BEST of PONDER on THIS for Monday, April 23rd, 2012 by D. Stephenson Bond in LIVING MYTH

“The soul suffers when we lack reverence. We live in an age that understands respect – respect earned through achievement, power, or actions. We live in an age that understands rights, obligations, and sets of commitments. But we have difficulty experiencing reverence because it comes from a deeper place. Reverence requires an experience of “otherness,” the “thou-ness” of that other person who crosses our path.”
                 D. Stephenson Bond, in “Living Myth”

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BONUS BEST of PONDER on THIS by Jackson Browne

“And the years that I spent lost in the mystery,
fall away leaving only the sound of the drum.  
Like a part of me, it speaks to the heart of me,
forget what life used to be, you are what you CHOOSE to be,
It’s whatever it is YOU see, that life will become.”

Jackson Brown, in his 1976 song “The Fuse” from “The Pretender” CD

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