Yesterday, I saw some unexpected art, as I followed my heart.
One of the artful messages on that giant CD heart came from my heart. Could you guess, in your heart, which one it was?
More importantly, what heart-felt message might you have left on that art heart? How would you “make visible what makes your heart sing and how you carry the music of life”?
Here are two performances of music made visible on that heart (and on this heart, too):
It breaks my heart that Jonathan Larson’s big, 35-year-old heart stopped in 1996 — because of an undiagnosed tear in his aorta — a day before the debut of the musical Rent, which was the art of his heart, made visible.
A few more scenes — seen and not seen yesterday — from the heart of Boston, USA:
Where we live
there’s only now
there’s only here
no other way
no day but today.
Artful and heartful thanks to Jonathan Larson, the artists of Seen/Not Seen, Studios Without Walls, Riverway Park, Fenway Park, the cast of Rent, Idina Menzel, and you — of course! — for the heart you bring (no day but) today.