Step 30 – All in the Numbers

namaste

what is the way to peace?
to become peace yourself

if you wish to see change in the world
become the change yourself

one person meditating
affects the entire environment around them

one smile flashed in the street
affects a whole crowd

change happens in the world
one by one by one

be the change you most want to see

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namaste-welcome-2

blessings and peace

scored for strings, clarinet, and harpsichord

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27 Responses to “Step 30 – All in the Numbers”

  1. Music Listner Says:

    I am not seeing 30 steps but surely I am seeing the way of harmonious and peace. It can be better step to establish peace among people. It is basically, Indian style.

  2. Debra Says:

    Wonderful message!

  3. Dragos Roua Says:

    Thank for sharing. You can never say this enough 🙂

  4. axinia Says:

    beautifully done!

  5. Molly Says:

    Beautiful piece. And perfect words.

  6. gurdonark Says:

    You can’t go wrong with virtual clarinets, which suggests that one way to peace is through the imagination. This kind of music-as-weblog-post-as-ideas-made-real appeals to me.

  7. Anne Says:

    What a lovely gift on a Tues (St. Patrick’s Day) morning – nothing like music to raise vibes and create peace and harmony anywhere, anytime. Thank you.

  8. Mistress Didi* Says:

    Just lovely! Thank you again for all the day-brighteners!

  9. Glebe2037 Says:

    Nice one … I enjoyed listening to this at work today very much 🙂

  10. Ashley Bridge Says:

    I needed this today.

    Thank you for bringing me some peace.

    BOTIA

    Namaste.

  11. Doraz Says:

    I agree 100%. Beautiful! Thanks again!

  12. satyask Says:

    Nice Site…

  13. judeshaw Says:

    Beautiful words and such beautiful and peaceful music. Thanks!! I was so happy to find you on twitter. You were the very first person to comment on my blog only one hour after my very first entry. Peace and blessings to you!

  14. azoptimist Says:

    May peace be with you! Thanks!

  15. Nochipra Says:

    I absolutely love your site. You have some wonderful music and content. Please keep it up, it makes my day:)

  16. OLEG Says:

    I really like the way the each of the instruments dip into the piece and aid it on its journey. My favorite is the harpsichord.

    Thought you might enjoy this quote from Rumi, from a poem called “No Better Gift”(in the Coleman Barks translation):

    “A perfect falcon, for no reason
    has landed on your shoulder
    and become yours.”

    Be well.

  17. Rina Says:

    Thanks! You are the change and have changed my day! The piece is beautiful and the message is inspiring 🙂

  18. Susannah Says:

    I had missed this the first time round so thanks for the reminder on twitter – I have re tweeted it!

    Lovely post and music. 🙂

  19. Susan Says:

    that was beautiful! thanks for sharing. My daughter plays the clarinet and she enjoyed it as well.

  20. Mary Says:

    Wow. What? Very … something. Like it! Impressive. Thank you, magic maker!

  21. Dave Rowley Says:

    Loved this, what a gift.

    Thank you.

  22. ladyfi Says:

    Loved the pictures and the message too.

  23. Zuzanna M Says:

    Profound Wisdom in these words…I loved the presentation, it is thought provoking.
    The praying hands – what a great image! – Very well done…Thank you.

  24. Wulfgar Says:

    From tweet to blog to music…..Glad I listened to this, and glad to know ya!

  25. spinster16 Says:

    very soothing to the mind

  26. linda reiter Says:

    wow, this is really awesome! what i have seen of your website is so creative. everything just flows together and becomes total sensory experience.

  27. abha singh Says:

    very nice message……..

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