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Songs from this week: Heart Songs * Earth Honoring * Fear Not: Creative Malcontent

This week has been FULL of singing events and we wanted to share what we're singing.  Hopefully these will be a boon to you during these strange, difficult, and weird times.  Be creative!  Keep singing!

  1. Heart Songs
  2. Earth Honoring
  3. Fear Not: Creative Malcontent

Monday, August 3 - Heart Songs

Heart Songs is our online event of gathering together to sing to and with each other.  6:30-8p CDT (UTC-05) alternating Mondays (the next one is Mon, Aug 17).  See this post for details on how to join us in the future.  Below is the setlist from last Monday with links to online resources in the comments.

Setlist of tonight's Heart Songs circle: - Welcome here (Rachael Weasley) - The journey of a thousand miles (Lao Tzu,...

Posted by Points Of Light Music on Monday, August 3, 2020

Thursday, August 6 - Sing for a Better Future

Music that Makes Community invited us to join them to share a virtual Earth-Honoring singing celebration with The BTS Center.  We shared the following songs: 

  • Mitakuye oyasin (Dakota for "All My Relations") by Hamid Daniel Kirchof - Listen to the song and Hamid's story of how it came to be.  
  • Tubwayhun l’makikhe d’hinnon nertun arha by Neil Douglas Klotz - 3rd Beatitude of Jesus in Aramaic:  Blessed are the meek for they shall inherit the earth.  See more about the translation work of Douglas-Klotz at http://abwoon.org/.

Friday, August 7 - Fear Not

We were invited by the Kaleidoscope Institute to provide an Opening and Closing session to a day of their 9-day long Summer Institute.  Friday they interviewed Rev. Becca Stevens who founded Thistle Farms, a social enterprise whose motto is "Love Heals" and focuses on women survivors.  

Welcome Session

  • Welcome to the Table, ahem, Zoom Call by Conie Borchardt
  • Tubwayhun lawile d’hinnon netbayun by Neil Douglas-Klotz - 2nd Beatitude of Jesus in Aramaic: Blessed are they that mourn; for they shall be comforted.
  • Listening by Lea Morris.

Sending Session


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