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Going For Grohl - Scott's Perspective
Share this: “Do what you love, love what you do”. It’s been said many ways, but the message is consistent. We’ve all theoretically got the same number of days, months and years in a lifetime. Best to spend as many as possible being productive in an enjoyable fashion, grab ahold of and indulge as many passions as imaginable. This is your one ride/kick at the can, your story, better or for worse, it’s waiting to be told and you alone hold the pencil. Most of us undoubtedly aspire to the above: to live life to the fullest, make our day-to-day something we’re excited about before falling asleep and charged-up for when our eyelids separate in the morning. There’s no time to lose – the minutes are literally ticking away. Grabbing hold of the ring, aligning the planets, and making it all fall into place is a rare talent and air to operate in. Push too hard and it’s likely to elusively slip between the fingers, while not pulling hard enough, you’ll never gain traction and induce ascent. Dave Grohl seems to be such a man. Here’s a guy who jumped in to Washington DC’s punk scene at the peak of adolescence because he was drawn to the raw energy of the ride. Strapped in, he embarked upon a journey he likely never fathomed. In a few short years he’s suddenly in Grunge Rock’s most anthematic band, Nirvana, atop of the world, then the singer blew his head off. Pull out …