“When I look back, I am so impressed again with the power of life-giving literature. If I were a young person today, trying to gain a sense of myself in the world, I would do that again by reading, just as I did when I was young.”—Maya Angelou
“let he without sin cast the first stone if you will.
to say that my bride isn’t worth half the blood that I’ve spilled.
point your finger and laugh if you choose. to say my beloved is borrowed and used.
she is strong enough to stand in My love.
I can hear her say: I’m weak. I’m poor. I’m broken, Lord, but I’m yours. hold me now.”—"hold me now," jennifer knapp
“I’m breathing in, you’re breathing out the same…we give and take. let the water fall on the flame, it’s not burning out. I’ll keep you warm, dancing in a downpour and I’ll hold your body slowly turning. I’ll keep you warm, dancing in a downpour and breath it in and take it off and soak our skin.
she’s in a town that holds a lonely road and the night is falling. there’s a road that follows to her home and the sky is heavy,”—"rainy zurich," the fray
“The new day dawns,
and I am practicing my purpose once again.
It is fresh and it is fruitful if I win, but if I lose…
oh I don’t know.
I will be tired but I will turn and I will go,
only guessing til I get there then I’ll know”—"All Will Be Well," Gabe Dixon Band