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Inspirational song/video
off_the_wall posted:
I usually don't listen to music at all because I find it tends to trigger me more often than it helps. That being said, when we get in the car now my almost 2 year old daughter starts begging for "music, music!" so in order to put on some music that I feel is appropriate for her to listen to, I've started putting on the Christian radio station. There's a song on there that they keep playing that just really gives me hope and so I wanted to share it here. It does deal a bit with Christianity but I think it could be pretty inspirational to anyone. Just wanted to share. It's the YouTube link below:
bubbles_bobble responded:
that was cool! I don't know how to get the words on my laptop so i'll sometime today go into my office and figure it out there. I just don't like to bring up this site on that computer so office helps sees.
thinking i best not. any ideas how to get the music on to utubes stuff or anthing thats online? i don't get anywords!
One day at a time
Caprice_WebMD_Staff responded:
I'm glad you found something that lifts your spirits AND delights your daughter, OTW.
You're braver than you believe, and stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think.
~Christopher Robin to Pooh
Kate_Te replied to Caprice_WebMD_Staff's response:
OTW - I don't usually listen to christian rock, but that was a really cool song & video! Thanks for sharing it with us.

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