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Post  true lilly on Fri Jun 24, 2011 3:58 pm

true lilly wrote:Isaiah 40:1-31

1
“COMFORT, comfort my people,” says the God of YOU men.
2
“SPEAK to the heart of Jerusalem and call out to her
that her military service has been fulfilled,
that her error has been paid off. For from the hand of
Jehovah she has received a full amount for all her sins.”



3
Listen! Someone is calling out in the wilderness:
“Clear up the way of Jehovah, YOU people!
MAKE the highway for our God through the desert plain straight.
4
Let every valley be raised up, and every mountain
and hill be made low. And the knobby ground must become level land,
and the rugged ground a valley plain.
5
And the glory of Jehovah will certainly be
revealed, and all flesh must see [it] together,
for the very mouth of Jehovah has spoken [it].”


6
Listen! Someone is saying: “Call out!”
And one said: “What shall I call out?”

“All flesh is green grass, and all their loving-kindness is like the blossom of the field.
7
The green grass has dried up, the blossom has
withered, because the very spirit of Jehovah has blown upon it.
Surely the people are green grass.
8
The green grass has dried up, the blossom has withered;
but as for the word of our God, it will last to time indefinite.”


9
Make your way up even onto a high mountain,
you woman bringing good news for Zion.
Raise your voice even with power, you
woman bringing good news for Jerusalem.
Raise [it]. Do not be afraid.
Say to the cities of Judah: “Here is YOUR God.”
10
Look! The Sovereign Lord Jehovah himself will
come even as a strong one, and his arm will be ruling for him.
Look! His reward is with him, and the wage he pays is before him.
11
Like a shepherd he will shepherd his own drove.
With his arm he will collect together the lambs; and in his bosom
he will carry [them]. Those giving suck he will conduct [with care].



12
Who has measured the waters in the mere hollow of his hand,
and taken the proportions of the heavens themselves with a
mere span and included in a measure the dust of the earth,
or weighed with an indicator the mountains, and the hills in the scales?
13
Who has taken the proportions of the spirit of Jehovah,
and who as his man of counsel can make him know anything?
14
With whom did he consult together that one might
make him understand, or who teaches him in the path of justice,
or teaches him knowledge, or makes him know the very way of
real understanding?


15
Look! The nations are as a drop from a bucket;
and as the film of dust on the scales they have been accounted.
Look! He lifts the islands themselves as mere fine [dust].
16
Even Leb´a·non is not sufficient for keeping a fire burning,
and its wild animals are not sufficient for a burnt offering.
17
All the nations are as something nonexistent in front of him;
as nothing and an unreality they have been accounted to him.


18
And to whom can YOU people liken God, and what likeness
can YOU put alongside him?
19
The craftsman has cast a mere molten image,
and with gold the metalworker overlays it, and silver chains he is forging.
20
A certain tree as a contribution, a tree that is not rotten, he chooses.
A skillful craftsman he searches out for himself, to prepare a carved image
that may not be made to totter.


21
Do YOU people not know? Do YOU not hear?
Has it not been told to YOU from the outset?
Have YOU not applied understanding from the foundations of the earth?
22
There is One who is dwelling above the circle of the earth,
the dwellers in which are as grasshoppers, the One who is
stretching out the heavens just as a fine gauze, who spreads them out
like a tent in which to dwell,
23
the One who is reducing high officials to nothing,
who has made the very judges of the earth as a mere unreality.


24
Never yet have they been planted; never yet have
they been sown; never yet has their stump taken root in the earth.
And one has only to blow upon them and they dry up; and like stubble
the windstorm itself will carry them away.


25
“But to whom can YOU people liken me so that I should be made his equal?”
says the Holy One.
26
“Raise YOUR eyes high up and see. Who has created these things?
It is the One who is bringing forth the army of them even by number,
all of whom he calls even by name. Due to the abundance of dynamic energy,
he also being vigorous in power, not one [of them] is missing.


27
“For what reason do you say, O Jacob, and do you
speak out, O Israel, ‘My way has been concealed from Jehovah,
and justice to me eludes my God himself’?
28
Have you not come to know or have you not heard?
Jehovah, the Creator of the extremities of the earth,
is a God to time indefinite. He does not tire out or grow weary.
There is no searching out of his understanding.
29
He is giving to the tired one power; and to the one without dynamic energy
he makes full might abound.
30
Boys will both tire out and grow weary, and young men themselves
will without fail stumble,
31
but those who are hoping in Jehovah will regain power.
They will mount up with wings like eagles.
They will run and not grow weary; they will walk and not tire out.”
Isaiah 41:1-29

1
“Attend to me in silence, YOU islands;
and let national groups themselves regain power.
Let them approach. At that time let them speak.
Let us come up close together for the judgment itself.


2
“Who has roused up [someone] from the sunrise?
[Who] proceeded in righteousness to call him to His feet,
to give before him the nations, and to make [him] go subduing even kings?
[Who] kept giving [them] like dust to his sword, so that they have been
driven about like mere stubble with his bow?
3
[Who] kept pursuing them, kept peacefully passing along on his feet
over the path [by which] he did not proceed to come?
4
Who has been active and has done [this],
calling out the generations from the start?


“I, Jehovah, the First One; and with the last ones I am the same.”

5
The islands saw and began to fear.
The very extremities of the earth began trembling.
They drew near and kept coming.
6
They went helping each one his companion,
and one would say to his brother: “Be strong.”
7
So the craftsman went strengthening the metalworker;
the one doing the smoothing out with the forge hammer
him that is hammering away at the anvil, saying regarding the soldering:
“Itis good.” Finally one fastened it with nails that it could not
be made to totter.


8
“But you, O Israel, are my servant, you, O Jacob, whom I have chosen,
the seed of Abraham my friend;
9
you, whom I have taken hold of from the extremities of the earth,
and you, whom I have called even from the remote parts of it.
And so I said to you, ‘You are my servant;
I have chosen you, and I have not rejected you.
10
Do not be afraid, for I am with you.
Do not gaze about, for I am your God. I will fortify you.
I will really help you. I will really keep fast hold of you
with my right hand of righteousness.’


