Stories of the Journey Home: The Jar of Heavenly Music

Three interwoven tales:

A man, walking along a busy street, discovers a mysterious note in his pocket that he hadn’t put there…

A married couple, living on a desolate piece of land, attempt something rather peculiar to gain clarity on their situation…

An angel in heaven makes a somewhat extreme request of God…

Recorded live at Findhorn, Scotland, by Leo Sofer.

This will stay up for 2-3 months, after which time Leo Sofer takes them down and compiles CDs for sale. (

Featured at Forgotten Classics in episode 82.

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