lesson. Monday , February 19th , 2018 - 00:33:59 AM
As shown in the movie. . . Ann Hathaway provides a show-stopping performance as the tragic heroine Fantine, a struggling factory worker and mother of an illegitimate child, who eventually sinks to becoming a sick, unstable prostitute. From the moment the beautiful and nave Fantine appears on-screen, you connect with her and as her life takes a tragic turn, you feel her despair. Because Hathaway understands the essence of her character she is able to share the true story of Fantine.
There is one more lesson that fits well with the Bloomsayer philosophy. The future fills up just as quick as the past is forgotten. When negative issues from the past are let go, the future becomes full and bright. Living for now to create a successful future will help anyone, make better choices as they present themselves. Just remember, as fast as the future fills up, it becomes the past with the same quickness. Start today and live a better now, there may be no tomorrow. And last but not least, keep your choices simple. Complexity leads to confusion, which in turn hampers the ability to achieve a better way of life.
If you already know how to control the pitch and the character of the notes with your right hand, then you can become a great cello player in the future.
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