11
“Look! All those getting heated up against you
will become ashamed and be humiliated.
The men in a quarrel with you
will become as nothing and will perish.
12
You will search for them, but you will not find
them, those men in a struggle with you.
They will become as something nonexistent and as nothing,
those men at war with you.
13
For I, Jehovah your God, am grasping your right hand,
the One saying to you, ‘Do not be afraid. I myself will help you.’


14
“Do not be afraid, you worm Jacob, YOU men of Israel.
I myself will help you,” is the utterance of Jehovah,
even your Repurchaser, the Holy One of Israel.
15
“Look! I have made you a threshing sledge, a new threshing instrument
having double-edged [teeth]. You will tread down the mountains and crush [them];
and the hills you will make just like the chaff.
16
You will winnow them, and a wind itself will carry them away,
and a windstorm itself will drive them different ways.
And you yourself will be joyful in Jehovah. In the Holy One of Israel
you will boast about yourself.”


17
“The afflicted ones and the poor ones are seeking for water,
but there is none. Because of thirst their very tongue has
become dry. I myself, Jehovah, shall answer them.
I, the God of Israel, shall not leave them.
18
Upon bare hills I shall open up rivers, and in the midst of
the valley plains, springs. I shall make the wilderness into a
reedy pool of water, and the waterless land into sources of water.
19
In the wilderness I shall set the cedar tree, the acacia and the myrtle
and the oil tree. In the desert plain I shall place the juniper tree,
the ash and the cypress at the same time;
20
in order that people may see and know and pay heed
and have insight at the same time, that the very hand of Jehovah has done this,
and the Holy One of Israel has himself created it.”


21
“Bring YOUR controversial case forward,” says Jehovah.
“Produce YOUR arguments,” says the King of Jacob.
22
“Produce and tell to us the things that are going
to happen. The first things—what they were—do tell,
that we may apply our heart and know the future of them.
Or cause us to hear even the things that are coming.
23
Tell the things that are to come afterward, that we may know
that YOU are gods. Yes, YOU ought to do good or do bad,
that we may gaze about and see [it] at the same time.
24
Look! YOU are something nonexistent,
and YOUR achievement is nothing.
A detestable thing is anyone that chooses YOU.


25
“I have roused up [someone] from the north,
and he will come. From the rising of the sun he will call upon my name.
And he will come upon deputy rulers as [if they were] clay and just as
a potter that tramples down the moist material.


26
“Who has told anything from the start, that we
may know, or from times past, that we may say, ‘He is right’?
Really there is no one telling. Really there is no one causing [one] to hear.
Really there is no one that is hearing any sayings of YOU men.”


27
There is one first, [saying] to Zion: “Look! Here they are!”
and to Jerusalem I shall give a bringer of good news.


28
And I kept seeing, and there was not a man;
and out of these there was also no one that was giving counsel.
And I kept asking them, that they might make a reply.
29
Look! All of them are something nonexistent. Their works are nothing.
Their molten images are wind and unreality.
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Post  true lilly on Sat Jun 25, 2011 6:09 am

LOVE and BLESSINGS
http://youtu.be/pP1CCH7DEQM

CRUFTS 2x R.R. BoB

Ch & Sw Ch Rex Ventors Farrah at
Nyassa










Smile ...ooh, and how many BEARSTAR'S
in that Pedigree...
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http://www.nyassa.co.uk/c%20litter.htm

...see, The Beautiful Thing, was that I didn't want to Show,
only Breed Quality for Future R.R. Lovers, but people were
making terrible dogs 'champion', because they had bugger all
quality to compete with back when I began, which is why I went
to a local show, just to see a few others and how my first R.R.
(first pedigree anything), compared to others...and from then,
I felt, well, Morally Obligated, to Exhibit R.R.'s of Quality.

The Records, well they were just 'The Cherry on Top',
for doing a good job well, for the right reason.

And The Nice Thing, is that I took my last Specialty Wins,
with my last litter, under this English Judge and Breeder,
Sue Campbell (Nyassa), and years latter, she's Winning CRUFTS
with the Bearstar blood she genuinely fell in love with.



Demi, (Multi International Titled Bearstar Diamond Willow,
dam of 17 Champions inc.
Sue Cambell's CRUFTS 2x BoB Winner, "Farrah"
10 years after I sent her to Sweden) closest to the camera,
posing with sister Tinja. Summer 2006.

http://www.rhodesian-ridgeback.net/content/view/257/337/
http://www.rhodesian-ridgeback.net/content/view/32/71/

Gr Ch Bearstar Ko CD FC ROM
Eilack Apollo x Ch Ujamaa Ceres
20 Jan 1992 - 3 Nov 2005




On the 3rd of November 2005 two and half months short of his 14th birthday my
handsome man spent the morning chasing his grand-niece following that delightful
scent he has always loved, when he grew tired he lay down in the green grass in
the sun and quietly slipped away.

Multi Runner Up in Show, Multi Best in Specialty Show, Multi Runner Up in
Specialty Show, two times Melbourne Royal BOB, Brisbane Royal BOB, Toowoomba
Royal BOB, multi Best Headed in Specialty, multi Best Gaited in Specialty, multi
Sire's Progeny, Australia's first Grand Champion RR - Gr Champion Bearstar Ko CD
FC ROM - left me peacefully with great dignity.

He has left a legacy that ensures his name will remain in the RR history books
for generations to come. As Australia's most successful ever sire he has 30
Champions all over the world and others still in the process of taking titles.
He has sired 10 Best in Show winners, 2 Best in Field winners and even a Gold
medal winner in Skijoring (sleddog skiing). His kids have obedience titles and
tracking titles. And many without 'titles' have the very best of accolades -
being best friends and companions to their owners.


