A letter came in to the Golden Age of Gaia after “Singing for Nova Earth” was posted.
Dana Mark pointed to the talent on “America’s Got Talent.”
Thank you Dana!
Recently, millions of people around the world were lifted to regions of joy together by, of all things, “America’s Got Talent”!
8 of the 10 finalists were children and young adults, Lightworkers in small bodies showering radiance (and endless vitality) like candy on a weary planet:
The Detroit Youth Choir, inner city black kids singing their gospel of triumph.
Tyler Butler-Figueroa, the 11-year-old violinist leaping around the stage, a bullied cancer survivor now filling the world with melody.
Emanne Beasha, 10-year-old opera singer, an angel come to Earth.
V.Unbeatable, street kids from Mumbai dancing and leaping from exuberant heights.
Light Balance Kids from war-torn Ukraine, weaving their delightful neon dance-magic.
The wondrous Ndlovu Youth Choir from the villages of South Africa.
And the winner Kodi Lee, the 22-year-old blind, autistic musical savant who held the whole listening world in his spell.
Even the grown-up finalists inspired – the comedian with stunted arms but an oversized heart and Voices of Service, a quartet of former military whose singing brings tears and healing to wounded warriors everywhere.
Like the beautiful Emily of the subways, from great suffering and the unlikeliest of places come a whole crop of fresh voices to awaken us in celebration of who we truly are.
Good wishes, Dana Mark
More amazing Nova Earth children:
And to play us out, Tyler Figueroa:
Don’t you worry,
don’t you worry, child.
See Heaven’s got a Plan for you.
Don’t you worry,
don’t you worry now. . .
With Many Blessings to Dana Mark
and to all our wondrous musicians!