GROW Greatness Reached over Oppression through Wisdom
“I remember finding out about you
Every day my mind is all around you
Looking out from my lonely room
Day after day
Bring it home, baby, make it soon
I give my love to you”
I will in God Day after Day.
I was four when this Beautiful song came out.
The Legends, the Kings who hailed from Swansea, Wales;
Day after Day evil preyed on them in the form of a #narcissistic manager who stole from them and left them destitute. It would drive two of its members Pete Ham and Tom Evans to suicide.
Pete Ham left behind a sucide note in 1975, specifically blaming the band’s manager, Stan Polley. “I will not be allowed to love and trust everybody. This is better.”
After I was done dealing with the narcissist in my life, my daughter and I were left homeless and I was at the end and I could take no more. I Loved the World but I had failed in finding Love for Me. I never found a Love that wasn’t out to Use me (besides my 1st husband)
I was ready to let go I completely understand The Pain and despair they felt. Ecclesiastes Chapter 4 tells us; The dead are better off than the Living in the Oppression under the Sun.
To Love and Trust and be let down.
Smile don’t frown.
Rise Kings and Queens we shall GROW as Keepers of the Dream
To drive out the evil and hate
To use Love Day after Day
and make the World Great💫💞