I've long held the belief that there was no better day or time to start “this thing” to start making the world a better place, and seeing the truth… well, than yesterday. It took me until this very moment, on September 13, 2017 to connect that oft repeated explanation of why “do it right now” was always my answer and will be until, well, until tomorrow. With no doubt, I believe with all my heart and SOL and my mind–that we are late to the party of truth and love, and that being late is not bad–so long as it doesn't for some odd reason make us wait yet another day. Today is the right day to see the truth, to start talking and working together, this very moment is “the right time.” The right time for “freedom” to begin, in lieu of yesterday, well; it's today.
The stars have fallen from the sky in more ways than one, they are you and I in more than one way, and together the Heavens and Earth have “stopped the rain” and those tears, those tears are something we need, and need to see, to be free. To even know me a little bit, to ever get to know me, to see who and why the Doors too fall from the sky, it's just got to rain first. Hear the light, “it melts into wonder” see the word, it means “won dark to right” and it's talking about the Universe, it's talking about you and I.
run into rain and play
let the the tears fall from the sky and from my eye
jesus wrote a blank check, it's a rain check
i've cashed it, and forged it
redde mihi in the sky
It was always this song, this “Touch Me” that I linked to this movement of universal voting, of truly touching my heart and seeing that the “You and I” is really about everyone, it's really everyone and you–every day we walk this maze to Heaven. To see that “teary rain fall” means freedom to me, and that doesn't lose light when you see Ra's in bright display on Ellis Island. It is “you and I” that rekindles a love for freedom and ensures that this story does in fact come to life. Turning around this southeasterly fall to oblivion and seeing the stone pointing to the northeast carrying the circle of the son in his hand; that's reality, that's the key to the you and I verse.
Jesús Malverde, possibly born as Jesús Juarez Mazo (1870–1909) (pronounced [xeˈsus malˈβeɾ.ðe]), sometimes known as the “generous bandit”, “angel of the poor”, or the “narco-saint”, is a folklore hero in the Mexican state of Sinaloa. He was of Yoreme and Spanish heritage. He is a “Robin Hood figure” who was supposed to have stolen from the rich to give to the poor.[2
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