The master's program provided me with an incredible amount of knowledge: how one can listen to music, how to watch it, how it is structured, and what existed in the past as well as today. It was possible to write as you liked, not limiting yourself in the least, and each time you would be treated fairly for what you wrote. None of the teachers taught you how to think like them, but each of them assisted in learning how to think and perceive what was happening. As a result, step by step, I learned a lot under their strict guidance. We managed to rebuild our perception of the world several times and new knowledge continuously flowed in. It was necessary to listen and not fall behind. It was as if I had been transferred from a horse drawn wagon being tossed about on impassible roads into a spaceship.