These words make me pensive.
They make me delve deeper into myself.
There are many ways to interpret them:
in one’s work,
in another’s arms,
in a Higher Being,
in a book,
on your path in life,
in space and time,
on the waters, drifting…
losing your mind,
and in countless ways.
It is important not to ‘lose yourself.’
It is meaningful to go~ beyond yourself.
It makes a stronger relationship, if
you are you, and they are they.
Don’t go off the deep end, please!
I’d place my ‘bet’ on you being a
winner, in whatever ways you choose
to contribute to this world.
Take comfort, reach out if you need
a shoulder to lean on.
Three songs that cheer me up when I am
thinking of sad times,
1. “Go Your Own Way” by Lindsey Buckingham,
Fleetwood Mac album, “Rumours,” released
2. “I’ll Be There,” sung by the Jackson Five,
featuring Michael Jackson. This song was
written by a team known as the Corporation,
including Berry Gordy, Bob West, Hal Davis
and Willie Hutch. This was their third album,
released in 1970.
3. “With a Little Help From My Friends,”
(Written for “The Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely
Hearts Club Band” album with Ringo as
the singer, in the character of “Billy
Shears.”) Released in 1967. Joe Cocker
sang this at Woodstock in 1969. Someone
at work had thought Joe wrote it, but it
was written as a collaboration between
Paul McCartney and John Lennon. Oh, and
I had to look up this fact, now you know
too that the Beatles came BEFORE the
Try not to lose yourself in a negative
way and keep your chin up,.
I hope, mainly, you will find yourself.
Here in the colder part of the country,
I feel for the even more frigid areas,
those up North and East of us!