|Posted by Rosie Huart on November 26, 2009 at 6:00 AM|
Harps of Grace playing their Christmas Concert
Inside the beautiful St. Leonard's in Centerville, Ohio
Art isn't necessarily what I paint, write, create or craft. There is an art to living that requires attention and intention. It is in the everyday musings and happenings that make me notice my thoughts and feelings. There is an art to how I respond.
Tonight I traveled to listen to the beautiful sounds of harps. There is a group of local harpists in Dayton who have a desire to play and perform together. It was very obvious what their intention was this evening. They call themselves Harps of Grace.
As I drove home I was thinking about the gift of sounds and all 'sounds around' from soft winds swirling, music playing on the radio, the laughter of children, words that give sound to voice, heels clicking on the pavement and on and on. I thought of all the sounds I take for granted, but tonight I gave my attention to the beautiful sound of harps and my intention was to be grateful for this particular sound.
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