This conversations with Wayne Dyer is quite incredible and we could all learn something from what he shares. Via Awaken: http://ift.tt/2DmM2Ax by Ray Hemachandra: I love talking to Wayne Dyer. First of all, the breadth and...
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"Life is 10% what happens and 90% how you take it." Taking the time to see our reactions helps us move beyond our outdated fears. Practicing positive reactions changes your life, and the world. #goteamhumango
Dedicated to those trying to find their passion...
That thing you do, after your day job, in your free time, too early in the morning, too late at night. That thing you do when you're all alone and there's no-one to impress, nothing to prove, no money to be made, simply a passion to pursue. That's it. That's your thing. That's the thing you must, must do.
41/55 'Letter to Africa' (2011)
Day 41! It's a sad day to hear of the passing of Jazz great Hugh Masekela from South Africa. Boo. Much love Masekela. I saw him in Johannesburg on my birthday a few years back. It was incredible. I had an amazing trip to South Africa and that was one of the first things I did. Music and dancing were fabulous. The night was surreal. This was a song called 'Letter to Africa' I put together that was inspired by his show about the history of South Africa. This song was inspired by the beauty and the love of South Africa, it's landscape and most of all, it's people. The song is all me, acapella and the claves. Claves are one of the oldest instruments that were ever made, two bones clinking together to make a sound. Thank you Hugh Masekela for your beautiful music and for inspiring me to make mine.