REAL STORY A man went to the subway station in Washington DC and began playing the violin, on a cold January morning. For 45 minutes, performed 6 lyrics by Bach and it is estimated that over a thousand people passed through that station.on their way to work. During the time the musician played, only seven people stopped and gave money twenty others, without interrupting your way. The violinist earned $32. When he finished playing and there was silence, nobody seemed to notice. There was no applause or recognition. Nobody knew, but that was violinist Joshua Bell, one of the best musicians in the world, playing the most complex works ever written and his violin is appraised at $ 3.5 million. Two days before her performance on the subway, Bell filled a theater in Boston, the cost of the tickets averaged to cost $ 100 each. Joshua Bell, playing in a subway station, was organized by The Washington Post as part of a social experiment on Perception, Taste, and Priorities of the People. The question is: Do we recognize the extraordinary if presented in an unexpected way? Do we stop to appreciate it? Do we recognize the opportunity in an unexpected context? Are we going to let the circumstances take control of our lives? We conclude that if we do not control the situation, we take a moment to stop and really listen to one of the best musicians in the world, playing the most beautiful music ever written, with the finest instruments, " MANY OTHER THINGS WE CAN BE LOSING?