Ko was a very special dog - a once-in-a-lifetime soulmate who provided me love
and laughter every day of his life. He has taken a large part of my heart with
him but his spirit will linger always with me and within his children and their
children long after I'm gone.

Farewell Mister Ko - love you big boy. I know you'll be having a ton of fun at
the Bridge catching up with all your 'women'
I so look forward to seeing you there.

http://www.starridgerrs.com/about_starridge.html

Ch Ujamaa Ceres "Barney"(bred -under terms of carrying the Ujamaa Prefix-
and kept by, and bred from, me, from my first R.R. Ch. Ujamaa Pooh "Teddy")


"Barney" THE QUEEN of Bearstar, "Barkley" and "Chilli",
just 3 of my Bearstar Champs,
(who like "Teddy" and many others,
no one else wanted, and 'experts' said
I was mad for keeping), down home on the farm
Smile ,
oh and "Chilli", "Banyon and "Clare"...

...CH Bearstar White Banyon, was born 'dead' and 'couldn't be revived'
according to the Vet and everyone else who tried to rip him from my
busy hands, half an hour later, when they thought I'd gone mad... but,
they couldn't "SEE" what I could; he to went on to be a Best in Show
and many other top awards winner...and "Clare", sent back home to
LIVE 'like a dog' and for me to show, by her owners, was one of my 3,
Border Terrier of The Year winners (only competed for 3 years in that breed),
and yes they all lived in the house, and ran free in the fields and never
bothered stock
Very Happy . It was all part of how I Judged them Worthy
to Pass On Their Quality of SPIRIT. Oh there are plenty of 'trash'
dogs of the Same BLOODlines, but what God's explained, and my
breeding Proved, is that IT IS, THE INDIVIDUAL'S SPIRIT, that
separates='makes holy'.
JACOB was blessed. JACOB was a breeder.
This isn't my, "Blessing of Jacob" post,
but it will do...for now...
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Post  true lilly on Sun Jun 26, 2011 7:17 am


Bright, Victoria, Australia

Ten Years
http://youtu.be/OEDc9cUKpo4
You are moving on a crowded street
Through various shades of people
In the summer’s harshest heat
A story in your eye

Well, speak until your mind is at ease
Ten years come and gone so fast
I might as well have been dreaming
Sunny days have burned a path
Across another season

A fortune rises to the sky
Ten years come and gone so fast
I might as well have been dreaming

You are driving down an empty road
Beside a shady river
When the sky turns dark as stone
And the trees begin to shiver

The Grace of God is nigh
Ten years come and gone
And that flash has never been forgotten
Sunny days have burned a path
Across another season

How do the powerless survive?
Ten years come and gone so fast
I might as well have been dreaming

If you look into your future life
Ten years from this question
Do you imagine a familiar light
Burning in the distance?

The love that never dies
Ten years come and gone so fast
I might as well have been dreaming
Sunny days have burned a path
Across another season

Ten years come and gone so fast
Sunny days have burned a path
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Post  true lilly on Sun Jun 26, 2011 4:55 pm


DANCE ME TO THE END OF LOVE

http://youtu.be/Ki9xcDs9jRk



Dance me to your beauty with a burning violin
Dance me through the panic 'til I'm gathered safely in
Lift me like an olive branch and be my homeward dove
Dance me to the end of love
Dance me to the end of love
Oh let me see your beauty when the witnesses are gone
Let me feel you moving like they do in Babylon
Show me slowly what I only know the limits of
Dance me to the end of love
Dance me to the end of love

Dance me to the wedding now, dance me on and on
Dance me very tenderly and dance me very long
We're both of us beneath our love, we're both of us above
Dance me to the end of love
Dance me to the end of love

Dance me to the children who are asking to be born
Dance me through the curtains that our kisses have outworn
Raise a tent of shelter now, though every thread is torn
Dance me to the end of love

