Biographies will focus on the life of an individual that has changed a particular Pathway of Life such as Music or Food (Gourmet) or Health or Writing (Scribe).
My father, Roger Voisin, is one such person so stay tuned. In the Music part of the webpage, I will be adding videos and audio soundbites of Roger on his tribute website VoisinNation. "In His Words" will let you hear and see Roger's journey as a musician. Please visit his Wikipedia page here for more background on this musician.
The year is 2084. Something is going on in the music world and telepathy is beginning to change the world. Is there a connection between live chamber music and the brain's ability to create "though-streams"? Stay tuned!
Rants & Raves will be a "personal soapbox" on which I poke fun at myself (Rant) and share the good stuff (Rave) that I encounter on my life-journey!
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Peter Voisin is a 4th generation musician aspiring to the Renaissance ideal. Creating is his passion. He loves financial advising | music composing and performance| healthy life-style cooking | landscaping |SyFy Novel-blogging-research | philosophy | faith | community service | racquet sports. Visit voisinenterprises.com for "Life-paths". He has 2868 Lifehack influences, 7 posts, and is active in Communication | Productivity | Money .
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The power of the written word will be what this blog will explore.
"Back in the day" when there were no electronic commuication systems, people wrote letters to each other. They put their written word (in their own hand and using their own quill and inkwell) on paper and sometimes sealed their communication with a wax seal to protect the privacy of their message. That letter might be the very last thing the recipiant of that post would ever get from the sender. Words were chosen carefully. Meanings were carefully and reverently delivered.
One of my projects is to translate some of my late Grandfather's letters (from the 1900's that were in French). Rene Louis Gabriel Voisin ( born 11/19/1893 - died 01/16/1952) was a musician living in Paris at the time and playing in five orcestras after he graduated from the Paris Conservatory in 1918 with the Grand First Prize in Cornet. It harkens back to a time when purposeful communication was important. Stay tuned.
If you see a man doing these 10 things, he just might be a gentleman!