When the storm of life is raging / Stand by me / When the storm of life is raging / Stand by me / When the world is tossing me / Like a ship upon the sea / Thou who rulest wind and water / Stand by me
In the midst of tribulation / Stand by me / In the midst of tribulation / Stand by me / When the hosts of hell assail / And my strength begins to fail / Thou who never lost a battle / Stand by me
In the midst of faults and failures / Stand by me / In the midst of faults and failures / Stand by me / When I do the best I can / And my friends don’t understand / Thou who knowest all about me / Stand by me
== the Blackwood Brothers
Psychologist Aaron Kipnis explains how wounds have different depths, i.e. phisical, psychological and soul wounds. Discussed the impact nd healing of these wounds.
Recorded at the 1999 Minnesota Men’s Conference.
Robert Bly takes us along on his search for his own father, through wild, joyful, mythic and contemplative poems—discussing the grief upon his death and their relationship ever since, and the ‘young hawk’ that still lives inside himself. Recorded at the 1995 Minnesota Men’s Conference.
via Minnesota Men’s Conference Searching for the Father | Robert Bly.