It’s Hard To Dance When You Don’t Hear The Music

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To my friend who is an atheist:

I used to think somewhat as you do, so I know something of  “where you are”.
“Late in life”, I discovered something that “works” infinitely better.
It is said that those who dance are considered insane by someone who doesn’t hear the music. 
Like many older men and women who were, unlike me, actually brilliant and talented,
I began to hear The Music.  It became clearer, and then it began to move my limbs.
It’s like not being able to hear a dog-whistle, but you can tell that a dog does, because you can see its reaction when it is used.
God’s music is like that, and what complete and utter JOY there is in dancing to it!
My hope is that you will hear it, whether it begins faintly or thunders suddenly.
Whether in a voice,  a birdsong, an orchestra, windchimes, or simply an inner tune that won’t be denied.
Once you hear the pureness, the truth, in its melody, you will know what I mean, and your heart will begin its joyful dance.

Love to you.
Always.
Gloryteller

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4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. My Father's Child
    Apr 18, 2013 @ 14:15:43

    Awesome, dear cousin! I must reblog!

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  3. kingdom777
    May 09, 2013 @ 06:04:32

    Amen!
    “Ears that hear and eyes that see– the LORD has made them both.” Proverbs 20:12
    May the atheist have ears to hear the voice of God, and dance.

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