The Mall, Central Park, NYC At the 72nd Street end of the only straight line in Central Park, a skilled violinist played popular classics for whoever would listen. We were drawn over by Schubert’s “Ave Maria” and stayed through Pachelbel’s “Canon in D.” Up The Mall were two young men playing folk duets on violin, as well as a team of break dancers, a swarm of dancing in-line skaters, a man selling jokes for $1 (“guaranteed to make you laugh”) and a girl playing a piano. God’s diversity in all of its glory.

The Mall, Central Park, NYC

At the 72nd Street end of the only straight line in Central Park, a skilled violinist played popular classics for whoever would listen. We were drawn over by Schubert’s “Ave Maria” and stayed through Pachelbel’s “Canon in D.”

Up The Mall were two young men playing folk duets on violin, as well as a team of break dancers, a swarm of dancing in-line skaters, a man selling jokes for $1 (“guaranteed to make you laugh”) and a girl playing a piano.

God’s diversity in all of its glory.

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