Guitars and yellow tights make great accessories..
Love, Cecili xx
where my hippies at??
Cecili - “The Hippie Song"
“About midnight Paul and Silas were praying and singing hymns to God, and the other prisoners were listening to them. Suddenly there was such a violent earthquake that the foundations of the prison were shaken. At once all the prison doors flew open, and everyone’s chains came loose” (Acts 16:25–26, NIV)
Paul and Silas were put in jail for spreading the good news. It wasn’t fair. They were beaten with rods without a trial. It was unjust. As they sat in the prison, bloody, bruised and uncomfortable, they began to sing praises to God. As they were singing praises to God, all of the sudden, there was a great earthquake. The prison doors flung open, the chains fell off, and they walked out as free men. What happened? They praised their way to victory!
Friend, if you’re going to live in victory, you have to know how to praise in your midnight hour — when things seem the darkest, when you’re in pain, disappointed, lonely or experiencing a loss. When you praise Him no matter what, that’s when God can enter your situation. That’s when He can break your chains and set you free!
Remember, a sacrifice of praise is when it costs you something, when you don’t necessarily feel like doing it. Praise Him, not because of how you feel, but because He is worthy! Praise Him in your midnight hour and get ready to embrace the freedom He has planned for you!
fractals are fun. somewhere in the stacks of my filled journals i’ve written a song about this..
You say, “I am allowed to do anything”—but not everything is good for you. And even though “I am allowed to do anything,” I must not become a slave to anything
1 Corinthians 6:12
playing a solo show at Atl’s very own Pa'ls Lounge, come see me.
Listening to Thievery Corporation and Massive Attack on the way home…
@dajmusic83 @erikajanaeg Chris Irvin et moi #aftershow #B8NG INC!! Collective (Taken with Instagram)
circa 2010. Brooklyn, NY
“Shakedown” - Cecili
I played a street show yesterday in East Atlanta, it was just what i needed, connection to the community are vital for my work as a musician. This adventure led me to new friendships with local shop owners and passersby, and filled a space in my heart.