She has found her own voice.
I am glad that she has because otherwise she will always resent mine.
She is so empowered by it that she will be likely to overuse it in the beginning.
That will cause some pain.
I hope it doesn’t take too long for her to quit singing solo and appreciate the harmony of a duet … or … the absolute magnificence of a choir.
It serves no good is she has no voice, but it serves no good if hers is the only voice she cares to hear or appreciate.
There is a place for all our voices as the melody comes together … the music is flat without the depth of the tenor or the pitch of the soprano.
It is the difference in our voices that create the awe and wonder!
May she learn to enjoy the beauty of her own voice without rejecting the ones who want or need to sing along.
May I remember to be so willing and wise myself, Karen