The news is in. As you probably know, on the website at www.TheSingingZone.com we state that we have members from 65 nations inside The Singing Zone. It turns out that this is incorrect. We just did an updated count of all our customers this morning. And guess what? It turns out that I now have customers from 84 nations!
Naturally, I am personally immensely grateful for the success of the program, and that I am able to reach and communicate with so many people. I thank all of you who put trust in me and I certainly feel the responsibility to live up to that trust (which is a good feeling of responsibility in my opinion).
I also reflect over what a phenomenal world we live in. There is no denying that there are many problems in the world, and there likely always will be. Yet, the fact that we are able to communicate with each other the way we can today is mindboggling.
I still remember the first computer I got. How could I forget. It wasn’t that long ago really.
I remember the first time I talked to someone via web camera. It wasn’t long ago at all.
Today I can can acquire information that I never could before. I can learn from, study with, communicate with, work with people from most parts of the world. I can communicate with friends and family all over the globe.
Saturday I had a class with my virtual singing class which has participants from many parts of the world, and we reflected on the fact that our grandparents would have been absolutely blown away seeing what we can do today.
It truly is amazing.
And let’s not forget that the amazing technology we have today is a result of the rapidly evolving capacity of the human mind.
We’ve always known that singing is part of every culture, and it makes me warm inside knowing you are singing away in every part of the world. Perhaps I can soon travel and study the culture of singing in various parts of the world in person. And meet you!
Send me an invitation! 🙂
How about reflecting on the positive developments in the world today and how you can utilize them to enhance your life. What is it you can do today that you couldn’t have done a few years ago?
Love to hear your thoughts. Feel free to share below.