Don’t only practice your art, but force your way into its secrets, for it and knowledge can raise men to the divine. ― Ludwig van Beethoven
Music greatly illustrates how you can create or build anything you want and what it takes to do that. Every delightful musical piece you enjoy listening to or use to practice playing an instrument or art goes through a process.
Beethoven was on point when he said, “force your way into its secrets”. Because it is only when you look beyond the current state of the things you see that you get a better grasp of what makes it unique. The successful composers, musicians, and people who devote their life in the music industry have experienced the painstaking process of creating music. And this is among the many things that make every tune and piece people hear even more special. Every note is like a piece of a puzzle being built according to what the creator wants.
Music shows how something beautiful and divine is built on more than just talent and a desire to create. Rather, it is a product of creativity, inspiration, effort, hard work, and the willingness to take risks if needed to accomplish a difficult feat.
Every music, every beat, and everything musical that makes people good is a unique and complex creation. And sometimes, it is the stories behind their making that offer more insights into the greatness of the results that added something to the world that never existed before. And to love music is to look beyond the final outcomes and delve into the stories behind every piece.