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    I like to play classical music while I'm doing schoolwork--especially the heavier subjects like calculus and programming. It helps drown out background noise, and sets the perfect mood for focus and concentration. Pachelbel, Holst, and Mozart are some of my favorites.
     
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    In accordance with a personal tradition, I listened to Handel's Messiah. It is a piece that truly stands alone. No other work of its kind comes close to its power, beauty, and vision. Let us not forget that this is the day set aside to remember God's unspeakable love. He came to us as one of us to pay the debt of our sin so that we may be reconciled to Him.

    "Therefore, being justified by faith, we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ, through whom we have had access, by faith, into this grace in which we stand; and we rejoice in hope of the glory of God."

    Romans 5:1-2
     
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