The man playing violin in the corner of this mass transit entryway is Joshua Bell, an award-winning violinist. His violin is worth more than 3 million dollars.
Because Bell is out of context, he is barely noticed, much less appreciated. During this performance, he collects $32, a big step down from the $100 per seat paid to watch him just two days earlier at a sold-out theater in Boston.
I doubt that I would have appreciated his performance, although I likely would have dropped a dollar or two into his case.As this article from Dr.Mercola suggests, why not take a moment to recognize the beauty around us, especially in unexpected places?