Today’s interlude was recoded early in the morning on Sunday, March 17, 2019. It’s called “Breaking of Dawn” because I could see the light peeking through my window shades as I began to record.
I shared this image on my Instagram and personal Facebook page with a caption that basically said I really “felt” this one today.
I’d just had a heartfelt conversation with my Maker. It was a vulnerable, authentic, heartfelt prayer. Some days, if I’m honest, I feel like my prayers hit a ceiling. This morning, I felt like they crashed through the ceiling and invaded heaven.
Although this interlude is in G-minor, it’s not meant to feel sad. There is something beautiful and rich about a minor key for me. Today, it just came out that way.
I hope you enjoy this episode. I usually post on Thursday but life got the best of me and I wanted to get this one out of me today.
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