Prayer Station and Village Night with Gustaff Besungu

The diversity in the human family should be the cause of love and harmony, as it is in music where many different notes blend together in the making of a perfect chord.
(Abdu’l-Baha, Paris Talks, p. 53)

Gustaff BesunguDear friends!

What nurtures your soul? What makes your heart tender? Prayer, music, fellowship, tea poured in peace, cake shared with a smile? Whatever the answer might be, sharing songs and prayers with friends gets us all closer to the Creator and recharges us for days ahead ahead.

I invite you and your loves ones, two weeks from now, on Saturday, October 30th, at 7:30 pm, to a very special Musical Prayer Station and presentation of songs and music with the African Drum (Djembe), story telling and traditional dance with Gustaff Besungu. To support the artist, an optional donation of $5-$10 is suggested.

Gustaff Besungu is a performer who hails from a lineage of drum players. Born and raised in Cameroon-West Africa, he brings to life a unique blend of traditional rhythms with music from around the world. He has performed with the Baha’i World Centre Choir (Haifa, Israel), Alma-Latina (Norman, Oklahoma), The Light Combo (An Acoustic trio in Oklahoma), and with many other musical groups and individuals. His most recent collaboration is with Ali Youssefi and Pam Hill on a project known as Music for the Soul. He travels and shares aspects of Cameroonian culture through storytelling, drumming, dancing and singing. His familiarity with audiences—be it in schools, universities, major theatrical productions or in the comforts of a home—is far ranging. His uplifting voice and captivating spirit is an enjoyable experience for people of all ages and backgrounds.

He is the author of two books:

You don’t want to miss this! And you should tell your friends about it too!

What: Musical Prayer Station – Village Night with Gustaff Besungu
When: Saturday, October 30th at 7:30 pm

Please let me know if you plan on coming so I can plan the size of the cake!

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