The lyrics are beautiful. I can just feel the relaxation you must get. It reminds me of when I was still in church. (It has been a few years) I would sing along with the congregation and feel all my worries leave. I left every time to go home feeling lighter and closer to God.
Thanks for reminding me that we can give every thing over to him and he will take care of us. I sometimes forget that when I am in pain or just so tired.
Never regret something that made you smile!
Fibromyalgia*Osteoarthritis*Sleep Apnea*Restless Leg Syndrome * Depression*Fatigue*Allergy/Sinus*Menopause
A very soothing contribution. Actually, the dancing bit, most mornings I take the dogs out at first light. I throw balls for the little dog, who loves to catch them, then bury them in the snow, then find them again. he's really quite a character. Did I mention that sometime between the time we moved here and two weeks ago, our nearest neighbor to the north, came rolling up to the door with an armful of balls. Beside him on the seat was a beautiful Silver Grey Scottish Terrier. He said, "your little dog has been delivering a ball a day to our back door stoop." He apparently runs along the shore, leaves a tennis ball for their dog, and runs back home, same way, along shoreline. His way of making friends.
Anyway, the dancing part. When i go out early in the AM, I put the radio on whilst I throw balls and I dance. I sway ever so gently to the music. One thing I've learned about dancing is you can't think about doing it, you just have to let the music take you along. When the "stinker/thinker gets involved it breaks the spell and I just feel silly. I find this gentle swaying you describe helps quiet the pain and consternation. Thank-you
This was lovely. I know He has helped me throughout the years to keep a positive outlook on the future. Thanks for sharing.