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Youtube Videos by Laura Berryhill
|"The Giving Song" by Laura Berryhill is performed by Laura Berryhill and Anton Mizerak. It celebrates the flow of generosity in community and nature, allowing us to step forward and be part of that interconnected spirit. Written by Laura Berryhill. This live recording featuring Laura Berryhill on vocals and Anton Mizerak Mizerak on keyboards and vocals was on April 18, 2021 at Center for Spiritual Living Rogue Valley. Time: 3:19.|
|"If You Could See/Hosanna" by Laura Berryhill is performed by Laura Berryhill and Anton Mizerak. Originally inspired by a Palm Sunday message delivered by (now retired) minister Tom Catlin of Unity Church in Prescott, AZ, this song speaks of Jesus' journey into Jerusalem and the possibilities held within that journey, for all of us. Recorded live at Center for Spiritual Living Rogue Valley. Time: 4:00.|
|"Nothing, Everything" Words and music (c) Laura Berryhill A song for embracing the upcoming unknown with equanimity and acceptance. After all, that strategy worked for the Buddha.. Recorded live at Center for Spiritual Living Rogue Valley. Time: 3:30.|
|"'Til We See" words and music (c) Laura Berryhill. Inspired by a twilight walk at Elsa Rupp Nature Preserve in Mount Shasta, CA. Performed by Anton Mizerak on keyboards and vocals and Laura Berryhill on vocals on February 13, 2022 at the Center for Spiritual Living Rogue Valley. Time 3:15.|
|"Hey Freedoom" Words and music (c) Laura Berryhill Inspired by the new Juneteenth Holiday and the centuries long struggle of peoples around the world to achieve self determination and personal self-empowerment. First performed on Juneteenth at the Rogue Valley Center for Spiritual Living by Laura Berryhill and Anton Mizerak. Time: 3:38.|
|"Quiet Truth" Words and Music by Laura Berryhill. A song about finding peace from within on our journey through life. In the chorus, the Sanskrit chant "Om shanti, shanti, shanti, om" acts a s an encouraging mantra to give us stamina and hope on our quest. Recorded at Center for Spiritual Living Rogue Valley. Anton Mizerak and Laura Berryhill musicians. Bill Miner executive video producer. Tom Fredricks live sound. Time: 4:25.|
|"Hubha is na Hoirean Hubha" is a traditional mermaid song in Scots Gaelic.
In this song the mermaid leaves her beloved behind to return to the sea.
Recorded at the the Center for Spiritual Living Greater Las Vegas in November 2011.
Laura Berryhill vocals; Anton Mizerak keyboards.