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In the Moment

by The Musician Physician

Smooth...Seductive...Sizzling...Sax !!! Licensed to soothe the BODY as well as the SOUL! The Musician Physician prescribes this cure for "Jazzitis" (to be taken AURALLY) Cruize Smooth...The SOUL.............Baby!
Genre: Jazz: Smooth Jazz
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1. Mornin' Coffee
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2. Cruize Control
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3. In the Moment
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4. Mez-Mer-Eye-Zen
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5. Vascular Catastrophe
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6. Ambiance d'Amour
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7. Unprotected Sax
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8. Baby, I Tried...
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9. Enough Is Enough !!!
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10. Can't You See?
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11. Midnight Stroll On the Beach
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A MOMENT IN TIME
“The chronological progression of existence”

The word “Time” may have many meanings to many people.
Time may represent a memorable moment that may affect one’s outlook on life. This memorable MOMENT may represent an emotional state of well-being and may be a finite, fleeting moment that has special significance in our lives. The duration of the “moment” is not set in stone and may change based upon the nature of the event. It may last for seconds, minutes, hours, days, weeks, months, years, decades, centuries or even an eternity. In the big scheme of things, our lifetimes represent a miniscule fraction of the existence of the universe.
Since the beginning of “Time”, time has been measured by many methods. In the past, (and still today) the time of day was determined by the use of sundials. The duration of time was measured by the use of The Hour Glass. Intricate calculation of the size and number of the grains of a special type of sand and calculation of the width of the narrow channel between the chambers of the Hour Glass was required in order to devise an accurate means to measure “Time”.
Interestingly, the Hour Glass shape, turned on its side, resembles the symbol of “INFINITY”. Infinity has no finite end and continues forever (until the end of…?) There is a well known connection between time and distance. In this vast universe, heavenly bodies are VERY far apart. In many instances, our units of distance measurement may be inadequate and impossible to measure (even in units of trillions of miles). The concept of “Light Years” is mind boggling. Light (in a vacuum) travels at a speed of 186,000 miles per second. Galaxies are described as being “Light Years” apart. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to note that there are 60 seconds in a minute…60 minutes in an hour…24 hours in a day...365 days in a year. The actual number of miles calculated by this method is beyond comprehension. As ludicrous as it seems, it is somewhat easier to grasp the concept of “Light Years” as a means of measuring interstellar distances than calculating a VERY large number (with a large exponent). Some of the shining stars that we see in the night sky may have burned out several millions of years ago. We are JUST now receiving the light. This is a prime example of our need to enjoy the fleeting phenomena of our existence---while we can. I can remember very vividly that day when I witnessed a total eclipse of the sun. My father was as excited as I was (or more) as this was a very rare occurrence that many people are not able to witness. The weather cooperated and we were able to watch it with a pinhole collimator instead of looking directly at the sun. My father’s scientific knowledge and “VISION” allowed me to enjoy this rare event and maintain my eyesight. As a Radiologist, I depend on my eyesight to interpret radiological exams and make various diagnoses. If my father had not been there to guide me, it is likely that I would have looked directly at the sun during the eclipse. Obviously, that may have impaired my vision. On one other occasion, as a young child, I was crawling through the kitchen cabinet and was amazed by the sound of the spray cans. I sprayed a can of oven cleaner into BOTH of my eyes and the pain was unbearable! My father was right there and quickly assessed the situation. He copiously rinsed my eyes with water for a VERY long period of time until the sting was gone. If that had not occurred, corneal burns would have developed and my sight would have been negatively affected.
My father’s VISION preserved my sight.
Disregarding the cessation of our space program, human beings can only speculate about distant planets, stars and galaxies. Human life expectancy, would , at best provide a one way trip to a not-so-distant planet and any gathered information may not be passed on to others. There’s simply not enough time.
We may “have” a good time. We may “ take” the time to help someone in need.
We may struggle through “Hard Times” from time to time. In order to move forward, we should accept the challenge and regard apparent obstacles as opportunities. We have to take the bitter with the sweet and experience ALL that life has to offer.
On a busy street, passersby may ask us for “the” time. They merely are interested in the arbitrary designation of the time of day or night. Family members and friends may ask us for “our” time. Our “Time” is valuable to ourselves as well as others. It implies sincere concern for others and involves a certain level of commitment. A listening ear or a shoulder to lean on can often make someone’s day more pleasant. The past is no longer here and the future has not yet arrived. Our past experiences may help prepare us for the future, but our journey begins with the next step that we take. That moment is NOW. Cherish the opportunity to make wise decisions that will lead you toward your goals.

Live IN THE MOMENT and enjoy life to the fullest!

Bert Cody Piggott Jr., M.D.
THE MUSICIAN PHYSICIAN

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