Dance me to your beauty with a burning violin
Dance me through the panic till I'm gathered safely in
Touch me with your naked hand or touch me with your glove
Dance me to the end of love
Dance me to the end of love
Dance me to the end of love




~~~
....psst...there is, NO END of LOVE...
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Post  true lilly on Sun Jun 26, 2011 9:52 pm

Psalms 42:
1-11


To the director. Mas´kil for the sons of Ko´rah.

1
As the hind that longs for the water streams,
So my very soul longs for you, O God.


2
My soul indeed thirsts for God, for the living God.
When shall I come and appear [before] God?


3
To me my tears have become food day and night,
While [they] say to me all day long: “Where is your God?”


4
These things I will remember, and I will pour out my soul within me.
For I used to pass along with the throng,
I used to walk slowly before them to the house of God,
With the voice of a joyful cry and thanksgiving,
Of a crowd celebrating a festival.


5
Why are you in despair, O my soul,
And why are you boisterous within me?
Wait for God,
For I shall yet laud him as the grand salvation of my person.


6
O my God, within me my very soul is in despair.
That is why I remember you,
From the land of Jordan and the peaks of Her´mon,
From the little mountain.


7
Watery deep to watery deep is calling
At the sound of your (water-) spouts.
All your breakers and your waves—
Over me they have passed.


8
By day Jehovah will command his loving-kindness,
And by night his song will be with me;
There will be prayer to the God of my life.


9
I will say to God my crag:
“Why have you forgotten me?
Why do I walk sad because of the oppression of the enemy?”


10
With murder against my bones those showing hostility to me have reproached me,
While they say to me all day long: “Where is your God?”


11
Why are you in despair, O my soul,
And why are you boisterous within me?
Wait for God,
For I shall yet laud him as the grand salvation of my person and as my God.

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"What?
You quote Jehovah's Witnesses,
and King James
and Strong's?"


Yes and more besides;
I dance with Joy to Led Zeppelin,
and I cry with Joy at lost beauty, Found.

The First Commandment First,
is how I chose to Live, searching
to Serve His good and perfect Will,
even in the darkest hours...ours is
to Just Serve Creating Life...if we
will simply, freely Choose.

The Rhythm of The Saints
http://youtu.be/_R_wCpuflDI

If I have weaknesses
Don’t let them blind me
Or camouflage all I am wary of
I could be sailing on seizures of laughter
Or crawling out from under the heel of love

Do my prayers remain unanswered
Like a beggar at your sleeve?
Olodumare is smiling in heaven
Smiling in heaven, I do believe

Reach in the darkness
A reach in the dark
Reach in the darkness
A reach in the dark
To overcome an obstacle or an enemy
To glide away from the razor or a knife
To overcome an obstacle or an enemy
To dominate the impossible in your life

Always a stranger when strange isn’t fashionable
And fashion is rich people waving at the door
Or it’s a dealer in drugs or in passion
Lies of a nature we’ve heard before
Do my prayers remain unanswered
Like a beggar at your sleeve?
Babalu-aye spins on his crutches
Says, “Leave if you want
If you want to leave”

Reach in the darkness
A reach in the dark
Reach in the darkness
A reach in the dark
To overcome an obstacle or an enemy
To glide away from the razor or a knife
To overcome an obstacle or an enemy
To dominate the impossible in your life
Reach in the darkness
A reach in the dark
Reach in the darkness
A reach in the dark
To overcome an obstacle or an enemy
To dominate the impossible in your life
Reach in the darkness
A reach in the dark
Reach in the darkness
A reach in the dark

© 1990 Words and Music by Paul Simon

Spirit Voices
http://youtu.be/W_QpfDbBPFc




We sailed up a river wide as a sea
And slept
on the banks
On the leaves of a banyan tree
And all of these spirit voices rule the night

Some stories are magical, meant to be sung
Songs from the mouth of the river
When the world was young

And all of these spirit voices rule the night

By moon
We walk
To the brujo’s door
Along a path of river stones
Women with their nursing children
Seated on the floor
We join the fevers
And the broken bones

The candlelight flickers
The falcon calls
A lime-green lizard scuttles down the cabin wall
And all of these spirit voices
Sing rainwater, seawater
River water, holy water
Wrap this child in mercy – heal her
Heaven’s only daughter
All of these spirit voices rule the night

My hands were numb
And my feet were lead
I drank a cup of herbal brew
Then the sweetness in the air
Combined with the lightness in my head
And I heard the jungle breathing in the bamboo

Saudocões Greetings!
Da licenca um momento Excuse me, one moment
Te lembró I remind you
Que amanhã That tomorrow
Será tudo ou será naoa It will be all or it will be nothing
Depende coração It depends, heart
Será breve ou será grande It will be brief or it will be great
Depende da paixão It depends on the passion
Será sujo, será sonho It will be dirty, it will be a dream
Cuidado, coração Be careful, heart
Será util, será tarde It will be useful, it will be late
Se esmera, coração Do your best, heart
E confia And have trust
Na força do amanhã In the power of tomorrow

Lord of the earthquake
My trembling bed
The spider resumes the rhythm

Of his golden tread
And all of these spirit voices rule the night
And all of these spirit voices rule the night
And all of these spirit voices rule the night

© 1990 Words and Music by Paul Simon (Portuguese Lyrics by Milton Nascimento)
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Post  true lilly on Mon Jun 27, 2011 6:03 am

Paul Simon -
So Beautiful or So What -
Dazzling Blue

http://youtu.be/vbZJb21EDFM

Glastonbury
By Liam Allen
Entertainment reporter, BBC News


Simon is promoting new album So Beautiful or So What on his UK tour

GLASTONBURY 2011
When Paul Simon walks on stage at Glastonbury on Sunday - the highlight of a
rare UK tour - it will be a far cry from his first gigs in England.
In 1965, the unknown singer-songwriter, aged 24, moved to London
to perform in folk clubs, earning £3 for his first job.
"It was a big adventure for me - I used to go take my guitar,
get on a train and go to wherever I was going by myself," he recalls.


Simon & Garfunkel's subsequent hit Homeward Bound -
"I'm sitting in the railway station, got a ticket for my destination" - was famously
written while waiting for a train in north-west England.
Fast forward 46 years and his UK tour, which started in
Nottingham on Thursday, features an eight-piece band and 40 crew members
