Little One, From My Dream.

In nomine patris et filii et spiritus sancti.

Little one, from my dream.  You may never see the world as I see it and I may never see the world as you see it although we share this tomb of body and mind and you teach me to be strong.  I cherish your teachings and I will take them into my waking life.  You are my sister in this tomb and I am your brother.  May God shine His blessing over to you and may God lift you up when you are down.  I am here for you just as you are here for me, always will be.  We share this tomb of dreams and nothing will ever change that.  Your brother in Christ.
Amen.

Passages of, Expressions (Declaratio) Agnus Heredis.

‘We must find contentment in the pain that we will never know.’
-It is ok not to understand certain kinds of pain even though we want to relate with each other.  Ignorance is inevitable in some cases as we all have our own pain with a different story to each and every pain that we experience.  It is important to understand that empathy is often your own feeling about another person when trying to relate and is not the exact same feeling of another.  Acceptance that we all have our very own experiences is something that we learn as we grow into individuals.  It’s not necessary to experience pain that we will never understand.  For example, one may never understand the pain of losing a child.  It is ok if you cannot relate to this kind of pain as you may have never had the experience.

‘Scars weren’t meant to be covered up, they tell a story of historical accuracy.  To cover up a scar is to cover up the truth.  Uncover your scars and accept the past for what it is.  Accept that we all have scars.’
-Even though we may want to forget the negative happenings of our past it is important to recognise the truth that remains within our history.  We learn from our mistakes and our hardships.  We mustn’t let our demons dictate our lives as we face them head-on.  Everyone can remember a time when they once hurt, either physically or mentally.  We’re not alone.

 

…in continuation…

Collective Scar Truths.

A passage from, Expressions (Declaratio).
‘Scars weren’t meant to be covered up, they tell a story of historical accuracy.  To cover up a scar is to cover up the truth.  Uncover your scars and accept the past for what it is.  Accept that we all have scars.’
-Agnus Heredis

A passage from, Corinthians 12:26 English Standard Version (ESV). The Bible.  Mentioned in, Letter of His Holiness Pope Francis to the People of God.
’26 If one member suffers, all suffer together; if one member is honored, all rejoice together.’
-Paul

We Shall Fight in Space.

It was Churchill who gave the infamous “We shall fight them beaches…” speech.  Now, in 2018 we prepare ourselves for war in space.  Satellites suspected to be built for attack surround our planet as manmade islands created for military purpose pop up in the oceans.  The American continent is divided by a trade war, egos and not to mention racism and our planet is also divided by a trade war, egos and not to mention racism again, which I suspect will inevitably collapse into a great war the likes of which we have never seen before.  Tensions rise and only God knows how we will navigate the new world in the next twenty years.  Where will we be?  What will our planet look like?  What will the space surrounding Earth appear to be? And how will we ever find peace in an ever-changing scientific and technological world?  It’s up to us human beings to decide.  Us and us alone.  The children of today will become the heroes of tomorrow.  That being said, why do this to them?  Why turn them into heroes and martyrs at such a high cost?  May the universe let us find peace before we ship our young ones off to yet another war.  A war they didn’t create, a war we created for them, and a war our drunken stupor gave rise to out of ego, racism and blind assumption.

“…but tomorrow, I shall be sober whereas you will still be ugly.”
W.S. Churchill (debated)

Dave Grohl – Play

This is a great example of how music inspires human beings to thrive in social situations and as well as individuals.  I remember being a young musician working with other musicians grinding out every note, harmony and beat not caring how long it took or how niddy and griddy our fingers got.  Music can build you a foundation, even if you’re working alone in a room.  It will help you to communicate with yourself and with others as we thrust our unbreakable human selves forward into the future of time/space.  I give this video 5 out of 5 stars and consider it to be a must-see for any musician no matter age and experience.

War Condemned!

I teared up again today when I learned of a Saudi Arabian missile strike that killed dozens of children in Yemen.  I have no words to express which is why I’m keeping this post as short as possible.  All I can say is that all warmongers are condemned and I pray for the peace and wellness for families from all parts of the Earth.  Any violent offensive action is a step backwards and It’s time to realise that we all are part of the same world. This civil war of OUR planet needs to stop immediately!  I feel dead inside trying to write about this subject.  Shame on them!