Saturday, March 27, 2010


"I am yours. Save me."

It is through surrender that a singer finds peace. She surrenders to her path, to the pull of the river of love that's brought her to this point and is carrying her onward. She relaxes into the Truth of the Way that has been mapped out for her over generations of singers past, and allows herself to become a part of singing's future.

It's a surrender that goes beyond even the music and singing in which she rejoices: it's a surrender to the being, to the place, to the eternal Becoming, from which song and music, and her very own self, are birthed.

When she knows this, she is eternally safe, eternally loved, and eternally at home.

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