- a figure that will be expanded for Sunday's Glastonbury appearance.
"Just the amount of guitars our band carry is something - we carry about 20 guitars,"
says the 69-year-old.

“Start Quote
I have a particular affection for when I was playing in the British folk clubs. They were like tiny little theatres, not even that, because there wasn't even a stage”
Paul Simon

In contrast to Glastonbury,
where he will play to tens of thousand of fans, his recent tour of the
US and Canada included a number of club gigs - his first in years.
"I like the energy of the clubs. Of course, it's different from the 60s.
Now when I play in clubs, people are standing so there's dancing."

"But I have a particular affection for when I was playing in
the British folk clubs. They were like tiny little theatres, not even
that, because there wasn't even a stage - just a microphone and
sometimes there wasn't a microphone."

People sat on the floor "and just listened", adds Simon, who
released his first solo album, The Paul Simon Songbook, in the UK
in the summer of 1965. The record was not given a full release in the US
until 2004.

Exquisite harmonies
Just before he moved to London, Simon and his schoolfriend Art Garfunkel
released the album Wednesday Morning 3AM, in the US. It flopped.

Paul Simon UK top 10 hits

  • March 1966 - Homeward Bound - 9 (Simon & Garfunkel)
  • July 1968 - Mrs Robinson - 4 (Simon & Garfunkel)
  • April 1969 - The Boxer - 6 (Simon & Garfunkel)
  • Feb 1970 - Bridge Over Troubled Water - 1 (Simon & Garfunkel)
  • Feb 1972 - Mother And Child Reunion - 5
  • Jun 1973 - Take Me To The Mardi Gras - 7
  • Sept 1986 - You Can Call Me Al - 4
While Simon was away, producer Tom Wilson took it upon himself to
overdub electric guitar and drums on to the album's The Sound of Silence
in an attempt to capitalise on the new acoustic folk-rock sound,
championed in the US by The Byrds.
The new version soon began to gain airplay, and by late 1965 had climbed its way
to the top of the US charts.
Simon duly flew home to reunite his distinctive voice, songs
and rhythmic guitar playing with the exquisite harmonies of his old friend.

"Right before I left to go and join Art Garfunkel in the
States I was making £25 or £30 a night, maybe £100 a week,"
remembers Simon.
"I felt vaguely guilty that I was earning so much more than the average working man.
"And then, of course, I went home and the next thing you're a millionaire."

Many of the songs from their subsequent January 1966 hit
Sounds of Silence album - including Kathy's Song, about Simon's romance
with a British girl - had appeared on The Paul Simon Songbook.

Tabla and whistling
Simon says his new solo album, "So Beautiful or So What", is a return
to the days when he would sit and write songs with his acoustic guitar.

The starting point for all his songs since the career-redefining
1986 album Graceland, which fused African rhythms and instrumentation
with his gift for melodic poetry, had been drumbeats or layered tracks.

But despite the return to guitar-based composition, the influences remain eclectic.

Standout tracks include otherworldly The Afterlife - "you've
got to fill out a form first, and then you wait in the line" - complete
with heavily processed acoustic guitar over a laid-back soca beat.


Simon & Garfunkel recorded five studio albums

New single Rewrite, meanwhile, features tabla drums and whistling.
He says he's looking forward to sharing new material,
together with a smattering of golden oldies, at Glastonbury -
"a festival that has the nation's attention... a big deal" -
and at his other UK dates.
"I was here in the UK when Simon & Garfunkel became international stars
and it was here that I learned how to perform," he says.
"Friends I made here I still have and it was a very, very happy period in my life
so I feel as if it's a second home."
So Beautiful or So What, is out now.
_________________________________________

Too much to highlight or explain, but I must say,
I thank God for this blessed and Blessing, Psalmist For Our Age!
Smile
(listening to "Late In The Evening" as I write Wink Very Happy )

"Dazzling Blue", Lyrics

Truth or lie, the silence is revealing
An empty sky, a hidden mound of stone
But the CAT scan’s eye sees what the heart’s concealing
Now-a-days, when everything is known

Maybe love’s an accident, or destiny is true
But you and I were born beneath a star of dazzling blue
Dazzling blue

Miles apart, though the miles can’t measure distance
Worlds apart on a rainy afternoon
But the road gets dirty and it offers no resistance
So turn your amp up and play your lonesome tune

Maybe love’s an accident, or destiny is true
But you and I were born beneath a star of dazzling blue
Dazzling blue

Dazzling blue, roses red, fine white linen
To make a marriage bed
And we’ll build a wall that nothing can break through
And dream our dreams of dazzling blue

Sweet July, and we drove the Montauk Highway
And walked along the cliffs above the sea
And we wondered why, and imagined it was someday
And that is how the future came to be

Dazzling blue, roses red, fine white linen
To make a marriage bed
And we’ll build a wall that nothing can break through
And dream our dreams of dazzling blue


©️ 2010 Words and Music by Paul Simon

O.K., I'll also add a Big, THANK YOU...
from my early childhood to this very day,
when no one else 'got it', Paul Simon's music
always popped up to tell me at least someone Did.

And this very day, another Prayer was answered
Smile

REWRITE
http://youtu.be/B2oDowFw5WM
I’ve been working on my rewrite, that’s right
I’m gonna change the ending
Gonna throw away my title
And toss it in the trash
Every minute after midnight
All the time I’m spending
It’s just for working on my rewrite
Gonna turn it into cash

I’ve been working at the carwash
I consider it my day job
Cause it’s really not a pay job
But that’s where I am
Everybody says the old guy working at the carwash
Hasn’t got a brain cell left since Vietnam

But I say help me, help me, help me, help me
Thank you!
I’d no idea
That you were there
When I said help me, help me, help me, help me
Thank you, for listening to my prayer

I’m working on my rewrite, that’s right
I’m gonna change the ending
Gonna throw away my title
And toss it in the trash
Every minute after midnight
All the time I’m spending
Is just for working on my rewrite, that’s right
I’m gonna turn it into cash

I’ll eliminate the pages
Where the father has a breakdown
And he has to leave the family
But he really meant no harm
Gonna substitute a car chase
And a race across the rooftops
When the father saves the children
And he holds them in his arms

And I say help me, help me, help me, help me
Thank you!
I’d no idea
That you were there
When I said, help me, help me, help me, help me
