posted on May 31, 2006 at 9:04 am

morning fiendss
yep
im in spain
im in bilbao
on the north atlantic coast
lovely little hotel
full of art for arts sake
great room
al mod cons
makes the columbia hotel in london
seem like a prison
this is my home for a few days
and im happy to be here
i feel moreorless neutral towards spain
it aint on my a list like switzerland, holland, hungary,italia
but it aint on my z list like you know where
(the states, france, blighty)
its on my neutral list,
along with germany and belgium and i dunno
as if these countries give a toss what ole sk thinks
so here we are
marty in his element speaking spanish
(i dont like that lisping much tho……)
hello to
manfred u
a lovely german hippy
hello to johnny garret
hello to denise
hello to jaime r
hello to d and t that i met in sydney at the winebank
amanda princess, my greek friend
in melby
hello to nicky s in dublin
to donald b in melby…hows my jack frost videos going
to my friend and brother the mud man
to the guys in colourado
to holly j, my arty mannyger
to gee none, my poetry coordinater
to all the rest
rikki m
belfy
nicky l in putney
(druid, that cd HIT THE FUCKING SPOT)
to boy d, i love ya
ya wifes lovely
and yer son is twice as handsome as you
to altres, my saviour
all the rest of ya
im so in love with you all

i pay my obeisances to vishnu
the most glorious gorgeous magnificent one
he who lets our eyes see
and our ears hear
who makes everything happen in its own goode time
someone wrote in yesterday
why vishnu
why krishna
cant my god be nameless…?
yes he can
god is so kind
he will come to you no matter
my wife n my mother n my brothers call me steven
my friends call me steve
the guys in the groop call me killer
my doodles call me daddy
sometimes the twillies call me papa
the guy in the bank calls me mr kilbey
a guy on a bus might call me sir or mate or hey you
i’ll fucking answer to any of those names
if you need me, if you wanna talk to me
but
like
people
i been searching since i was born
ive dabbled in the lot
drugs, magic, christianity
new age
nlp,alp
i read the koran
i read the bible
i read the pali sutras of buddha
but
for me
the sublime thinking mans way
is bhakti yoga
devotion to god
to krishna
to vishnu
if i was god
id sure appear to humanity as vishnu
but my wife is a devotee of ganesha
the elephant god
we got more statues of old jumbo in our house
than ya can shake a wand at
for her she speaks to lord ganesha
and he answers
the hindus say vishnu has one thousand names
such are his attributes
on the battlefield of the mahabharata
arjuna implores krishna to reveal himself
in his universal form
krishna obliges his friend and devotee
but the sight is more than he can stand
so terrible and inexorably beautiful it is
“i saw whole universes being swallowed up in your mouths”
he begs krishna to return back to his human form
it was all too much
we have personalities and form
god can be formless, huge
a raging electrical void
but its hard for us to have a relationship with that
god is our father
fathers have personalities
god takes on the personality his devotee wishes
god can be your friend
your parent
your child
your lover
dont put limitations on it
vishnu/krishna was the one who came to me
when i hit that bottom
i know
but then again thats how i approached him
if you call for jesus
or shiva
or some goddess
if you call sincerely and needfully
im sure they will appear in these forms
in fact
it occurred to me
when vishnu did come to me that time
that it was more like
that i removed the barrier keeping him out
like taking a seal off something
it was me keeping him out
he was all around
but i was shutting him out
he will flow if you remove the barrier
of course as they say in narnia
aslan aint a TAME lion
meaning god aint at yer beck n call
you gotta mean it
you gotta work at it
i been up for three hours
bathing, purifying my body
chi gong
yoga
meditation
practising this art of communing with god
you think i could play bass n write songs
without years of practice
everything needs practice
you gotta work long n hard
marty speaks fuckin fluent spanish
i dunno a word
but he put those long hours in years ago
i didnt
i cant complain if i didnt do any work
atheism is a bit like that
you dont get results outta nothing
you have to figure it all out
i told ya
after 26 years in this groop
im only just beginning to sing
thats a lotta practice
how much harder if ya wanna walk n talk with jesus
