When I Couldn’t Go On

In years gone by, in another lifetime, in a land far away the days were dark.  The bars of my prison multiplied.  Everything that could cripple me attacked in swift succession.  I discovered a cassette tape of Ron Kenoly.  I had not heard of this person before.  I quickly recognized the power of this tape, for I clung to its message as a lifeline.  Each evening when work and duty were done, I would retreat to my room and play the tape over and over.  I was desperate for life, for hope, for love.  When I couldn’t go on, this was the gift I needed.

Tonight, by happenstance, I discovered the same production on YouTube.  The 75 minutes to watch and to listen in its entirety is one of the greatest investments a hungry, hurting, thirsty and lonely soul can make.

Welcome to my sanctuary.  Make yourself at home and take what you need.  There’s plenty to go round.

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