Monday, December 26, 2005

One Christmas Eve...

then again i realised. posting on Christmas with some sad tale, grouchy, lamenting bla bla bla.... what the? so wrong... Hope came to earth!

anyways, this song was the main song in one of the musicals that i was involve in last time. i was doing a solo dance or performing out the story from the second verse. yes, yes... william can dance. but please don't ask me to dance. haha...

i wanted to post this some time ago but thought of it as the wrong time. its not Christmas time. but hey, its a reminder of the wonderful birth of Jesus, our Saviour. why only remember it during Christmas in Dec?

have a meaningful Christmas

One Christmas Eve
written by Wayne Watson

He was a loving father
Gentle master of his home
But all alone against their love for God
No Savior of his own
Unmoved and softly cynical of those he thought naive
God come to earth? A virgin birth?
No, how could anybody believe?

His Christmas evening solitaire
Beside the fire's glow
Out the window tiny sparrows
In the spell of chilling snow
And moved with deep compassion
With a redeeming plan he arose
And he tried in vain to gather them
To a shelter from the killing winter cold

Oh, but simple creatures seldom comprehend the ways of man
And sometimes love expressed is met with doubt and fear
He thought if I could only fly among you
I could make you understand
Just for a moment walk beside you
I know it would all be clear
It would all be clear

And even before the thought had left his mind
Christmas bells from far away
Reminded him of simple truth he'd denied until that very day
How Jesus was born the Savior
Walked this earth with mortal man
Another soul brought safely home
And Christmas would never be the same again.


my apologies for not posting anything. i actually had lots of thoughts to post. but i also had another battle to decide.

my parents or specifically, my mother reads my blog. so it is kind of a wondering a little for me about what to do.

its long story but i don't think it would be nice to explain out about some background of the reasonings and why. it would rise more questions.

would want to continue cause i had a goal and purpose. but if i continue, i would get scolding for 'wasting time' (and please don't ask me to elaborate why).

so, hmmm....