The Universe works in strange ways. Recorded almost three years ago, none of us could have known that when this recording was released the world would have lived through a life-altering pandemic or a tumultuous upheaval in the cultural awareness that now surrounds us. The work that opens this recording-with the words of Quaker George Fox that end with, "So be faithful, and live in that which doth not think the time long"-provides a haunting premonition regarding the time in which we live; Quaker George Fox is strangely prophetic about these days and perhaps provides a future caution for us all. The music chosen for this recording is strangely and poignantly relevant. It is our hope that all the music on this album will show us a way for living as we move forward and also give loving comfort to those who have lost loved ones.
The Universe works in strange ways. Recorded almost three years ago, none of us could have known that when this recording was released the world would have lived through a life-altering pandemic or a tumultuous upheaval in the cultural awareness that now surrounds us. The work that opens this recording-with the words of Quaker George Fox that end with, "So be faithful, and live in that which doth not think the time long"-provides a haunting premonition regarding the time in which we live; Quaker George Fox is strangely prophetic about these days and perhaps provides a future caution for us all. The music chosen for this recording is strangely and poignantly relevant. It is our hope that all the music on this album will show us a way for living as we move forward and also give loving comfort to those who have lost loved ones.
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To Hold The Light
Artist: Hill / Same Stream
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The Universe works in strange ways. Recorded almost three years ago, none of us could have known that when this recording was released the world would have lived through a life-altering pandemic or a tumultuous upheaval in the cultural awareness that now surrounds us. The work that opens this recording-with the words of Quaker George Fox that end with, "So be faithful, and live in that which doth not think the time long"-provides a haunting premonition regarding the time in which we live; Quaker George Fox is strangely prophetic about these days and perhaps provides a future caution for us all. The music chosen for this recording is strangely and poignantly relevant. It is our hope that all the music on this album will show us a way for living as we move forward and also give loving comfort to those who have lost loved ones.