|Sahara Peace Choir|
Sing, O heavens, shout, O depths of the earth;
break forth into singing, O mountains,
O forest, and every tree in it! Isaiah 44:23
The women come to sing.
In the cold and icy dark, we gather
to rehearse the songs of peace.
“I’m gonna lay down my sword and shield...”
Putting aside aches and pains, and serious ills,
we come to sing with that wee bit of faith,
that last urge somewhere hidden deep in the heart.
“Oh, if I could ring like a bell...”
The great Black Dome, the great mountain
hears them coming, the mountain heart leaping.
"a song of peace, for their land, and for mine...”
until we arrive, there at Black Dome’s feet,
to open our mouths and hearts for Her love,
leaving our homes with all our annoyances,
to sing, to wail, to cry out
for the world we can see, within reach.
How beautiful upon the mountains are the feet of those who publish peace. Isaiah 52:7
April 10, 2010
While yet again, maniacal leaders call for war across the world's stage, I want to remember all of us who put our minds, bodies and spirits into the call for peace.
Sahara Peace Choir has been singing songs of world peace since 2008. On Saturday, April 6th, 2 PM, we will sing another concert, "Everyone in the World", at Ten Thousand Villages in Montreat, North Carolina, at the foot of the incredible Black Dome, the highest peak in the East.
|Black Dome (Mt. Mitchell Range, North Carolina)|