Happy always; maybe from just feeling love within all which is abundant joy and ever flowing. Maybe the bigger our heart/vessel the more contentment and peace flows into us. They say still waters run deep. Perhaps in constant practice of stillness/ focus on giving back to the Divine who is our #OneCreator living within us and everything, that mere giving back with of course discernment, in that stillness, we can see the sun shine deeper through our very being, seeing more and more of who and what we really are; love manifested, projected in a creation of energy. Science proves all is energy and through science it is understood all we see with our physical eyes is a projection.
This once in a lifetime experience is not easy to describe in words. If I had to describe it, as I have stated on social media last year after taking the jump, is it is an exhilarating, spiritually physical experience of devouring fear! Loved every second of it. Veteran tandem skydiver described me as his most vocal in 2 decades of his skydiving career. OK I’ll take that LOL!
DILEE just released her very first cover video. This Beatles song “And I Love Her” has the tables turned when DILEE sings it as “And I Love Him.” She dedicates this to the One Creator she says she believes is within everyone.
It is due to the generosity of friend and fan Krayg who purchased a cover song and video through her record breaking crowd funding campaign which was funded in 5 weeks last fall. DILEE’s first and only crowd funding campaign was through PledgeMusic.com in time to record, release and submit to the Grammys as a new member for the very first time.
As seen on social media, some have found her cover video relaxing to listen and uplifting to sing along.
DILEE is performing live with an acoustic band Cori Jacobs, fellow Grammy member and Trevor Coppola, distant relative of Francis Ford Coppola in the Voodoo Lounge at the House of Blues, Saturday night, April 25th 6:30pm – 7:30pm. Pre-sale tickets from band members are discounted but $10 at door.
House of Blues closes their doors in July of this year after being there for almost 2 decades. The site has been approved to build a hotel and condominium complex. Catch one of the last shows at this venue EVER!