the language of the divine

“As everybody has said, music has no language. So, definitely, there’s a special power to reach the divinity. Music is the only way.”
Rajesh Vaidhya

Worship happens whenever and wherever people like Rajesh Vaidhya realize that what they’re doing is connected to the whole of creation. I see a lot of people worshiping in this video, all of them outdoors or on the street. (I wonder if the camera operators were able to focus on their work and also on the wonder of the moment?)

http://playingforchange.com/player/widget.swf?episode=34

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About liberalreligiongetsloud

Contemporary Music and Worship Director (retired), First Unitarian, Albuquerque NM
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