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Nice, Sop. Anyway, I found the lyrics:
You can spend your whole life building something from nothing
One storm can come and blow it all away
Build it anyway
You can chase a dream that seems so out of reach and you know it might not ever come your way
Dream it anyway
God is great, but sometimes life ain’t good
And when I pray it doesn’t always turn out like I think it should
But I do it anyway, I do it anyway
This world’s gone crazy and it’s hard to believe that tomorrow will be better than today
Believe it anyway
You can love someone with all your heart, for all the right reasons, and in a moment they can choose to walk away
Love ’em anyway
You can pour your soul out singing a song you believe in that tomorrow they’ll forget you ever sang
Sing it anyway, sing it anyway
I sing, I dream, I love, anyway
Y’all ever read “Candid” by Volatair?
Jus’sayin…. I do it “anyway” too, but less from a lack of faith in The Big Man in the Sky than mainly ’cause it keeps me outta McDonald’s with a rifle.
I don’t suck it up and carry on because God The Almighty might be busy elsewhere, but because the Powerful Peoples behave as if they were created in that Image.
Anyway…. hope God stays busy this hurricane season.
I have Editilla. I prefer Kierkegaard myself.
So we carry on because it beats the hell out the alternative.
Editilla: Hello from Tampa, FL. I haven’t read “Candid” by Volatair, but I will today.
I’m getting the feeling from your reply that “…Powerful Peoples behave as if they were created in that image,” that you’ve dealt (and maybe continue to deal with?) people who have a Godlike complex? I know exactly how you feel and, unfortunately, there are alot of such people out there like this; they’ve “lost touch” w/the little people in the world (and very often it’s the little people who put them where they are today, but, after they get rich and famous, they develop amnesia). It’s sinful.
And, hey, take a minute and just smile for yourself. Tx for enlightening me to “Candid.” I’m sure you’re going to teach me something yet.
P.S. I forgot to say that I love the “Anyway” song by Martina McBride. I understand and appreciate it even more now that Nowdy put it down verbatim for us.
Just discovered your blog and IT ROCKS! I absolutely love your style – it’s very authentic.
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOwweeeeeeeeeeeeee Dear ipad : I’m glad you searched us out and picked us up here at the home of the world champion SlabbedNation; so now “don’t touch that dial” if you want to hear and contribute TRUTH as Our Lord meant it to be spoken.Wecome aboard and happy blogging–OOOOOOOOwweeeeeeeee
I am on the same page as Editilla reading Voltaire’s ” Candid “; as Sop reading Kierkegaard. So it is that I find Cevantes’ “Don Quixote” defining of the present quandary we find ourselves faced with: an entitlement class of narcissists leading us with a broken moral compass.
In my opinion, the SlabbedNation has a certain “Quixotic” dream quality, some might describe as idealistic, some might qualify as impractical or unrealistic; these are good things. And it is the debates here in this forum that ipad pointedly decribed as authentic, a term I believe truly complements the efforts of Sop and Nowdy and all the other Quixote’s behind the scene.
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