“The Keys to Your Heart” by Orup (1991)

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The Lord Is My Chef Sunday Music, 03 March 2019

It’s a very beautiful Sunday, the first in this month of March.

I have been thinking of so many other songs that best capture our reflection for the Sunday gospel which is about education of the heart when Jesus said, “A good person out of the store of goodness in his heart produces good, but an evil person out of a store of evil produces evil; for from the fullness of the heart the mouth speaks” (Lk.6:45).

Our heart is the core of our person and that is why it is called “corazon” in Spanish from the Latin “cor”.  And the best way to understand it is to simply feel what is inside.

Can we really look inside one’s heart as David Benoit said?

The French mathematician and philosopher Blaise Pascal wrote that “the heart has its own reasons that the mind can never understand.”

Another Frenchman, the aviator and writer Antoine de St. Exupery expressed in his book “The Little Prince” that “what is essential is invisible to the eye; it is only with the heart one can truly see.”

And so, I have decided this Sunday to share with you the music of the Swedish pop singer Orup (Thomas Eriksson) called “The Keys to Your Heart” released in 1991.  I can’t find its lyrics but that’s the key to our heart – just feel the music and enjoy!


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