Two Latest Pieces

  Life can bring changes, upheavals, even small changes that can seem not so small, but whatever those changes, there is comfort to be found in a spiritual life.  I hope you enjoy these pieces as with all my material it is registered with ASCAP.  As always, until I have Read more…

Salvation From….

  When it comes to Jesus, you have three different views on who he was, and this has brought the greatest division among the three children of Abraham, a sibling rivalry of sorts and then within, you have the further sibling rivalries for different reasons.  Then you have the secular Read more…

Religious Liberty Lost

http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2015/sep/22/religious-liberty-an-alarming-new-era-for-religiou/    http://thefederalist.com/2015/04/21/religious-freedom-is-not-dangerous-but-losing-it-is/  http://mosaicmagazine.com/essay/2015/08/the-decline-and-fall-of-religious-freedom-in-america/ I understand the seeking of society to create one where there is no discrimination, where everyone feels comfortable etc.., a utopia with unicorns etc.. For one, that is not realistic, as life is not a utopia, feeling do get hurt, we are supposed to use discrimination Read more…

Songs Past and Present

These are songs I wrote past and present. Pray for Me Tonight my friend and artist Kim Kalesti recorded.  I wrote that after a harrowing night of fibro pain etc… I have also included a meditation.  Enjoy.  I hope you consider supporting this blog.  – Most things except for the Read more…

Lemonade Out of My Lemon

Life has me in sort of a lemon situation right now.  In what sense?  In the artistic sense, in that I don’t have a space where I can really let loose with my vocals etc.. as an artist. Here is my lemon situation at present, but which I am believing Read more…

Choice or “Destiny”?

Sometimes we as intuitive have very interesting impressions come to us in prayer and meditation and when you find yourself feeling that there are potentially two roads, two choices coming up in front of you, one that is a choice your heart has made, the other something that is “destiny” Read more…

Why Synagogue, Why Judaism?

I grew up in an Italian-American family, so you can guess I grew up Catholic, went to Catholic school, though trying to get me to go to church was not an easy task.  I prayed and I was partial to certain saints, such as St. Anthony, St. Therese, the Little Read more…

What I Value Most

This week I have attended several Hadassah events and as I did I was reflective of what is important to me, what I value in life.  I think it’s important to periodically take stock of that for ourselves.   As I reflected and reflect on this I realized the things Read more…