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Who’s Afraid of The Other -F- Word

Hehe.Hoho. My equality scares you.

Feminist are not Super Villains. They are your sisters, mothers, and girlfriends. There really is nothing to fear except your own fear and the lack of knowledge about the subject.

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the pain that you’ve been feeling

Read more: Josh Wilson - Before The Morning Lyrics | MetroLyrics

∞Dedicated to a wonderful person I know dealing with the extreme pain of loss. Because I love her I want her to know that her belief will see her through. 

This song is for you, my very special friend.

Before The Morning

Do you wonder why you have to
Feel the things that hurt you?
If there’s a God who loves you
Where is He now?

Or maybe there are things you can’t see
And all those things are happening
To bring a better ending
Someday, somehow you’ll see, you’ll see

Would you dare, would you dare to believe
That you still have a reason to sing?
‘Cause the pain that you’ve been feeling
It can’t compare to the joy that’s coming

So hold on, you gotta wait for the light
Press on and just fight the good fight
‘Cause the pain that you’ve been feeling
It’s just the dark before the morning

My friend, you know how this all ends
And you know where you’re going
You just don’t know how you’ll get there
So say a prayer

And hold on
‘Cause there’s good for those who love God
But life is not a snapshot
It might take a little time, but you’ll see the bigger picture

Would you dare, would you dare to believe
That you still have a reason to sing?
‘Cause the pain that you’ve been feeling
It can’t compare to the joy that’s coming

So hold on, you gotta wait for the light
Press on and just fight the good fight
‘Cause the pain that you’ve been feeling
It’s just the dark before the morning

Yeah, yeah, before the morning
Yeah, yeah

Once you feel the weight of glory
All your pain will fade to memory
Once you feel the weight of glory
All your pain will fade to memory, memory, memory, yeah

Would you dare, would you dare to believe
That you still got a reason to sing?
‘Cause the pain that you’ve been feeling
It can’t compare to the joy that’s coming

Would you dare, would you dare to believe
That you still got a reason to sing?
‘Cause the pain that you’ve been feeling
It can’t compare to the joy that’s coming

Come on, you gotta wait for the light
Press on and just fight the good fight
‘Cause the pain that you’ve been feeling
It’s just the hurt before the healing

Oh, the pain that you’ve been feeling
It’s just the dark before the morning
Yeah, yeah, before the morning
Yeah, yeah, before the morning

Songwriters
INGRAM, JASON / HANBURY, DAVE / THOMPSON, RICH / TENKATE, MIKE
Published by Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC

A Not-So-Lonely Road

A treasure found… true friends.

Wisdom's Workshop

The kingdom of heaven is like a girl who has heard rumors about a narrow road that leads you home. She packs her bags and prepares for a long, lonely journey, but before she can begin, she hears a mighty pounding on her door. Opening it cautiously, she finds three friends on the threshold. “Don’t be afraid,” they say. “We’re coming with you.”

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empowering via the arts.

Such a great idea.

Little Moments by Jennifer Galindo.

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ART CAN TRANSFORM COMMUNITIES,for 40 plus years Self Help Graphics & Art has served as a conduit for creativity and social change, benefiting our artists and communities. Today, more than ever, art is one of the most important driving forces behind our social justice movements and we need you to join us in helping Self Help Graphics & Art continue to be a leader in nurturing emerging artists, whether they are 8 or 80 years old – artists who serve as mediums to help transform our communities.

You can raise awareness of the program by promoting it, purchase art, and simply support SHG by attending to upcoming events. 🙂 

Self Help Graphics & Art serves it’s mission by providing a support system and fostering opportunities for emerging artists that engages communities at a local level, as well as internationally.

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