Greetings, ladies and gentlemen and welcome to my regular Friday song/tune day, where I pick a piece of music that reflects my mood or the times, to share with you.

Those of you who follow the Aussie news, will know that the current heatwave and bushfire emergency, and the drought that preceded it, is having a catastrophic effect on our way of life, health, local economies and ecosystems.  I could go on and probably will at a later time.   However, I really need to be with my people right now.  That’s you, ladies and gentlemen.  Since you’re here, I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who has stuck with me or dropped by this year.  I send you my love and best wishes for a happy and safe Christmas, Hanukkah, or conclusion to the year.

Thank you for your support and for listening.  Shall we have a sing?

Kind Regards.




17 thoughts on “Singing With My People

  1. This song brought me to my knees. I’m sobbing. I’m struggling with exactly these issues, knowing how much I failed in all the things that were most important to me. There’s so little time left and I can’t fix what I ruined. Saying I’m sorry isn’t enough so I can try to be kinder, to listen better, and to forgive those who hurt me. Now I know what it feels like to do great damage even when I never meant to and to have to bear that burden of seeking forgiveness that may not come.
    Sending you and your family wishes for a peaceful, joyous Christmas.

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    1. Oh, Sharon. That is such a difficult burden to bear. You can do no more. Rest your heart and breathe. It is in those pauses that can we can listen and heal. Of course, easier said than done. I will be having a virtual cuppa with all my blogging friends, yourself included, this Christmas.

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  2. I am fond of Mike and the Mechanics and “The living years.” It is very powerful. Tracy do you recall “ Cat’s in the Cradle” by Harry Chaplin. It has gravity.

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