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Each Day Begins

128. Each Day Begins

For a long time on Sunday morning as I drove the thirty minutes to the church, in order to warm my voice up for the choir, I would sing the round “When Jesus Wept.” It was also an excellent way to extend my breathing ability for I would sing each two lines and breathe and then try to sing each four lines on one breath.

One day I got discouraged about the words and decided to write new words to this very old round. Now I sing it more in the car than just on Sunday because it also reminds me to “live the love.”

Each day begins

And then each day ends.

And so our lives

Have endings too.

Look closely now

At time you have,

And use your moments

To live the love.

—–

© Copyright 2012 by Ann Freeman Price

(Can be sung to the tune: “When Jesus Wept”)

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