Thank you, for listening to my prayer


©️ 2010 Words and Music by Paul Simon
(and even if you don't 'get' the deeper meaning,
I dare anyone to resist The Simple JOY of this song.

And the whistling; it was only last summer
I was
moved to speak to a neighbour for the first time,
when I heard he Was Whistling Again.
I'd been worried for him, as he always Whistled
while
he worked in his garden, and it always made me smile,
but then suddenly, he was working silent.
So I set my
mind to inquire after his well being the next time I passed.
Instead, there he was Whistling away,
and I simply had to
let him know it always made me happy,
and that I had
been worried, which made him happy. Smile
A fair, simple, yet precious, human exchange.)
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allure wrote:#29098

This thread is the biggest pile
of mad dogs absolute unadulterated shit
to have ever graced anywhere ever.


dixie d wrote:#29099
Allure,

I don't think it is, not if you where in my position.
...I also see a grass of water.


A "GRASS"..."OF WATER"
thanks dixie,
I needed that...and I fully agree,
I also See,
a "GRASS" as piss weak as "WATER".


Hey, forgive me my crassness
(time and place and all that),
and I'll forgive the 'typo'...
..."Grass of Water"...cracked me up...
in the best of ways.. Very Happy


"allure"
A, piss weak as WATER, "GRASS",
trying to LURE folk away from
SEEKING, SIFTING and SORTING
shit from sugar for themselves.
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SOMETHING SO RIGHT
http://youtu.be/JgPr-sd7eKg
You've got the cool water
When the fever runs high
You've got the look of lovelight
in your eyes
And I was in crazy motion
Til you calmed me down
It took a little time
But you calmed me down

When something goes wrong
I'm the first to admit it
I'm the first to admit it
But the last one to know
when something goes right
Well it's likely to lose me
It's apt to confuse me
It's such an unusual sight
I can't get used to something so right
Something so right


They've got a wall in China
It's a thousand miles long
To keep out the foreigners
They made it strong
I've got a wall around me
You can't even see
It took a little time
To get to me

Chorus

Some people never say the words
I love you
It's not their style
to be so bold
Some people never say those words
I love you
But like a child they're longing
to be told

Chorus
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Post  true lilly on Thu Jun 30, 2011 10:37 pm

...and, From the ugly...
...To The Beautiful...
dixie d wrote: 01-07-2011, 02:57 AM #29129
Quote:
Originally Posted by cori

YES I WILL



Prince ALBERT II of MONACOmarrying australian swimmer Charlene Wittstock officiasl july 1, july 2, 2011 at church

2 sept 2011
2 sept 11
2nd 911 ??



yes, ALBERT WILL

ALBERVILLE school WINNENDEN, COMA, AMOC

MONACO - COMA - AMOC


Albert = son of RAINIER

Rain, Iran, and the Winnenden-Kärcher colors of NUKE

Wittstock and Woodstick
a magic item

Albert studied at the US Amherst College:

see full post
http://forum.davidicke.com/showpost....ostcount=29114

And coincidentally, when Albert marrying his Olympic swimmer Charlene, at Amherst College this happens:

Kendra Stern '11 Named Division III Female Athlete of the Year



... https://www.amherst.edu/athletics/te...-11/0615_stern

Well Cori, at the risk of being banned. Stern to me means Stern Review, so maybe there is a link to Nicholas Stern


Nicholas Stern, at World Economic Forum annual meeting in Davos, January 2009

Davos

And Cori you also mentioned...

Quote:
Wittstock and Woodstick
a magic item
If you look on the Davos Wiki page you see the following...

Quote:
A sanatorium in Davos is also the setting of the Thomas Mann novel Der Zauberberg (The Magic Mountain).
I also wonder if there might be a link to America and You Can Do Magic, but who are the Magicians?

Any link to The Magicians

I know one Magician here in Thailand.Last edited by dixie d; 01-07-2011 at 05:00 AM.


01-07-2011, 03:48 AM #29130
Just to add to the above the You Can Do Magic song I was thinking of was
by Limmie & the Family Cooking and these are the lyrics...

Quote:

You can do magic
you took the raindrops that filled my eyes
and put them back up in the skies
and then made the gray skies turn blue
you can do magic
you took the heart that was broken in two
and you put it back together, know how to keep it beating
i beg you not to stop and pray you keep repeating your magic magic
you can do magic baby
you can do magic magic
and i know that every dream of every lover comes true
when you can do magic magic
like you can do magic honey
love is never tragical, then yah got the magical feelings coming thru
i was a loser love was a game that i've never learned
i lost at every mothers son until i just forgot how to play
now i remember you took my hand and showed me the way
and it musta been the magic added to your kissing
cause love is never good if love is ever missing
your magic magic, you can do magic baby
you can do magic magic
and i know that every dream of every lover comes true
when you can do magic magic
like you can do magic honey
love is never tragical, then yah got the magical feelings coming thru (feelings coming thru)
you can do magic magic
you can do magic baby
you can do magic magic
and i know that every dream of every lover comes true
when you can do magic magic
like you can do magic baby
you can do magic magic
nd i know that every dream of every lover ...
You see to me, it depends on what the Magic is being used for?

Limmie also reminds me of the word Alternative names for the British

Quote:
Main article: Limey

Limey is a Caribbean and North American
slang nickname for British people, originally referring to British
sailors and seamen. This term is believed to derive from lime-juicer,
referring to the Royal Navy and British Merchant Navy practice of
supplying rations of lime juice to British sailors to prevent scurvy.
The term "Limey" is thought to have originated in the Caribbean in the
1880s.

An alternate explanation comes from the Limes Britannicus, which was the
northern most border of the Roman Empire dividing Scotland and England
but it is unlikely that this term was well known in the Caribbean and
North America at the time this nickname arose.

A certainly false etymology is that "Limey" is a derivative of the phrase "Cor blimey" ("God blind me!").
North America reminds me of Canada, and today is Canada Day.Last edited by dixie d; 01-07-2011 at 03:58 AM.
Very Happy

SOMETHING SO RIGHT
http://youtu.be/JgPr-sd7eKg

You’ve got the cool water
When the fever runs high
Wink
You’ve got the look of lovelight
In your eyes
And I was in crazy motion
‘Til you calmed me down
It took a little time
