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Today’s Miracle

Up at 5 a.m. and by 8 a.m., I knew a miracle would happen today. And it did! At noon, I connected with a Musicwoman on Facebook who expressed interest in the first International Musicwomen Festival & Conference.  At first, she inquired about performing but I asked her for email, so I could send the attendee and partnership packages, and then, I asked her to call me, which she did from near Malibu, California.  We chatted about our musical lives and I told her that, since October, when conference registration began, no one had registered because it appears that few women musicians can afford the registration fee.  She said, “Well, I’m going to register!” And I had to stop in my negative tracks and turn around to hear the positivity in her voice.rahda1

Still, unbelieving in my own dream, I listened, hoping that she would register, though I’d given her some reasons why I thought women were not registering, including that all women musicians wanted to know was how they could be hired to perform.  She said, “I’m not trying to get hired.”  And I had to STOP, again, and listen to what she was saying.

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Then, after we’d discussed our musical lives some more, that we both had a song book, and we both offered workshops on music, I said to her, “Do me a favor.  Please register. You will be the primer for our registration process as the first registrant.”  She replied, “I’m doing it right now!”

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Then, after we’d discussed our musical lives some more, that we both had a song book, and we both offered workshops on music, I said to her, “Do me a favor.  Please register. You will be the primer for our registration process as the first registrant.”  She replied, “I’m doing it right now!”

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And so, our first IMWFC attendee registered, today, at a little after noon EST, and the conference is on a roll! Welcome, Radha Botofasina! Listen to Radha’s music!

Now, this message I got in an email prompted me to write this blog:

A Vision for the Positive Side 

We see a world where positive thinking and speaking are the norm; where we all understand that our thoughts have a direct effect on our experiences, and, as a result, when one of us is saying something that we wouldn’t really want to manifest, something that obviously doesn’t serve us or anybody else, that we are “gently nudged” by our friends and neighbors to take a closer look at what we are creating with our everyday thoughts and words. Then, since we know that this “gentle nudging” is meant in the spirit of helpfulness and good intent, we stop for a moment, just long enough to reevaluate our thinking, and turn our thoughts around to the positive.

We see everyone gently keeping everyone else awake and aware of what we are creating with the amazing tool that we call our imagination – and that we are putting our imagination to its highest and best use for the benefit of ourselves, the Earth, all her people, and all beings everywhere. [Source]

One Last Note

I asked Radha where she was from.  “New York,” she replied, quickly. “I’m from New York, too!”

I said. “Where?”
“Brooklyn,” she replied. “Where are you from?” She asked.
“Queens,” I told her.
“Where?” She inquired.
“South Ozone Park,” I said.
“What street?” She asked.
“Inwood Street,” I said.
“What number?” She asked.
“119-04 Inwood Street,” I replied.
“I lived at 126-___ Inwood Street, as a child,” she said.
Flabbergasted, I said, “Oh, my goodness, God/Goddess/All That Is arranged this all!
Then, she said, “I went to St. Clement’s for grammar school.”
And I said in my elevated voice, “I went there, too! How old are you?”

Turns out we were there at the same time! She’s a Gemini and I’m a Sagittarius and we have bonded, completely!

The Universe is blessing MUSICWOMEN abundantly!
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Oh, and many thanks to Najla who introduced me to Radha on Facebook and www.CDbaby.com/radha. Great job! Now, let’s get the other 249+ women signed up!!!

Love and Light,

Diva Joan Cartwright

 

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