My Resting Place~03 July 2014


I Want To Live…

I want to live.

Not die a little every day,
From Hoplessness, the worlds way.

The Grey’s of compromise becomming clear,
Show the Darkest colour here.

And everywhere just now,
The brightest  mind to bend and bow,
To suppose what if somehow,
He really be?

Our time is running out.
Desperate steps to get us out.

A loving Father’s comfort near,
Whisper gently in our ear
I AM !
…Written in 1986 by R.G. Fowler of Blessed Memory (Meridel’s Younger Brother)

My Resting Place~27 June 2014

 I have sought some consolation,
Through remorse and bitter tears,
The weight my shoulders had to bear,
Through all these many years.
Bound by shackles forged by fear,
No mortal tool could break.
Just who or what could make it stop,
Could from this Dream me wake?
Light headed joy I hope to find
As new wine glads the soul.
Judgement from the scales declare
All my parts made whole.
…Written 31 March 1985 by RG Fowler of  Blessed Memory (Meridel’s Younger Brother)

My Resting Place…19 June 2014

Over Shadow Me
When all of my oppressors
Are more than I can bear.
Or when I am broken
Hope forsaken
Without a prayer.
Over Shadow Me.

When the ones
That called me friend,
All have left me in the end.
Or if I in deep despair
With only troubles left to wear.
Even in my defeats
Humiliation and conceits.
Over Shadow Me.

When the Joy 
Of victories I find.
Please don’t let them
Leave me blind
And stalled here in the way.
Please don’t let
The moment pass.
Over Shadow Me.

…Written 1978 by RG Fowler of Blessed Memory (Meridel’s Younger Brother)

Give Peace a Chance

The video below suggests a new perspective for peace between the Israelis and the Palestinians based on the discovery of the formerly classified minutes from the San Remo peace conference of April, 1920. 
This long hidden document explains the legal rights of the Jews as well as the Palestinians. 
A group of professionals calling themselves Give Peace a Chance, feel that, by returning to the negotiating table and respecting historical facts and international law there can be real peace between Israel and the Palestinians.

Martin Luther King “I have a dream”

17 January 2011 is Martin Luther King Jr. Day in the United States. Every year, citizens around the United States take a day off to honor the birthday of civil rights hero Martin Luther King Jr. who, at age 35 was the youngest man to have received the Nobel Peace Prize. He was assassinated on 04 April 1968, in Memphis, Tennessee. Martin Luther King Jr. Day was declared a federal holiday in 1983 by President Ronald Reagan. It was first observed on the 20th of January, 1986.  In 1992, President George HW Bush declared that the holiday would be observed every year on the third Monday of January. Below is the speech for which Dr. King is best known…