But you calmed me down


When something goes wrong
I’m the first to admit it
I’m the first to admit it
But the last one to know
When something goes right
Oh, it’s likely to lose me
It’s apt to confuse me
It’s such an unusual sight
Oh, I can’t get used to something so right
Something so right

They got a wall in China
It’s a thousand miles long
To keep out the foreigners
They made it strong
And I got a wall around me
That you can’t even see
It took a little time
To get next to me


When something goes wrong
I’m the first to admit it
I’m the first to admit it
But the last one to know
When something goes right
Oh, it’s likely to lose me
It’s apt to confuse me
Because it’s such an unusual sight
Oh, I swear, I can’t get used to something so right
Something so right


Some people never say the words
“I love you”
It’s not their style
To be so bold
Some people never say those words
“I love you”
But like a child they’re longing to be told


When something goes wrong
I’m the first to admit it
I’m the first to admit it
But the last one to know
When something goes right
Oh, it’s likely to lose me


It’s apt to confuse me
Because it’s such an unusual sight
I swear, I can’t get used to something so right
Something so right

Something so right


©️ 1973 Words and Music by Paul Simon

Smile notice what dixie so gently,
politely left out...
flower

sear
verb (used with object)
1. to burn or char the surface of:
She seared the steak to seal in the juices.

2. to mark with a branding iron.

3. to burn or scorch injuriously or painfully:
He seared his hand on a hot steam pipe.

4. to make callous or unfeeling; harden:
The hardship of her youth has seared her emotionally.


5. to dry up or wither; parch.
–verb (used without object)
6. to become dry or withered, as vegetation.
–noun
7. a mark or scar made by searing.
–adjective
8.sere1 .
Origin:
before 900;
(adj.) Middle English sere, Old English sēar;
cognate with Dutch zoor;
(v.) Middle English seren, Old English sēarian,
derivative of sēar
—Related forms un·seared, adjective
—Synonyms
1. See burn1 .

...so...
...still a bit tender, on the inside
...so...
you cut off
the burnt bits on the surface,
you don't chuck the whole steak,
when it's just right, on the inside...

...a magical cook,
or, just knows how to hear,
when the sizzle's just right...



...listen, hear, from your first breath
until...
it's late in the evening...
http://youtu.be/57RIlznOpDM
The first thing I remember, I was lying in my bed
I couldn't've been no more than one or two
And I remember there's a radio, coming from the room next door
My mother laughed the way some ladies' do

Well it's late in the evening, and the music's seeping through

The next thing I remember, I am walking down a street
I'm feeling alright I'm with my boys and with my troops, yeah
Down along the avenue some guys were shootin' pool
And I heard the sound of acapella groups, yeah

Singin' late in the evening, and all the girls out on the stoops, yeah

Then I learned to play some lead guitar, I was underage in this funky bar
And I stepped outside to smoke myself a J
When I come back to the room, everybody just seemed to move
And I turned my amp up loud and I began to play

It was late in the evening, and I blew that room away

First thing I remember when you came into my life
I said I wanna get that girl, no matter what I do
Well I guess I've been in love before and once or twice have been on the floor
But I've never loved no-one the way that I love you

..and I love you

And it was late in the evening, and all the music's seeping through


SPIRIT VOICES
http://youtu.be/W_QpfDbBPFc
We sailed up a river wide as a sea
And slept on the banks
On the leaves of a banyan tree
And all of these spirit voices rule the night


Some stories are magical, meant to be sung
Songs from the mouth of the river
When the world was young
And all of these spirit voices rule the night


By moon
We walk
To the brujo’s door
Along a path of river stones
Women with their nursing children
Seated on the floor
We join the fevers
And the broken bones


The candlelight flickers
The falcon calls
A lime-green lizard scuttles down the cabin wall
And all of these spirit voices
Sing rainwater, seawater
River water, holy water
Wrap this child in mercy – heal her
Heaven’s only daughter
All of these spirit voices rule the night


My hands were numb
And my feet were lead
I drank a cup of herbal brew
Then the sweetness in the air
Combined with the lightness in my head
And I heard the jungle breathing in the bamboo


Saudocões (Greetings!)
Da licenca um momento (Excuse me, one moment)
Te lembró (I remind you)
Que amanhã (That tomorrow)
Será tudo ou será naoa (It will be all or it will be nothing)
Depende coração (It depends, heart)
Será breve ou será grande (It will be brief or it will be great)
Depende da paixão (It depends on the passion)
Será sujo, será sonho (It will be dirty, it will be a dream)
Cuidado, coração (Be careful, heart)
Será util, será tarde (It will be useful, it will be late)
Se esmera, coração (Do your best, heart)
E confia (And have trust)
Na força do amanhã (In the power of tomorrow)


Lord of the earthquake
My trembling bed
The spider resumes the rhythm

Of his golden tread
And all of these spirit voices rule the night
And all of these spirit voices rule the night
And all of these spirit voices rule the night


©️ 1990 Words and Music by Paul Simon
(Portuguese Lyrics by Milton Nascimento)
...RE-WRITE.. flower ..Your 'Title'... sunny
http://youtu.be/B2oDowFw5WM
I’ve been working on my rewrite, that’s right
I’m gonna change the ending
Gonna throw away my title
And toss it in the trash
Every minute after midnight
All the time I’m spending
It’s just for working on my rewrite
Gonna turn it into cash


I’ve been working at the carwash
I consider it my day job
Cause it’s really not a pay job
But that’s where I am
Everybody says the old guy
working at the carwash
Hasn’t got a brain cell left since Vietnam


But I say help me, help me, help me, help me
Thank you!
I’d no idea
That you were there
When I said help me, help me, help me, help me
Thank you, for listening to my prayer


I’m working on my rewrite, that’s right
I’m gonna change the ending
Gonna throw away my title
And toss it in the trash

Every minute after midnight
All the time I’m spending
Is just for working on my rewrite, that’s right
I’m gonna turn it into cash


I’ll eliminate the pages
Where the father has a breakdown
And he has to leave the family
But he really meant no harm
Gonna substitute a car chase
And a race across the rooftops
When the father saves the children
And he holds them in his arms


And I say help me, help me, help me, help me
Thank you!
I’d no idea
That you were there
When I said, help me, help me, help me, help me
