Monthly Archives: February 2012

out of your comfort zone

“I can’t understand why people are frightened of new ideas. I’m frightened of old ones.” ~ John Cage

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stay right where we are?

Yesterday, after a contemporary music service, a friend said “you know, we HAVE to do this. There are too many other places people can go, if we don’t.” She’s a member of our UU congregation, but also frequents a Unity … Continue reading

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ear worm of the day: “Bird Song”

This song by the Wailin’ Jennys is stuck in my head today. I have transcribed two voices and the viola, but that third harmony just doesn’t want to come. I don’t mind listening to it over and over, though. That’s … Continue reading

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