Carolyn Wing Greenlee

Harvest

Hedy and I were out walking this afternoon in the drizzle that made the air smell fresh and wonderful. I could practically feel all of Lake County letting out a collectively held breath in a sigh of relief. And harvest has come. I’ve been preparing peaches and cooking apples and cinnamon so I can freeze them for treats in the winter, celebrating the bounty of my generous peach and Granny Smith trees.

In September, I had intended to announce my secret heart’s desire project, but that was delayed due to the harvest, some emergency microcurrent and trauma release treatments needed by clients after severe injuries from stress and fires, and a bunch of health summits on brain health, cancer, GMOs, EMFs, IBS, and SIBO that required weeks to complete. The bad thing about all the free summits was the time it took every day to watch the presentations. The good thing is I now know a whole lot more about integrated healing, brain plasticity, electrical pollution, gut health, and what to do about diseases and conditions that are normally looked at as incurable. I’m planning on sending you distillations of these talks — whatever can be implemented free and might give you ideas of how to do such things as get better sleep and improve your memory.

Meanwhile, my friend Dan has been moving ahead on his own heart’s desires. Dan has been a singer/songwriter since he was 13. For the past 25 years, he has worked on my music and his own, but the songs he has been writing lately are very different from everything that has gone before. Many of you are writers, artists, musicians, lovers of all that is natural, wholesome and good. You are perfectly capable of responding to a creative piece on your own. So I’ll spare you my commentary on Dan’s new music and simply share it with you.

Blessings to all of you, my fellow travelers, sharing life on this extraordinary Earth.

All That’s Breaking Her Heart
(song for Earth)

Words and music by Dan Worley

Once I was blinded
By her light
And I wanted to reach out
And take her hand
Oh how I lived upon
The wonders she brought me on
So how can I now a be a part
Of all that’s breaking her heart?

She showed me her oceans
So deep and blue
I traveled her mountains
That’s where I found You
And oh how I’m longing for
The way that it was before
Before I knew that I’m a part
Of all that’s breaking her heart

Her beauty is on me now
Like light on the water
We touched the sands of an early time
When we would fall in…

She told me her secrets
Sacred and good
I promised to keep them
I thought that I could
But now so much time has passed
And the changes they come too fast
And I don’t want to be a part
Of all that’s breaking her heart
No, I don’t want to be a part
Of all that’s breaking her heart

6 Comments

  1. Patricia Khan

    October 3, 2018 - 8:43 AM
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    Goodness, so emotionally raw when you think of the immense challenges to earth, our home, the future’s home if she can endure. It seems there are some who do not understand the changes can eliminate all living life, not a simple elimination but painful, long, with desperate suffering for those walking on the earth. With the earths own historical changes, we add to that heavy load making change come swifter and more destructive to all living entities and earth itself. What happened to “Walk gently on the Earth.”

  2. Kathy r

    October 2, 2018 - 7:14 PM
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    Dan, Thank you so much for sharing that beautiful and inspiring message! Love to hear more like that!

  3. Darda

    October 2, 2018 - 6:51 PM
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    That’s the first time I’ve heard you sing, Dan. The song is quite poignant, I think. We are told in the. Bible that the earth is groaning, waiting for the sons of God to take their place.
    Thanks so much for sharing your music. Let’s have more, please.

  4. Mary

    October 2, 2018 - 2:59 PM
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    That’s a beauty, a true love story to Mother Earth. Really enjoyed the visual too, very poignant.
    Excellent
    Thanks for sharing

  5. Valerie Vinzant

    October 2, 2018 - 2:59 PM
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    Wow Dan, beautiful and sad.

  6. Alice

    October 2, 2018 - 2:08 PM
    Reply

    Beautiful !!!

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