Lessons from RUSH

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  • Lera Hatfield

    Never knew them until you wrote about them in your blog, but the fact that their relationship with each other survived fame speaks volumes about their characters. Impressive and so rare in the entertainment industry.

  • http://www.frankviola.net/ Frank Viola

    Absolutely!

  • http://theoppositepc.blogspot.com/ Frank Friedl

    Love Rush. One parallel to Christianity would be that fans of Rush are “persecuted”, because unless you *get it*, most think Rush is a terrible band. I think there’s also something to be learned from the three of them sticking together for so long, forging relationships that call one another higher, never settling for having “arrived” (Phil 3).
    Keep the music posts coming, I’m really enjoying them!


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