Hello friends. In this picture above I am singing to the Red Sea after a 2 week pilgrimage through Egypt which included Cairo, St. Catherine’s Monastery, and the Sinai Desert. This was in October 2006 and though I had no idea why at the time, I knew I “had to” go to Egypt and take this journey.
So, now It is with awe and joy that I recently accepted a full time music teaching position at a new school in Cairo Egypt called The International School of Egypt. The journey continues. I leave August 6.
It does also come with the sacrifice of leaving many that are very close to me – family, friends, and clients. However, I trust this opportunity is a gateway – both deeper into my own heart and the life work that continues to unfold. It is my hope that through my service to this school in this creation moment, my service to my Highest Self and all of Humanity can only expand.
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And in the meantime enjoy this beautiful poem by Hafiz.
I Have Learned So Much
So much from God
That I can no longer
A Christian, a Hindu, a Muslim,
a Buddhist, a Jew.
The Truth has shared so much of Itself
That I can no longer call myself
A man, a woman, an angel,
Or even a pure
Befriended Hafiz so completely
It has turned to ash
Of every concept and image
my mind has ever known.
From: ‘The Gift’
Translated by Daniel Ladinsky