Sweet Mornings | Piano Music for Prayer, Meditation, Relaxation [Episode 108, October 16, 2018]

Sweet Mornings – Solo Piano Music for Prayer, Meditation, and Relaxation

Today’s interlude comes from a short, but sweet, time at the piano.  My day started very early and I was awake by 4:00 AM.   I made a small pot of coffee and tackled a few emails and projects in my business before heading out to my 5:15 AM workout with a group called “F3” (which stands for Fitness, Fellowship, and Faith).   It was a hot, humid, sticky morning outside but the workout and fellowship were great as always.   Once I returned home I cooled off a bit and sat down and played this interlude.

As I played I felt a sense of sweet, tender peace.  It was as if there was calm in my heart.  The melody that came forth during this recording was lyrical and I hope that it carries you to a sweet place as well.

This is a fairly short interlude at only 5:30.   It’s a great way to take a quick break in your busy day and just be still.   Perhaps as you listen, you can just close your eyes and relax.  You may wish to pray or express gratitude for the blessings in your life.

I do hope that you enjoy it.

Fred

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