Jaco ten Hove
Singing the Journey uses our Six Sources as organizing themes, as shown in the sections of the Table of Contents. “The Living Tradition we share draws from many sources,” so come with me now on a short spiritual romp through these six sections as I draw only from the song titles in each section to create Haiku-like poems, to honor the inclusive breadth and creativity of both our Living Tradition and this collection of tunes for Singing the Journey…
When Our Heart Is in a Holy Place There’s a River Flowin’ in My Soul.
In My Quiet Sorrow, Comfort Me, Breaths.
When I Am Frightened Open My Heart; Morning Has Come.
Standing on the Side of Love, I Know I Can Open the Window.
Love Knocks & Waits for Us to Hear The Fire of Commitment. Woyaya!
Come and Go with Me, Building Bridges When the Spirit Says Lean on Me.
Freedom is Coming, Filled with Loving Kindness.
Hush, There Is a Balm in Gilead.
Shall We Gather at the Rivers of Babylon?
We Begin Again in Love; Be Thou with Us.
As We Sing of Hope and Joy, May Your Life Be As a Song.
Ours Be a Religion All Around the Child.
We Are The Oneness of Everything.
Let This Be a House of Peace, For So the Children Come.
Evening Breeze Rising Green, Mother I Feel You On the Dusty Earth Drum.
Turn the World Around, Mother Earth, Beloved Garden, Blue Boat Home.
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Last updated on Monday, February 25, 2013.
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