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Hallelujah, indeed!

Just, wow! Listen in your headphones, to get the full beauty, and the hug of this performance.

And did you see, how they implemented percussion?

Just, wow :)


(“Hallelujah ~ Pentatonix”: video)

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So absolutely delicious

Liz Gilbert shares her side of the processes, her view of life and what can bring the Big Magic.

I think it’s must-listen for everyone who even a bit lives or strives to live a creative life.


(“Elizabeth Gilbert & Marie Forleo on Fear, Authenticity and Big Magic”: video)

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“Live every day as if

you lived your whole life towards this day.” ~ someone on the Internet

How powerful, isn’t it?

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Tender :)


(“Hushabye Mountain – Stacey Kent”: video)

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One of my favorite songs :)


(“Katie Noonan ~ Crazy”: video)

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Christmas mood :)


(“Chris Rea – Driving home for christmas”: video)

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Life is definitely wonderful – Jason Mraz :)


(“Life is Wonderful – Jason Mraz”: video)

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Beautiful :)

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When you remember your own song…

[amazon_image id=”B001KYEEFC” link=”true” target=”_blank” size=”medium” ]Wisdom of the Heart (Puffy Books)[/amazon_image] “When a woman in one African tribe knows she is pregnant, she goes out into the wilderness with a few women friends and together they pray and meditate until they hear the song of the child.

They recognize that every soul has its own vibration that expresses its unique flavor and purpose.

When the women attune to the song, they sing it out loud. Then they return to the tribe and teach it to everyone else.

And when a child is born into the village, the community gathers and sings the song, one unique melody for each unique child.

Later, when children begin their education, the village gathers and chants each child’s song. They sing again when each child passes into the initiation of adulthood, and at the time of marriage.

Finally, when the soul is about to pass from this world, the family and friends gather at the bedside, as they did at birth, and they sing the person to the next life.

In the African tribe there is one other occasion upon which the Villagers sing to the child: If an individual commits a crime or aberrant social act, that individual is called to stand in the center of a circle formed by all members of the tribe.

And once again the villagers chant the child’s song.

The tribe recognizes that the effective correction for antisocial behavior is not punishment, but love and the remembrance of identity.

When you remember your song, you have no desire to do anything that would hurt another. A friend is someone who knows your song and sings it to you when you have forgotten it.

Those who love you are not fooled by the mistakes you have made or the dark images you hold about yourself. They remember your beauty when you feel ugly; your wholeness when you feel broken; your innocence when you feel guilty; and your purpose when you are confused.

You may not have grown up in an African tribe that sings your song to you at crucial life transitions, but life is always reminding you when you are in tune with yourself and when you are not.

When you feel good, you are living your song, and when you feel awful, you aren’t. In the end, we shall all recognize our song, and we shall sing – and live — it well.

As long as you remember to sing your song, you’ll find your way home.” ~ Alan Cohen

Reminded me of Praising you (our own Babemba). These African tribes seem to be really wise.

I’m asking myself, what is my song, that I should recognize and remember – and it doesn’t feel very good, to look for it, but when I think, maybe it’s the feeling I have when I’m in the Vortex – this feels very warm, touching, elating. So maybe I can create my song anew every day :) with my development and constant updating of my preferences and my richness, yes, I love to re-create it every day with these questions.

Happy day to you! :)

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All magical from Pascal Campion :)

daddy and son

I so love his paintings! They’re always sunny – whatever weather he paints. :)

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