Happiness: Japanese Artists Meet American Jazz

As Elias Tona from Venezuela improvised on his 6-string bass guitar and Koki Sugita and Keisuke Teshima created in-the-moment works of art, no one was sure whether the music helped create the art or art helped inspire the music.

Maura4u – Where’s Your Country Road?

“Take me home, country roads. ” ~ John Denver 

John Denver wooed us home with him on the country roads of West Virginia.

However, Denver’s popular cross-over song struck a far more personal chord in all his listeners’ hearts when it debuted on the charts in 1971. We knew, as he did, that there remains a place in the heart that we all call home. Whether we’re in a bustling city, a small town or somewhere in the wide open expanse of the West, we know we’re arrived at it when our heart feels happy and at rest.

Home is wherever we find our peace. 

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All of us can find that space of serenity – no matter where we are. For more inspirational videos, blogs,

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