Friends for the Journey

Gregory Reinauer: There's Something Here We Haven't Seen Yet...

November 26, 2020 Kathrin Gabriel-Jones , Encouragement Coach for Ministering to Ministers Foundation
Friends for the Journey
Gregory Reinauer: There's Something Here We Haven't Seen Yet...
Show Notes

Kathrin sits down with colleague and friend Gregory Reinauer, who introduces beautiful perspectives about music, conversation, and actively engaging hope in our lives. A bass musician trained at Berklee College of Music, Gregory shares how good ears support an understanding of the foundation that unites all the different strains of music within our lives.  Together, Gregory and Kathrin explore new possibilities of creativity, music, faith, and – as Gregory says - that there’s something here that we have not yet seen that is here to emerge for all of us and to be interested in that.  (A tip o’the hat to Gregory!) 

How do we face the challenges and trials of the world? Gregory stands at the edge of that question and does not flinch during a heart-warming, thought-provoking dialogue about the faith that we are part of a universe that we cannot fall out of. 

Join us for a conversation rich with laughter and inspiration.  You are in the right place, friend. Welcome.

*PostScript: I realized after our conversation that I’d mistakenly attributed “All shall be well, all shall be well, and all manner of things shall be well” to Teresa of Avila rather than Julian of Norwich. There I go being human again!

Some links to share:

Gregory Reinauer Creative Action Coaching
Crash Course for a Resilient Life
Berklee College of Music in Boston
The Casket of Dr Caligari
Joanna Macy
Teresa of Avila 

And Please note, Kathrin misquoted the phrase “All shall be well, and all shall be well, and all manner of thing shall be well.” This, along with many other fantastic quotes, is attributed to Julian of Norwich, not Teresa of Avila. (Heavens to mergetroid!)

Original links to the Pirkei Avot (Ethics of the Fathers) source for Rabbi Tarfon’s quote,  “It is not your duty to finish the work of perfecting the world), but neither are you at liberty to neglect it.”

George Kao (link to the Friends for the Journey episode) 

Dag Hammarskjöld (Link in Goodreads:  “For all that has been, thank you. For all that is to come, yes.” 

Gregory recommends the music of Melodeego. Thank you, Gregory!

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