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Sweet Nelson Mandela

Nelson Mandela lived a long fulfilling life. When I heard Nelson Mandela was dead, my honest reaction was, "Nelson Mandela is dead, we saw that coming." Seriously, 95 is a good age to leave the planet, especial if you did all you could do... for the people. But, it was not until 2am this morning, when I was watching the video "Mandela release from prison speech," that it really hit me hard, tears started pulling down my face. Nelson Mandela spend 27yrs in prison and came out without an angry bone, he always had a smile on his face. He said, it's dancing and music that made him at peace with the world and at peace with himself. We all need to dance a little more. To all musicians, just so you know and understand the power of your music and the gift that you could give the world with your music, "peace."


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