A Good Life

Pete Seeger said, “The easiest way to avoid wrong notes is to never open up your mouth and sing. What a mistake that would be.”

I offer you my “wrong” notes, perfect in their try, and deep desire to live a good life. My hope is you hear the message beyond any critique. 😉

Here’s a pretty rough review recording of “A Good Life,” from my July/August writing set.

As I have sought healing and clarity, the importance of the NOW has been a repeated focus. We wait. We seek. We reflect. We often miss the fullness of the moment. Each breath is an opportunity to change that.

My love and prayers to you all.

I’ve been waiting for this life,
And  I didn’t even know it.
All the falls I took were just
My future growing.

I’m ready for the good life

Those nights I felt was losing,
Led me here and now I’m choosing
To take it one day at a time.

Oh, oh, the good life

It feels so right,
With open eyes
And a smile.
I lift my hands
With faith inside
To walk the good life.

There’s still so much more to see,
Inside of you and inside of me.
So we each take it slow,
‘til we find our own way to go,
To go – to the good life.

What I’m doing doesn’t need a name,
All we need is to live in today.
And if this is right where I stay,
I will make it the good life this way.

It feels so right,
With open eyes
And a smile.
I lift my hands
With faith inside
To walk the good life.
The good life.

  • July 2015

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