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Quote of the Week
”Be the change you want to see in the World.”
— Mahatma Gandhi

I may change the name and title of the series, but this is episode one f me meeting my biological family for the first time in the Philippines!!!


Across the globe, in every culture, within every person, we all share one thing in common, the heart beat. This song celebrates the heart beat and how it's shared among many people. With respect, the singing varies from Indonesia and the Maasai in Kenya. The song the children are singing is a religious song filled with clapping hands. The opening instrument is known as a berimbau. This instument is said to have roots in Africa and was brought over to Brazil during the slave era. Players would hit a metal cord that could run from 4ft-6ft long and keep the beat with a calabash for the resonator. The bamboo sounds you hear comes from an Indonesian style of gamelan known as gamelan jegog. Well known in Bali, Indonesia.
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Thank you!!! Maraming Salamat po!