nothing here comes easy…just like that
so i say to ya
read the gita
do some yoga
still your mind
then
and only then
if ya get no results
write back and tell me im jiving ya
proofs in the pudding baybee
you gotta do the homework (unfortunately)
a sublime bit of hindu philosophy
a master and a pupil
“master where does god reside”
the master says
“go to that yonder fig tree and pluck its fruit”
the pupil does so
“now cut the fruit open..what do ya see”
“i see these tiny black seeds”
“now crack a seed open what do ya see now?”
“master, there is nothing there”
ah says the master
that
that nothing
is the power behind everything.
its huge
its infintessimally tiny
its everywhere
its nowhere
get yer head round the paradoxes
you have to
this western world says
things are a or b
eastern world says things are both a and b and yet neither
when i 1st wanted to play bass n sing
i had to learn to deal with that little tiny paradox
my brains going whoah boy
i cant do both these things
i can only do one or the other..
i had to learn a way to do both
now its so easy for me its hard to imagine
a time i couldnt do it
i had to straighten out my brain
who was the “i” straightening out my brain
ah
that was the self
the one self
the same self
in every one of us
in the rocks
in the trees
in the aquatics
i guess even in some motherfucking idiot like georgie bush
there is that one self
that simply knows
how to do everything
the trick
to shut up yer mind
that dont know hardly anythin’
so you can hear the subtle message of the self
so thats why
i work on myself 2 or 3 hours a day
so the self
the brahman
the vishnu in my heart
can be heard
can whisper its knowledge
to my lumpen brain n body
cos i wanna hear that voice
i dont fucking care bout the world cup
(the beautiful game…HA!!)
i dont care bout the pop charts
wall street index
the bad n mediocre reviews ultc is getting
by people who obviously didnae listen
i dont care about yer gossip rags
or bread pitts new diet
or prince harrys new abortion
or whatever
i just wanna hear that sweet voice
we all have inside us
if you were at the borderline
you witnessed the result of my hard work
at rehabilitating my lazy middleaged puffy slob
that i was
into what im trying to become
its a work in progress
for 52 years
i aint even half a % there yet
im still arrogant angry revengeful
lustful greedy etc etc
(insert yer own most loathesome sk quality here)
but im gonna keep on trying
one of the side effects of this process
will be my songs n singing getting better n better
the happiness of my band
the communication with y’all
i thought the cchhur was MY band
nope
its all our band now
im just in control
but im trying to take on all yer dearest expectations
n actualise em for ya
a huge gig, my fiendss
i wont let ya down
our next album will be better
the next after that better still
i will be getting older AND better
till i drop off my perch
i am committed to you
i am committed to creating beautiful pop music
(to answer fandorins question)
i only realised that in the last 4 years
the guy before that wasnt me
he was a half me
not trying
not caring
tossing off the goode with the badde
but no longer
im gonna give ya the best of my love
you will be able to depend on it
i have surrounded myselves with players n producers
the calibre of tp, mwp, pk
simon pollywaffle
jeffy caino
mr kennedy
g bennie
im gonna give ya some goode stuff before i go
and i aint planning on goin anywhere fer a while

anyway that leaves me here
in bilbao
in a little hotel by the river
mountains all around
spaniards in the works
gigs to do
interviews to bullshit my way thru
people to meet
skies to see
gods to adore
im so excited by it all
the wonder of it all, baybee
its great being sk
i used to hate it
i hadda spend 500 bucks a day on smack
to get away from myself
now it aint so badde
i put in the hard yards
i beginning to see a light at the end o the tunnel
yes i still get angry when i lose my bologg
after typing it to ya for 2 fucking hours
yes i still have a million faults
very few virtues
im a human being
but i got lord vishnu sitting in my heart of hearts
and he and i got a tiny dialogue going
i love you people
please dont give up on it all
there IS a whole lotta hurt before ya get to the bliss
but you CAN get thru
bye bye blackbird
steve(n)
xxxxxx

43 Responses to “spanish is the loving tongue”

  1. avatar
    daniel 26, 12 | 31 May 2006 at 11:09 am #

    thanks!

