…Not! But this song could very well be my moon day theme. Fell in love with it eons ago when I heard a seemingly homeless man play it on violin in a train station.
C Am F C F
Moon River wider than a mile, I’m crossing
C Dm7 E7 Am C7 F
you in style some day. Old dream maker, you heart
Bb9-5 Am Am7 F#m7-5 B7 Em7 A7 Dm7 G7
breaker, wherever you’re going I’m going your way
C Am F C F C
Two drifters, off to see the world, there’s such a lot of world
Dm7 E7 Am Am7 F#m7-5 F7 C
to see. We’re after the same rainbow’s end
F C F C
Waiting round the bend, my Huckleberry friend,
Am Dm G7 C C
Moon River and me.
It is not my duty to tame someone’s ego but at the very least, I can help the person by not inflating it (further). The thing is, in our society, even in popular self-help materials, low-esteem issues are often addressed by boosting the ego instead of enabling people to confront and accept reality: what is and is not; what one can and cannot do; what can be controlled and what should be entrusted to the Higher Power. Live and let live–I can do that but what annoys me really is when ego expresses itself as sense of entitlement. >:-(
I read this somewhere: Love is forgiving of mistakes, but not of betrayal.
Practiced for five consecutive days and tomorrow is led class. It is not really the led class per se that I fear but the one doing the count 😛 Should I go? A friend says, why would I pay to be tortured? She makes sense, ha! Well, as I always say, I leave my yoga life to destiny. Planning is overrated.