David Coverdale – Only My Soul (1978)

Lyrics
Only my soul, stops me crying,
Wondering why I feel alone.
And only my love keeps me from
Weeping, so bad,
Giving me strength, to carry on


Lead me on thro’ restless waters,
Walk with me along the way.
Live the moment, and tomorrow.
For the Lord will take it all
On judgment day.
Broken dreams lay all around me,
Sad eyed children of despair.
Whispered voices in the distance
Call me on to who knows where.

Lead me on thro’ restless waters,
Walk with me along the way.
Live the moment, and tomorrow.
‘Cause the Lord will take it all on judgment day,
And the Lord will take it all on judgement day.

Hear me crying out for love.
Hear me crying out for love.
I’ll never let you know it,
I can only show it in my song.
Only my soul.
Hear me crying out for love.
Hear me crying out for love.
I’ll never let you know it,
I can only show it in my song.
Only my soul

My new piece “Shadow” up at Free Verse Revolution #prose poem #poetry #short prose — Short Prose

My new piece, “Shadows” up at Free Verse Revolution.

My indecipherable shadow on that faraway beach. You talked to it. I did not hear what you said because I wasn’t there. I was…

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My new piece “Shadow” up at Free Verse Revolution #prose poem #poetry #short prose — Short Prose

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The Purpose of the Mysteries

Via: https://didanawisgi.tumblr.com/post/156240608783/the-purpose-of-the-mysteries

“We shall understand little of the purpose of Masonry unless we know that of the older systems out of which it issued. That purpose was to promote and expedite the spiritual evolution of those who desired the regeneration of their nature and were prepared to submit to the necessary discipline. Thus the work of the Ancient Mysteries was something vastly more serious and momentous than merely passing candidates through a series of formal rites as we do to-day. Their great buildings, which still survive, were assuredly not erected at such immense labour and skill merely to provide convenient meeting-places, like our modern Lodge premises, at which to administer a formal rite at the end of a day devoted to business and secular pursuits . The mass of Initiation literature and hieroglyphs available to us reveals how drastic and searching was the work to which candidates were subjected under the expert guidance of Masters who had previously undergone the same discipline and become competent to advance their juniors. (cont. page 2)