Everyday Spirituality

Everyday Spirituality


Enjoying piano

posted by Cheryl Petersen

joy of piano book with calvinMom insisted I take piano lessons when I was a kid. I’m glad now, although it was a struggle for me to practice back then. As an adult, it relaxes me to sit down and play. I teach myself harder pieces, but will pull out easier books that I can sight-read, such as The Joy of Piano, arranged music Denes Agay.

Our cat, Calvin, likes when I play piano.

From 21st Century Science and Health, “It is a question, whether the ancient inspired healers understood the Science of spiritual healing, or whether they caught its sweet tones as the natural musician catches the tones of harmony without being able to explain them. Past healers were so divinely animated with the spirit of Science, that the lack of the letter could not impede their work. The letter without the spirit voids the healing practice.”



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