For one minute, walk outside, stand there, in silence, look up at the sky and contemplate how amazing life is.
What a tragedy. :-( Thanks for the beautiful reminder of his work.Greetings from London.
Valerie, I had not heard about James Horner's death until I read your post and then found an article on CNN. Oh, how sad.What a beautiful piece of music! I remember seeing this movie many years ago and falling in love with the musical score. He was so talented!Thank you so much for sharing this post, dear lady.Hope you're having a great weekend!X to you and Joe
Sad indeed, nice of you to share that.
Ron, I was sad about two things, first that the man had been killed in a plane crash and, second, that more wasn't reported about him.
Blogoratti, thank you.
A beautiful talent, lost. :(
He added to a quality production of a great story to tell of the downing of the Titanic. His talented musical creations will go on forever too.
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