  2. avatar
    veleska1970 | 31 May 2006 at 11:18 am #

    i once, too, had a point in my life in which i was angry at God and even hated Him. but now i’m past that, and it’a amazing how much clarity you gain when you just open yourself up. i’m still struggling, but it’s getting better!! 😀

  3. avatar
    Anonymous | 31 May 2006 at 11:40 am #

    beautiful blog
    And beautiful shows in London. Was well worth the trip. That was the most loving, respectful, enthusiastic, polite, gorgeous audience I have ever had the pleasure to be amoung. No idiots shouting nonsense. No one there who did not really care. Just an audience in love, and enjoying every moment. My Church tour is over for the moment, but I am sure you will be back. I am also sure the best still awaits. With the way you and the band are going these days, I really believe this.
    I hope you enjoyed the unicum in London, and I was thrilled to see Hungary on your “A” list now.

    Thx for the prints, and for letting me hear a few tracks of M. Can hardly get it out of my head. From now on, I will always carry a blank cd with me. dammit!

    all the best.
    “sir” kevinN

  4. avatar
    RA | 31 May 2006 at 12:16 pm #

    Beautiful words again today SK. Still smarting from missing Borderline…

    Spain is a beautiful country. I’ve never done the coastal “hot spots” where all those beer swilling little-englanders go, but the interior and the atlantic coast are fabulous.

    Stayed in an old monastery on hill above a tiny village near Zarragosa (sp?) for a few days once, then toured around those huge river valleys on my Ducati for a while. Not much food in those remote parts for a veggie, but it’s worth it.

    Peace,

    Richard

  5. avatar
    mattdavison | 31 May 2006 at 12:20 pm #

    sTEVEN this opens a line of thought for me, please listen.
    I have not spent 500 on crack. I have spent a million on gambling on poker machines. In Melbo where i spent a year or two trying to get acting work (and to see yr band) infact that was my real reason as; I know you will not tour New Zealand.. (“serious.) and I have suffered..

    2day I lost 4 thousand after selling paintings and I feel like the universe is caving in around me. you know the night i hung out with you guys MWP told me I was the coolest dude he had meet..I left that night with a mind blowing experience with my fav muso lads and lost thousands at the Crown Fuc-up of Melbo. and I don’t know why mabee I am just hiding from myself, IN AN ADDICTION I CAN’T FIGHT……

    You guys have saved my life with your music on many occassions and I love you all. Perhaps I don’t fully love myself. Steve I wonder if we broke past that “”Is he a crazy fan thing… what could you say!! I am a humble artist and actor who love the Church more than most things in life, and I thank you.
    Be safe in Spain The Kings will be at yr gig(that I know)

    I feel very sad after selling my beautiful art….can you imagine why.
    You can all look if you click on my blue name header above.
    M

  6. avatar
    Anonymous | 31 May 2006 at 12:25 pm #

    Fucking beautiful Steve,

    You guys give more at 52 than the stones ever gave at 35.

    41

  7. avatar
    sue cee | 31 May 2006 at 1:31 pm #

    You dont know HOW great it is to you get to this place SK! The future looks bright. Knock’em dead killer!
    x

  8. avatar
    fantasticandy | 31 May 2006 at 1:34 pm #

    steve,i really do understand,for me he came as the spirit of the trees,but it took me 26 years to understand what he was saying to me! it is because you give so much of yourself to others that you are so loved in return.we spoke briefly at the borderline and i blurted out foolishly,thanks for never comprimising.in truth you know no other way.thanx for such a blissful new album and also for keeping those other 3 wizards in tow!oh..please tell us the girls are ok now? one more thing thank you from the bottom of my heart for being such a gent when ignorant twats like me ask for smiley photos just after youv’e lost someone so close.have a great time in spain and safe trip back to your loved ones. thanx,thanx,tanx.