Thank you, for listening to my prayer


©️ 2010 Words and Music by Paul Simon Very Happy Wink


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UNCONDITIONAL LOVE (America)

Unconditional love
Unconditional fear
Unconditional support
In your time of need

Oo, it's unconditionally true
Oo, it's unconditionally me
Unconditionally you

It's a spiritual world
When the darkness comes
But you gotta hold your head up
Hold your head up high

Oo, you got to take a look around
Oo, and listen when you hear the sound
Unconditional love (love)

This is right, this I know

I found out, long time ago

Someday baby we'll get there I know, oh, oh

Unconditional love

Unconditional hope
Unconditional desire
To have it work out fine

Oo, it's unconditionally true
These things we're dreamin' of
Oo, it's unconditionally yours
Unconditional love (love)

Oo, it's unconditionally true

These things we're dreamin' of
Oo, it's unconditionally yours

Unconditional love
(love)
(Love)
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"Vincent"
by
Don McLean
(w/ lyrics &
paintings of
V. Van Gogh)

http://youtu.be/ZTHrTOzfqhg































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NOT beautiful...

...and Not surprising...knowing how much "tintin" revers Groningen
and CURSES THE BLESSINGS of JACOB...


Dutch harness horse...The breed is based on the
native Groningen and Gelderland horses...Dutch Harness Horses
are highly recognizable........................FOR THEIR UGLYNESS!!!

But then, those who want to "be their own god", rather than
SERVE THE CREATOR GOD, never quite get, that going from
one extreme (Przewalski's Horse)
,

to the other,

IS, GOING NOWHERE...

Jaca Navarra mares
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Beautiful,


is rain in it's season...


...how much more beautiful, when justice reigns...



ooh look, a 'magic number', it must be "just for 'you' pig ", 'cori'... tongue

true lilly Today at 11:44 amThe connection has timed out

The server at forum.davidicke.com is taking too long to respond.


so much for your 'god'...Shut DOWN, Again,
as 'they' often have to, when having a CRISIS Meeting

...you sure 'you' aren't 'cori'...see David Icke is only a
'sock puppet' of 'tintin'="you insult cori, you insult me",
and well, 'cori' HAS OFTEN Stated how much they HATE
HUMAN BEINGS and WANT 99.9% of HUMANS DEAD,
and well, anyone desperate to have folk 'lord' and Follow
David Icke/'tintin', must share 'the untouchable cori's',
BALD FACED LIES UNTO DEATH, Selling agenda.

<blockquote>
AUNT TISWAS wrote: This clown got the ban from the DIF because he was getting above his station and asking too many questions about decisions which were behind the scenes.
they did well in the DIF, and Icke is getting that T Shirt issue sorted out.
</blockquote>Look, one can't invite people to a Fancy Dress,
then throw them out because their dress wasn't Formal.

Besides being just plain rude, it's the insane behaviour of
one acting so above their station, they believe themselves
to 'be bigger than god'.
Twisted Evil

...as It Will Very Happy
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The Starridge Story
My first RR (Zuki),
purchased in 1977, was unregistered and the most brilliant obedience dog
I've yet encountered. As she could not be trialled in Queensland without
registration my next RR was bought with papers so that I could trial and
show off the talents of this great obedience breed.

Sharka
(Outspanner Bufalo Gal) is still
the only RR to this time to have won a National Obedience title (All
Breeds) taking out 1st in Novice Bitch in 1992. She was never truly happy
in the ring though so I sought a male to train.


Bearstar Ko was
purchased from Sioux Ryan in 1992 with a promise extracted from me to at
least show him to his title. Ko well and truly exceeded my humble
expectations for him gaining his Australian Champion title in 1993 and
subsequently achieving multiple Best in Show awards at Specialty level,
and hitting the 1000 CC points milestone in 1996. When the Australian
Grand Champion title was inaugurated in 1998, Ko became Australia's
first Grand Champion in the breed.

Although Ko was starting to be
sought after for stud work I was still not personally interested in breeding
until late in 1994 when
Sioux offered for me to lease

Ch
Bearstar Chilean Willow
, Australia's only multi-Best in Show (All
Breeds) winning bitch. That was an offer too good to refuse and Starridge was born (see photo
to the right of
Ko, Chilli & Chilpep). That first litter in 1995 produced

Ch Starridge Litl Sunshine ROM
(Chilpep) as well as other in-group and in-show winners. It was with
great reluctance that I returned Chilli to Sioux at the end of the lease.

In the obedience
ring Ko was awarded his CD (Companion Dog) obedience title and in lure
coursing his FC (Field Champion - QLCA Lure Coursing). Ko was for some
time Australia's only multi-titled, multi Best In Specialty Show winning Gr
Champion until his son (Multi Best in Show & Multi Best in Specialty Show

Gr Ch Bearstar Doulen Ko ET)
took up the honours. It was a very special thrill to subsequently cheer on Ko's
grandson / Chilpep's son Boston (Best in Show & Best in Specialty
Show
Gr Ch Starridge African Knight ET)
to his Grand Champion award in 2000.





Pictured to the
right
are the Starridge mob in 1997 with from left Ko,

Jemma

(blue collar),

Copper

(behind) and Chilpep - poor
Mr Ko had been stretched out full length on the couch before everyone
else decided to join him! Copper very sadly passed away while still a
very young dog. Jemma was leased to Shane and Kerrie Lambley (
Kenjala
Rhodesian Ridgebacks
) for a year in similar fashion to my having
Chilli but she fell madly in love with them and they with her so Jemma
moved permanently to become one of the Kenjala clan.

In 1998

Summer
(
Ch Umkimzulu Indian Summer AI)
joined
the family rather unexpectedly being payment for the stud fee of Isak semen I
had imported but of course very welcome as another Chilli daughter. With immense
heartbreak I lost my beautiful Copper late in 1998. In early 1999 I added

Oz(Ch Riginal Rindurr
Downunda - a Ko daughter) to the family for the short term
as she
had been sold to a Canadian breeder who wanted to have her gain her Aust
Ch
title before heading over to him. Oz made her home at Starridge for a
couple
of years during which time she was titled, bought back from her Canadian
'owner'
and had a litter. Due to clashes with the other girls in the family and
because she very much wanted to have a family exclusively her own
Oz was rehomed and is now living in seventh heaven in Tasmania with her
adored
and adoring new family.
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