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The meaning of S.D.G. in my life...

The meaning of S.D.G. in my life...

S.D.G. Soli Deo Gloria. These 3 letters separated by a dot have been an inspiration throughout most of my adult life. I was first introduced to them when reading a J.S. Bach Biography when I lived in Spain in the early 1980s. I was 22 years old. My insatiable pursue of mastering the classical guitar with the great Spanish Masters Andres Segovia and Narciso Yepes was only equaled by an equally insatiable thirst for a deeper meaning to life.  By then, It had become clear to me that as soon as "an apparently unattainable goal " in life war reached, it was immediately replaced by a new apparently unattainable goal that needed to be accomplished with at least the same urgency as the previous one. My heart knew that there had to be more to life than a continuous pursue of dissatisfactions. I was totally convinced whe I read St. Agustine immortal saying: “Thou hast made us for thyself, O Lord, and our heart is restless until it finds its rest in thee.” A series of providential coincidences orchestrated by God himself (I invite you to hear the story here) took me by the hand and I was revived to my faith. Although I come from a Catholic cradle, my faith had been dormant. But it all changed in the Spring of 1983.  Read the full article

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