This song, How I love You, is about life and true love.
One body, one soul, one heart.
in this life and in the next.
Look into the eyes of the audience and everyone can be seen to
relate to the words uttered from the mouth of this beautiful man.
Do our children know love as powerful as this?
Will they ever know it?
Do we as parents know it?
Can we show them, teach them, what it means to love?
When I look at old people, who are still in love, after living
through all the pain suffering and injustices life threw at them, I think, yes.
They are ready for the next level as they climb up the stairs of immortality.
The blessing is in the innocence and light seen in their eyes
They have not been beaten and as a result,
obtained knowledge, many have yet to even begin to understand.
Love is not "just a word"
As intimacy is not "just sex".
It separates us, from those who have and know nothing,
from those who have experienced and
believe in something so powerful and strong,
that nothing can tear the bond between them.
It separates a house from a home and
Life from living.
It is indeed a blessed love and a humbling experience.
A community orchestra was plagued by attendance problems.
Several musicians were absent at each rehearsal. As a matter of fact, every
player in the orchestra had missed several rehearsals, except for one very
faithful oboe player. Finally, as the dress rehearsal drew to a close,
the conductor took a moment to thank the oboist for her faithful attendance.
She, of course, humbly responded "It's the least I could do, since I won't
be at the performance."