When I Was Away
High Water just before sunset on the St. Mary’s River in North East Florida February 7
NOËL NOUVELET — Jeff Smallman –Canadian H.S. Chior
Maddie chose POSSESSIONS AND THE POSSESSED for our Christmas Day music theme. Maddie says “LET THE POSSIBILITIES MANIFEST”.
In the Spirit of Maddie’s Christmas theme I am making efforts to suppress my Scroogish nature. Energy has become my dearest coin, and I have become miserly in it’s expenditure. So:
My finite energy is being redirected. I am posting this now, December 22, and will mostly be away from the computer until sometime after Christmas.
Music can be a means to guide attention, communicate with or without words and a means to transcend and sometimes escape, also a guiding path to follow back to home, to center.
GOD BLESS US, EVERYONE
In keeping with moving away from materialism is this song from Walela.
WASH YOUR SPIRIT CLEAN — Walela
For too many of us “The Wolf” is howling at our doors. We who have doors and rooves are fortunate, there many human beings who must face the weather without. Please remember those without family, and those without homes, and those who live on the edge, and all of the children
Villancico Riu Riu Chiu — Kalenda Maya.
IS THERE A PLACE FOR US? — Mychael Danna — The Nativity OST
GABRIEL’S MESSAGE — Sting
CAROL OF THE BELLS — Libera
SILENT NIGHT — Celtic Women — Maev
THE NATIVITY — Hans Zimmer — Lorne Balfe — Lisa Gerrard — The Bible OST
Blagoslovi, Dushe Moya –Praise The Lord — Сергей Рахманинов — Министерство культуры СССР камерного хора.
LISA: Part I: Music Theme – … PartII: Lisa
JOHNNY: Music Theme – Possessions And The Possessed | johnny ojanpera
THE ILLUSION December 20, 2014
Johnny has chosen RACE AGAINST TIME as the music theme for January 1, 2015
ANTANYA: Antanya In The Fog
SACRA –Apocalyptica –7th Symphony Written by Eicca Toppinen and Mikko Sirén — Peltoniemen Hintrikin Suruarssi
THE MOTHER — Xavier Rudd
Trees move around each other the same as people in a crowd move around each other.
Meet The Coywolf Nature on PBS
The coywolf, a mixture of western coyote and eastern wolf, is a remarkable new hybrid carnivore that is taking over territories once roamed by wolves and …
Is jealousy of creation a part of human nature?
Is it innocence to assume that all flowers
Are for the plucking? Is it righteous to
Reach out and take take take take take
Calling the self both messenger and author?
Is it human nature to pluck the best?
To hunt through the ordered gardens and the wilderness
Gathering the prettiest and the most significant,
Plucking the flowers from their context
And claiming, “Now this is mine.” ?
Why not take all the best that you can perceive?
Why not take what moves your soul? Take take, take take .
Take what brings some comfort. Take take take take.
Why should the intensity of your wanting
Not be justification for thieving actions?
If there is beauty in the wild,
Is that Wildness available for the plucking?
Are there no consequences for your taking taking
Taking taking taking taking taking.
There is always balance in nature.
There are always consequences.
The flattery of your wanting is insufficient.
The Universe cares not for flattery.
When beauty flows into your heart,
Does that make you the author or the audience?
You vandalizing thieves who have destroyed
With your careless critical trampling;
You flattering greedy plagiarizing soul cannibals;
You deceive only yourself that you are the art,
Yourself the artist and the gardener.
You trolling gatherers of art’s life blood,
Think that there is no price to pay. Wrong.
Restitution is always made. Balance is a contract
With the Universe, made before the birth of beauty.
Think on symmetry when you claim what is not yours …
Da! Da! Da!
Through all strata of creation balance is maintained.
Bear … 04.23.2014
Every Day Is Earth Day
When Dear Husband became mature enough to reveal his truly appreciative Heart with great Efforts at Attentive Thoughtfulness
and overtly attempted to show the Depth of His Compassionate Understanding,
It became possible to Exemplify
The Wise Repartee of Men in such an Eloquent Quote as:
“Huh? What are you going on about, now?!”