To every person, everywhere, this time of year and ever, let's bring peace and joy to all and celebrate together.
We may seem to be different We may seem to be many But at the core of all our hearts is a single human family.
Let us embrace this time of year And let us make much beauty Let us celebrate each other and the light that guides us truly.
No matter what our country No matter what our creed Cooperation is our freedom Indivisibility our need.
Though many peoples of the world see differences everywhere, The heart of beings is unfurled when unity's declared. Even in the darkness of the night, All of humankind is bright Oh when we celebrate the Light-in-Everybody, Light-in-Everybody.
On July 22 and 23, 2012, the Florence Dance Company presented a multimedia spectacle entitled Not-Two Is Peace. The performance at the Bargello Museum in Florence, Italy brought together image-art by Adi Da Samraj, original ballet by the Florence Dance Company, and live music — a dynamic exploration of the principles of world peace and prior unity as described in Adi Da's book, Not-Two Is Peace.
Part Two of the performance featured music for solo piano, composed and performed by Naamleela Free Jones, and presented here in this commemorative recording. The CD also features photographs from the performance as well as the city of Florence.
"When All Is Gone To Love" is Track 6 of the CD, Danavira: Giver of Light. This is an album of joyous holiday music for Danavira Mela, the season of Light-in-Everybody — or any time of year you’re moved to dive into an uplifting stream of devotional rhythm!
"When All Is Gone To Love" credits: Words: JoAnne Sunshine Vocals: JoAnne Sunshine and Mel McMurrin Guitar: David Epstein Flute, Keyboards: John Mackay Arranged by: John Mackay Recorded by: David Thompson, Lake County Mixed by: David Thompson and John Mackay
Our multimedia library currently contains 695
YouTube video clips and audio clips about (or related to) Adi Da and Adidam.
a video, and
an audio. Special categories of interest include:
Thanks to the many videographers who took the footage, to the many editors who
created these videos and audios, and to the 85
people and organizations who posted these videos and audios on YouTube and other places on the
Web. Special thanks to Lynne
Thompson, who did the bulk of the data entry for our audio/video database.