It’s always nice to meet people who share their talent.
I interviewed Jesse, and asked him to explain his method of sharing music. He talks about a book he read over twenty years ago, that helped him see how he could continue his musical interest.
“As revealed in Science, man and woman in the likeness of God, can’t help but be immortal. Though the grass seems to wither and the flower to fade, they reappear. Erase the figures which express numbers, silence the tones of music, give the human being called man and woman to the bacteria, and yet the producing, governing divine Principle lives on, in the case of people as truly as in the case of numbers and music. All this is true despite the laws of human mind which define people as mortal. Though the problems resulting from limited perspectives hide the harmony of Science, these problems can’t destroy the divine Principle of Science. In Science, our indestructibility depends on that of God, good, and follows as a necessary consequence of the immortality of good.”–21st Century Science and Health