10 Feb 2021

Dear Friend,

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Personal News

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Website Speed

Over the past few weeks the Resources For Life website has been loading slowly due to a wide-spread technical problem. Occasionally pages would not load at all. During the time that there were problems with the site, I refrained from trying to post new content and also cut back on promoting content. I’m hoping this problem is mostly resolved.

What’s New

See the latest posts and content at ResourcesForLife.com/new

Heart Songs

This month’s Heart Songs selection is “Where’s My Love” by SYML from the album Hurt for Me. This video has over 130 million views on YouTube across its various versions — 78 million here and 52 million here. The music video version is a sad and emotional depiction of the song, so you may want to skip that.

Acoustic Version

Music Video Version

Live Performance Version

French Version with Chorus in English

“Where’s My Love” – Lyrics

[Verse 1]
Cold bones, yeah, that’s my love
She hides away, like a ghost

[Refrain]
Ooh, does she know that we bleed the same?
Ooh, don’t wanna cry but I break that way

[Verse 2]
Cold sheets, oh, where’s my love?
I am searching high, I’m searching low in the night

[Refrain]
Ooh, does she know that we bleed the same?
Ooh, don’t wanna cry but I break that way

[Chorus]
Did she run away? Did she run away? I don’t know
If she ran away, if she ran away, come back home
Just come home

[Verse 3]
I got a fear, oh, in my blood
She was carried up into the clouds high above

[Refrain]
Ooh, If you bled, I bleed the same
Ooh, If you’re scared, I’m on my way

[Chorus]
Did you run away? Did you run away? I don’t need to know
But if you ran away, if you ran away, come back home
Just come home

Thanks!

I want to thank the global team of volunteerscontributors, and workers “behind the scenes” who help make all this possible. I’m very grateful to the many people who continue to uphold and advance the mission of Resources for Life. Thanks again for your support. Please let me know if there is any way that Resources for Life can serve you better.

Regards,
Greg

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