Have you ever heard a song that you connected with so much it felt like the artist was singing directly to you? Have you ever had that experience with your own source of creativity – a yearning, a calling deep inside of you to do something you’ve always wanted to do like write, paint, or start a project that you thought was “crazy”?
In Lois Fein’s new CD, STEP INTO THE WATER, she reminds us that even if our lives are hectic and stressful or it seems to be filled with problems, we are always connected to our Source – that clear, still voice inside that urges us “to create” whether it be to make art, start a business, or to do that thing that we always dreamed of doing but put off because we didn’t have “enough time” or “enough talent” or we were concerned what others would think.
Lois Fein’s thought-provoking, inspirational messages can be found throughout her songs especially in “Dialogue With Joan of Arc” and “Step into the Water.” In “Dialogue With Joan of Arc” we are reminded of the value of deepening our connection with the Source. Our relationship is a personal one that needs to be brought to the forefront of our lives versus having it in the background.
In “Step into the Water" we are urged to overcome either real or imagined obstacles, and to take that first step towards realizing our dream. Lois Fein’s CD, STEP INTO THE WATER, is a modern-day call to action that echoes Goethe’s famous words: “Whatever you do, or dream you can, begin it. Boldness has genius and power and magic in it.”