The city started putting up the Christmas decorations around Tuesday of last week. They still haven’t finished though, because I remember more color in the decorations (all they have up now is white lights). I’m ready for Christmas time … although I do want it to take it’s time to get here too. Today our church, LWWC, had a thanksgiving supper thing. There was so much food. I had a good time.

Anywho, this post will be short. I don’t have much on my mind right now.

I was checking out Fox, and came across this traitor living in America. For some reason, I’m not sure why he’s still in America, especially when Newdow says bogus crap like this: “I’m a minister of the First Amendmist Church of True Science and I can’t raise funds or anything else because all the coins say that we believe in God, and that’s completely against our principals.” For information on where the phrase “In God We Trust” came from, check this out. I guess this song by Pillar, Indivisible, should be played to this guy. Here’s the greatest lyrics:

The other day I saw the news somebody else complaining
They want the motto taken off of the Benjamin Franklin
They got a problem with my God and that I believe in it
But the don’t got a problem with the money when they spend it
They’re so offended by 4 words that need no explanation
In GOD we trust the motto of this greatest nation
Not just a motto but something that we truly believe
If you don’t like it you can pack a bag and you can leave

Micheal Newdow, take notice … pack your bags and leave if you don’t like those 4 words. End of story. Goodness … next he’ll be trying to get “creator” taken out of the Declaration of Independence. Pretty sad. Something else that’s really ticked me off is this. Personally I wasn’t going to join, so I just didn’t talk to them when they were at my school … but never would I have tried to kick them out. Treason. That’s the crime. Sadly, they won’t do the time.

Here’s a new song by Plumb called “Cut” from her new CD Chaotic Resolve (which is where this posts title came from).

Not a stranger, no I am yours
Crippled anger and tears that still drip sore
Fragile frame aged with misery
When our eyes meet, I know you see

[ Course ]
I do not want to be afraid
I do not want to die inside just to breathe in
I’m tired of feeling so alone
Relief exists I find it when … I am cut

I may seem crazy, I’m painfully shy
These scars wouldn’t be so hidden
If you would just look me in the eye
I feel alone here and cold here
Oh, I dont want to die
But the only anesthetic makes me feel anything kills inside

[ Course ]

I am not alone,
I am not alone

Not a stranger, no I am yours
Of crippled anger and tears that still drip sore

I do not want to be afraid
I do not want to die inside just to breathe in
I’m tired of feeling so alone
Relief exists I found it when … I was cut

It’s an awesome song. Almost all Christian music has such deep lyrics, maybe that’s why I listen to it all the time. With that, I leave.

4 Replies to “Relief”

  1. hey justin…well…ur blog is so meaningful…n i kinda learnt some lessons just the first time i scanned thru ur entries…well…cool!=)….hehs…get to noe ya better ehs..anyways…nice blog!!!!!


  2. I love that song, šŸ™‚ I just heard it last night and was searching for the lyrics (ur site came up first) anyways! i love christian music too!

  3. Love that song also and was searching for it via the lyrics. As with Kristyn, your blog came up first.
    I think I will have a look around.
    Keep up the good writing!

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