Monday, December 23, 2013

Year End Message 2013

Hello All! It has been awhile since I have posted anything. Perhaps many of you are traveling and preparing for holidays and time with family and friends. Surely a small break from the crunch of a tight schedule and due dates of various kinds is needed. 

For me, it as been a very busy Fall on all levels. I am grateful for my many friends and family members who are always so supportive of me in my life aims and pursuits. I would especially like to say that my wife Carol is not only supportive, but is with me in what we do together. And that is not to be other than who we are with the desire to never stop evolving. To always keep the Light lit and to help others as best as we can, to keep their own light lit and to be themselves. To be their true Self. She, is a brilliant Light.
I am thankful for my dear son Ben and his support. A wonderful person and musician who will surely make a difference in the world. My brother Neal and my sister Marcey, always there, there love always felt. They, I know, are making the world a better place too, without a doubt.

This video was made on December 22, 2013, in the afternoon. Perhaps it will have some usefulness to some of you. it is called Year End Message 2013.

Your Art is as close to you as you are close to your Self. The closer you are to your Self, the more you will be you and express what your true instrument needs to express. We are all instruments for something. It is wonderful to hear when someone is being 'played' by peace, inspiration, love, the urge to try, the quest for honor, joy, devotion and other such refined qualities. This is a choice. Our choices choose what will 'play' us. And that is part of the deal here. We have the choice. Let's all try to choose wisely.

I wish you all a very joyous, restful, peaceful, loving Holiday. Go where few have gone before, into the ocean of continuance and progression of the Spirit of Life. As a great,  great mentor of mine said to me, "Be the very thing that   lights up your life." 

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