July 24, 2010
Wings of Love
Some dreams, are in the night time
And some seem like yesterday
But leaves turn brown and fade
Ships sail away
You long to say a thousand words but
It feels, like it's forever
No reason for emptiness
But time just runs away
No more day by day,
You dream and yearn and see the day when
I want you
I want to feel you by my side
I need you
Don't you know I need you baby
It's been so long
I've found you yet it seems like yesterday
Belief slips away
The wings of love they come away and
People change- people change
Seasons change. I heard this one on the radio the other day. It has been such a long time. It was a big hit in 1988 for a girl group from the Bronx, New York. Sometimes we think when we get older, people change; they do, or do we become more experienced, more aware?
There is "no reason for emptiness" as the lyric goes, unless we ourself withhold what is vital in every life. The most creative, life giving and strongest sense that we're alive in this and every moment is doing what matters to us; living our loves and being the truth that we are. People do change. We grow into what we might become, or not.
I saw an interesting U Tube video in which the composer of the piece surmising that the idea of good vs bad is predetermined, or pre-attracted; that we in fact have a weight around us dragging our destiny and that there is not free will, there is not anything else. The person called this "Abraham." And ultimately this person rejects this idea of the "law of attraction' because, as he notes, what about illness, what about anything in life-- can we, and do we alone, possess the ability by simple attraction to alter events?--seasons change.