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An insightful answer! I love your analysis. There IS so much to learn nowdays, especially since the Internet brings everything to our fingertips. I do think that we get new "art forms" for all the dying ones: humans are creative by nature, I think.
Wow...yes, those toy xylophones....and there is a baby in our community who will be reaching her 1 year birthday next month. I think we'll give her one as a gift. :0)
Thank you for the name Seafarer Mama. I have had that thought lurking in a corner of my mind : I ponder a child knows how to type before they read or of least as they learn reading. That is such an early age now. As as skill I did not type until 24?
Great examples, ChristinS! Thanks for sharing! (I agree--cooking "from scratch" is a dying art form. I know I can't cook at ALL. :-( ). Thanks for commenting!
Haha Thanks for commenting, ESPeck1919! I'd only been vaguely familiar with this art form. Now I'll go and research it--sounds fascinating. I agree with your assessment, though: not sure how I feel about it on a personal level. :-)
Oh, great examples, The Examiner-1! I LOVE Tchaikovsky. I would add a thousand (give or take LOL) composer-players to that list of musicians, and Da Vinci, though one-of-a-kind, has good competition: Hero, to name one ancient master of invention.
I could have made a longer list, after all there is art in all of life/nature, but I was only using examples.
I understand, there's limited space in a single question to list everything—and the list might just be pages long if even one of us spent the time to think about it! Thanks again for your inspirations!