Mark Twain once said, “Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness…” and with this inspiration, we invite you to take a musical trip with us to the land of Burkina Faso in West Africa. This country’s name translates to “Land of honest men” and I have never been more inspired by any place in my life. Some of the world’s poorest people are also among the happiest and we can all learn from this reality. This year let’s all take better care of each other as a human race and let the music open our minds and our hearts. Check out this song titled, “Djigui” meaning “hope,” written and performed by Salif Diarra along with Massa Dembelé, Noumassan Dembelé, and Soumana Coulibaly.

Turn it up and together we can change the world one heart and one song at a time.

Featured Musicians:
Salif Diarra: kamale ngoni
Massa Dembelé: kora
Noumassan Dembelé: balafon
Soumana Coulibaly: drums and calabash

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The Adventure

Our intent is to build a network of people who are promoting and believing in a more enlightened and joy filled future for the planet based on living compassionately with kindness to all.   

 

Please join us.

Together we can bring together a group of people to promote and believe in a more enlightened future for the planet. We will shift the habit of thinking in terms of problems to a focus on a path of hope and optimism. We will encourage replacing anxiety with appreciation - replacing fear with faith and confidence in our ability to create positive solutions to each challenge we discover. We will keep you advised.

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