Inspiration For The Great Spiritual Battle Of 2022.

Alphabet May the great musical artist Bob Seger provide the needed inspiration to enter and prevail in the current historic battle on Earth between totalitarians and freedom fighters, – the most important struggle of this generation.

Cumberland Island

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Stood there boldly, sweatin’ in the sun
Felt like a million, felt like number one
The height of summer, I’d never felt that strong
Like a rock

I was eighteen, didn’t have a care
Working for peanuts, not a dime to spare
But I was lean and… solid everywhere
Like a rock

My hands were steady, my eyes were clear and bright
My walk had purpose, my steps were quick and light
And I held firmly, to what I felt was right
Like a rock

Like a rock, I was strong as I could be
Like a rock, nothin’ ever got to me
Like a rock, I was something to see
Like a rock

And I stood arrow straight, unencumbered by the weight
Of all these hustlers and their schemes
I stood proud, I stood tall, high above it all
I still believed in my dreams

Twenty years now, where’d they go?
Twenty years, I don’t know
I sit and I wonder sometimes
Where they’ve gone

And sometimes late at night, when I’m bathed in the firelight
The moon comes callin’ a ghostly white, and I recall
I Recall

Like a rock. Standin’ arrow straight
Like a rock. Chargin’ from the gate
Like a rock. Carryin’ the weight
Like a rock.

Like a rock. The sun upon my skin
Like a rock. Hard against the wind
Like a rock. I see myself again
Like a rock.

(Thank you to Front Seat Media at YouTube)

Keeping The Faith. You Are Not Alone.

Alphabet The unprecedented, 1st-time-ever severe censorship of respected, impeccably-credentialed men and women doctors and experts during a world health crisis – namely COVID-19 – continues…

For those highly frustrated and even greatly angered over such an extraordinarily unusual situation persisting, we must here let them know: You are certainly not alone.

True artists fully understand the frustration, exasperation and, most importantly, the legitimate suspicions raised by the massive, puzzlingly irrational lack of full transparency and the non-inclusion of all serious voices around the Earth regarding COVID-19.

World-renowned vocal artist Bettye LaVette says an awful lot with few words in four minutes while performing “Political World”… Perhaps it will serve as some measure of solace for those suffering in profound disappointment over the absence of what had previously, throughout the entire record of global health crises, been the normal addressing of perfectly reasonable professionals’ positions on COVID-19 to know – you are undoubtedly not alone…

Keep the faith that there are more joining every minute of every passing day, and many more will soon get on board in great, even historic, determination involving efforts worldwide to arrive at the truth, no matter how difficult, disappointing, harsh or brutal. Do not stop in this epic historic battle to discover the truth, ever. Keep on and on and on until this important battle is convincingly, amazingly, indisputably won. Keep on powerfully fighting the good fight of a lifetime.

#InvestigateCOVID19.

Peace.

Bettye LaVette-2

We live in a political world
Where love ain’t got no place
We’re living in times, where men commit crimes
And crime ain’t got no place

We live in a political world
Wisdom is thrown into jail
It rots in a cell, misguided as hell
Leaving no one to pick up a trail

We live in a political world
Where mercy walks the plank
Life is in a mirror, death disappears
Up the steps to the nearest bank

We live in a political world
The one we can see and feel
But there’s no one to check, it’s all a stacked deck
We don’t know for sure if it’s real

We live in a political world
Where courage is a thing of the past
Houses are haunted, children are unwanted
The next day could be your last

We live in a political world
The cities of lonesome fear
Little by little we’re caught up in the middle
And you never know who he is

We live in a political world
Where peace ain’t nothing at all
It’s turned away from the door, to wander some more
Or put up it against the wall

We live in a political world
It’s gotta be hers or his
Climb into the frame, and shout out God’s name
But you never know who he is

Courage is a thing of the past
The next day could be your last

Bettye LaVette

(Thank you to WBGO at YouTube)