A River Flows in YOU

Note to my essence: “Life is so precious, yet in our daily lives we are usually carried away by our forgetfulness, anger, and worries, lost in the past, unable to touch life in the present moment. When we are truly alive, everything we do or touch is a miracle. To practice mindfulness is to return to life in the present moment.” ~Thich Nhat Hahn~

cellist: Leron Zamir Forte

*Leron Zamir Forte is a rising cellist who hails from Dallas, TX. Mr. Forte has performed extensively in the southeast region as well as being a studio cellist. He has made appearances with the MTSU Symphony, the Sewanee Symphony, and Roy “Futureman” Wooten’s Black Mozart Ensemble.

*an excerpt from his website:
http://leronzamirforte.weebly.com/

2 thoughts on “A River Flows in YOU

  1. It’s not easy to truly live. There are a lot of words being written about the topic, but it’s much harder than these words seem to make be.

    Still, the song is just breathtaking, and I want to say thanks for the link 🙂

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    • I know that it can seem that way…which is why I posted this reminder to myself. 🙂 When we can find that space inside ourselves we can begin to peel away the layers of complexity and slowly embrace a reverence for life.

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