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Joshua Bell at the Washington Metro

My good friend Marshall shared this story in church today. Would you have stopped to listen? Check out Pearls Before Breakfast from the Washington Post.

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  1. I hope that I would have stopped, but you never really know until it happens. The part that gets me is how the children all want to stop, but the parents huddle them along. A testament to the times. Thanks for the linkage.

  2. I wish I could say I would have stopped and taken it all in but probably not. Now if Greg was with me we for sure would stop because of his experience with a violin. I’m kinda like pop if I’ve got somewhere to go I want to get there!

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