one Self.

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5 Comments

  1. Your ability to pull us all into this grandeur through your words is sublime. Thank you for sharing the links as I had not yet heard about this young musician.

  2. Thank you for your words!

  3. What breath of fresh air to delight in whether rain or shine, at a time where pausing to smell the roses some days is neglected. What a rose Alma is within the bouquet of humanity we hold. She may inspire us to blossom where we’ve yet to explore. Thank you for sharing.

    Jai Shiva Sankara

  4. Thanks Michael, this beautifully elucidates the endless comparing in the field of separation versus the joyous celebration of realizing oneness

  5. This was almost too beautiful to respond to . . . Thank you.