Although some nights, some profoundly human nights, the ecstasy of music feels more essential than bread, more thirst quenching than water or wine.
It can speak to and inspire one's actual will to live, one's desire for joy.
Perhaps it is a luxury we cannot do without. Just as pleasure is a luxury we cannot do without.
Perhaps it is our very reason to be.
Perhaps our reason for being is not simply to reproduce and work, but to experience the joy and the wonder of it all.
"If music be the food of love, play on" wrote Shakespeare.
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