Tag Archives: Eternal Echoes

To Leave Something Behind

To Leave Something Behind, by Sean Rowe I cannot say that I know you well But you can’t lie to me with all these books that you sell I’m not trying to follow you to the end of the world … Continue reading

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Did I waste my time on all that Prayer?

Age of Anxiety I just wanna live inside sometimes Don’t wanna have to beg you to subscribe Are you a man before your father dies? “But what’s a man these days?” I hear you cry And are we raising up … Continue reading

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The Things You’ve left behind

Jamie Cullum live at Music Matters 2009. In an interview with Ralph Simon Jamie talks about collaborating with Clint Eastwood on the Grammy nominated Gran Torino title/theme song, finishing up with a unique live performance. Gran Torino Realign all the … Continue reading

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These are the Days

These are the days by van Morrison These are the days of the endless summer These are the days, the time is now There is no past, there’s only future There’s only here, there’s only now Oh your smiling face, … Continue reading

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Pacing the Cage

Pacing the Cage by Bruce Cockburn Sunset is an angel weeping Holding out a bloody sword No matter how I squint I cannot Make out what it’s pointing toward Sometimes you feel like you’ve lived too long Days drip slowly … Continue reading

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Without Love where would you be right now?

Without Love, the 1973 hit written by Tom Johnston, lead vocalist and songwriter with the Doobie Brothers, draws you in from the first chord. It begs you to sing it – to answer the recurring question, “without love where would … Continue reading

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Prayer: A Bridge between Longing and Belonging

The following are excerpts on prayer are from John O’Donohue’s chapter entitled “Prayer: A Bridge between Longing and Belonging” (in his book, “Eternal Echoes“): One of the most tender images is the human person at prayer. When the body gathers … Continue reading

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