The music we hear early on tends to stay with us all our lives.
Rogers, Fred. The World According to Mister Rogers: Important Things to Remember (p. 6). Hachette Books. Kindle Edition.
That’s a good thing, because change is constant, without it, there’d be no butterflies.
Here is the full quote from “The World According to Mister Rogers: Important Things to Remember”
Music is the one art we all have inside . We may not be able to play an instrument , but we can sing along or clap or tap our feet . Have you ever seen a baby bouncing up and down in the crib in time to some music ? When you think of it , some of that baby’s first messages from his or her parents may have been lullabies , or at least the music of their speaking voices . All of us have had the experience of hearing a tune from childhood and having that melody evoke a memory or a feeling . The music we hear early on tends to stay with us all our lives.
It’s a great little book to read on any day.