As we near the end of our month of honoring our mother the Earth, this beautiful music and scenery seemed appropriate. Native flute music always takes me to another place. Feel free to join me.
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The Ones who Do
“The people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world are the ones who do.” — Steve Jobs It really annoys me when someone tells me there is nothing I can do to change the way our world is. Why? Because the only way to change the world is to not giveContinue reading “The Ones who Do”
For the Beauty of the Earth
How often do we stop to admire, enjoy and take in the beauty of this planet we call home? Do we take time of offer joyful praise to the Creator for all that has been given to us? I have chosen the John Rutter setting of this hymn because of it’s quiet beauty. John RutterContinue reading “For the Beauty of the Earth”
Sometimes Hope Whispers
Even in the darkest night we can hear the gentle voice of hope whispering to us if we listen closely. We end March with one of my favorite old hymns, Whispering Hope, sung by Mary Duff and Daniel O’Connell.
Life is Good
We end this month focusing on the goodness of life with the Hoppers joyfully singing “Life is Good.”
It Really is This Simple
Put a little love in your heart
We end this month’s discussion on being led by love with a song that is just as relevant today as when it first came out in the 1960s. —I love all my readers, Continue reading “Put a little love in your heart”
God with us
Emmanuel God with us God within us Living in, through, and as us Calling us to shine our light —Rogene A. Robbins
Love, Serve and Remember
Do you remember why you came to this earth? Now, more than ever, it is important that we remember. As we prepare to celebrate the birth of Jesus we know that he remembered. The Buddha and other Avatars remembered. So why are you here? Take a little time on this quiet Christmas Eve toContinue reading “Love, Serve and Remember”
Sing a Song of Joy!
One of my favorite things about the holiday season is the music. Some of my fondest holiday memories are of the years spent in the choir loft singing in Christmas cantatas, playing in the Orchestra for Handel’s Messiah, ringing in the bell choir, and processing down the aisle by candlelight on Christmas Eve. I loveContinue reading “Sing a Song of Joy!”