I. A mere breeze stirs the leaves of an oak, and palm trees sway. II. Around the world, children, who have not yet learned to mourn, skip along, levitating in the freedom of themselves as music plays that only their ears can hear. III. Each day the earth whirls like a swirling dervish, and monks chant, and nuns pray in the pulse of their rosaries, and the harmonious heart retains its rhythm.