1. This is a good piece, miss Roo. I love how you tied it together with the hands and the empty spaces because both depict so many images and feelings.

    I’ll have to find an audio clip of “While My Guitar Gently Weeps”…


  2. I would not trade for the world the joy of having led worship for so many years. The way one is drawn closer through this gift…

    “Cum spiritus the spaces take on life of their own, are more full than the notes themselves.” This reminds me of the silence in heaven spoken of in Revelation.

    “And when he had opened the seventh seal, there was silence in heaven for about half an hour.”
    God in as much in the silent pause as in the notes.
    And so is beauty. As a music teacher, I can’t stress this to my students enough!
    Have a great weekend!

  3. Oh, this brings happy tears. My mamma heart skipped a beat reading this. And I was so excited to see you at Playdates! How are you? I am still listening to my Steel Croswhite cd. So beautiful. And now…another generation of music makers.

  4. Hi, Laura! Thank you…I am doing well, trying to get back into a new routine with all the changes in the last year. So glad to have found Playdates! And happy that you’re enjoying Steele’s music, there’s a new album out (a live, acoustic worship collection) available at experiencetherock.com if you’re interested. I haven’t yet figured out how to get music back on the blog but it’s a great one. Blessings to you! And Debra, nice to meet you. I love the reminder about that verse in Revelation…it gave me chills when I read your post. Thank you! Darlene…did you find it? We’re Beatles fans around here (the early stuff, anyway).

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