He who flees at the right time can fight again


He who flees at the right time can fight again


Something else, see tags, from a to z, bands/singer’s, I listen to all of them, cool isn’t it?

Back to topic: When escaped on the right time, you can (make) love again.


“The Reason”



I’m not a perfect person
There’s many things I wish I didn’t do
But I continue learning
I never meant to do those things to you
And so I have to say before I go
That I just want you to know

I’ve found a reason for me
To change who I used to be
A reason to start over new
and the reason is you

I’m sorry that I hurt you
It’s something I must live with everyday
And all the pain I put you through
I wish that I could take it all away
And be the one who catches all your tears
Thats why I need you to hear

I’ve found a reason for me
To change who I used to be
A reason to start over new
and the reason is You

and the reason is You [x3]

I’m not a perfect person
I never meant to do those things to you
And so I have to say before I go
That I just want you to know

I’ve found a reason for me
To change who I used to be
A reason to start over new
and the reason is you

I’ve found a reason to show
A side of me you didn’t know
A reason for all that I do
And the reason is you


Writer(s): Chris Hesse, Douglas Robb, Daniel Estrin, Markku Lappalainen
Copyright: WB Music Corp.


BEINGS/THINGS FOR WHICH I GIVE THANKS
November 5, 2014 by separateholy
For Nov. 5
“Edgar” – in 6th grade I wanted to be called Eddie (had girlfriend “Edie”),
Dad said no; I’m glad

Please be prepared

November 4, 2014 by separateholy

P C (political correctness) is preparing the world for the anti-christ.
As truly as Christ is coming, the anti-christ is coming.  PREPARE.
Prepare to rejoice with Christ.  Prepare to reject the anti-christ.
(And prepare so you are not surprised which one comes first.)

Redefining Patience


When we were all just kids,our parents would often tell us or demand of us, “Patience, we will be there soon.” But even if we were of the age and could tell time, it still had no meaning, like the week before Christmas, which  felt like a torturous month. But each time we asked, “Is Santa here yet?” patience was the word that filled the void of a proactive response. As adults, rather we are counting down the days to our long overdue vacation or for any other joyous pursuits, we often consider  patience, as our only consolation

But patience has a darker side, sinister for its ability to hide, clever in its disguise, fooling us into believing, it is an attribute – that as an adult is no longer of good use – so we follow the drumbeat of Right Now, then years later we wonder how, still left standing at the start..

Do not stop its use… patience

But as we learn and teach ourselves to think bigger thoughts, imagine bigger dreams, and even though, there is a prize we are eyeing, capturing the prize becomes of small favor…. because redefining patience, and understanding the new definition, nourishes our inner peace  – minimizing the need of gratification for the  individual self,  if we do not see  the rewards or recognition for our contribution, but not making the contribution –  bested by patience – is a loss for generations.

Redefining patience, should be demonstrated in its use when spoken to our youth, “Be patient, here’s a good book,” or  “Why don’t we draw,” so that they learn at an early age, that patience is not doing nothing, but actually taking steps to something great.
redefining patience

The Neighborhood is different and we actually believe that its difference is meant to find solutions, that our leaders and communities have – understandably – found elusive. But the violent  rumblings in Chicago, Ferguson, Philadelphia and others –  remind us of the late 80s, when crime among our children, decimated entire communities.

On November 16, The Lost Generation will debut. Entertainment as our foundation will always seek to break new ground, but we have initiated The Neighborhood discussions via open conference calls, and will continue until the series concludes, producing  the first community-wide collaboration of an original series.

If we are patient and listen and speak and think, when the thrilling performance is over, Generations may double as a template for real life solutions.

– Kendall F. Person

source


With patience you can persuade a ruler, and a soft tongue can break bones (source)
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