Date: 18 Jul 96 16:20:08 EDT
From: Kevin Jones <100621.17@CompuServe.COM>
To: Subscribers to the maili <TWC-L@HALMARAX.DEMON.CO.UK>
Subject: Re: Comments on TWC-L
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> Dear Anthony,
> > i wouldn't be so bold as to speak up.
> I would.
i wouldn't know what to say.
> >i say that a person doesn't need hallucinations in order to find
> > the new eyes of epiphany. -- that is my 'anything else.'
> No they don't - if they are are on the path anyway. 99% of the population isn't
> in the same ballpark! That has to be borne in mind. I'm looking at it from the
> practicality of a healer - you could be dealing with anybody. I might have to
> help a complete stranger die - he might be 17, have gone out that night for a
> piss-up with his friends and got knifed. Wouldn't be the first time I've seen
> someone die on the streets. Sod specific ideas like hallucinogens - I'm open to
> anything that will help me help anyone from a terminal cancer sufferer to
> someone bleeding their life away in the High Street. That's what I have to face.
> And I don't give a shit if I have to use Craft to do it!
a song. sung to the dying.
maybe, if i were to die in a minute. to hear "amazing grace" would
be awe-ing. a person may be able to work their 'craft with song.
amazing grace, how sweet the sound,
that saved a wretch, like me.
i once, was lost, but now, i'm found,
was blind, but now, i see.
i respect baptist choirs in that respect. hymns are beautiful when
the people singing have jesus in their hearts.
call me a believer. in music.
i don't mean that music is Thee solution for the terminally ill.
it's a personal appreciation i have.
> Been there, seen it, done it, got the tee-shirt. It's what being a healer is
> about. Patching things up for people - bodies, minds, lives. Stopping dreams
> from dying, giving a bit of hope and making things easier. It doesn't stop at
> the purely medical - and Christ do you run across some things!
a difficult path.
may you walk with a sure step.
'love in action' is a beautiful way to live.
take care and fare well.