An Inspiring Dedication for the Cello

My oldest son wanted to play the cello, and I was a little reluctant to get one for him. He’s expressed interest in doing things before, but he usually gets bored with them and quits. I’ve seen him go through tennis lessons, art lessons, and even drum lessons. I told him that if he wanted me to get him cello lessons in Singapore, he would have to prove to me that he was committed to learning how to play the cello. I made him earn the money to pay for a cello and for his first lesson. He didn’t have a job at the time, so he had to get a little creative with his money earning methods.

My son remembered some of the skills that he learned from his art classes, so he started making art to sell online, and even commissioned himself out to other people to …