  9. avatar
    John Garratt | 31 May 2006 at 1:58 pm #

    Hello Killer/Steve(n)

    I hope you don’t mind, but I stole a small piece of “Welcome” yesterday for my own purposes. I promise to give it back. Someday.

  10. avatar
    Anonymous | 31 May 2006 at 3:19 pm #

    Steve – Thanks for your insight. Makes me happy to see you at some peace. Though I’m early in writing back, just wanted to add that I’m no Atheist. I’ve seen the clear, blinding light in those rare sporadic moments. In due time perhaps more will come. See you in the untied states.

  11. avatar
    Anonymous | 31 May 2006 at 3:55 pm #

    a similar outlook, regarding your take on recording live shows:
    http://www.dgmlive.com/diaries.htm?entry=3986
    (scroll down past the pics).

  12. avatar
    Anonymous | 31 May 2006 at 4:00 pm #

    special feelings
    for spain
    beautiful
    social
    funloving
    people
    i lived in madrid
    for a year
    26 years ago
    but what i
    learned there
    is still with me

    continue to
    enjoy the
    glorious moments sk
    every single one

    lots of love
    diane

  13. avatar
    CeciliaGin | 31 May 2006 at 4:15 pm #

    Buenos dias, hermano.
    My grand dad was from Bilbao and one day I’ll make it there.
    I don’t lisp my Spanish b/c I’m Mexican!
    Besos,
    Cecilia
    or
    Thethilia
    as the geography hits you.
    xxx

  14. avatar
    Christopher. | 31 May 2006 at 4:45 pm #

    Hey there sk,I was at the borderline for both sets,both top notch,massive move on from the aent tour, imho.
    I met you backstage at the borderline before your solo show a few years ago about 4 I think.do you remember? via boydy.
    yep you sure are in better shape than that time ,physically,mentally and spiritually i would say,seeing you on monday giving 100 % as ever and it `s paying off,the band the voice,and so on.it was a great night.
    Funny to think of you at some hotel, columbia? in bayswater,I like portobello, soho, camden, and `hyde park`, even though I`m from Stevenage, about 10 miles from welywn garden city, where i believe you said you lived for the 1st couple of years of your life. hope you enjoyed your stroll in the park.love chris.x

  15. avatar
    Rehan | 31 May 2006 at 5:08 pm #

    What a fantastic trip! Budapest, London, Bilbao, God/Vishnu//Jesus…its all too much! and we’re all(most)with you all the way! Good Luck Good health and here’s to many more good gigs! rehan

  16. avatar
    Anonymous | 31 May 2006 at 5:45 pm #

    i remember after some show in Portland or Seattle (HOB tour i think), i asked what you believed. your response was great! you, at the time, said you didn’t know what you believed. you said find something & really study it.
    you likened it to martial arts. you can study a bit of karate, a bit of kung fu, a bit of whatever others, but, at the end of the day, you’ll still get your ass kicked because you never mastered one!
    great comments sk! see ya in the states this summer
    lloyd

  17. avatar
    Queen Hatshepsut | 31 May 2006 at 5:49 pm #

    Hello Steven!
    That’s funny that your family calls you that but your friends call you Steve. Same deal with my bro. We all call him Steven; his friends call him Steve. I’m not allowed to call him Steve. Sometimes I get mixed up and want to call you Steven and my brother Steve.

    ANYWAY…another stunningly beautiful blog. I pull no punches with you, some of your blogs have tres annoyed me for one idiotic reason or another but my gosh lately you are just on a roll…I will tell you a secret…I feel like your blog yesterday was a prayer that was answered for me. I am not on smack (or any drug) but sometimes I mainline something worse (well, I don’t if it is worse but it feels very painful)…hopelessness…and I printed out your blog and I have been reading the pertinent parts again and again. You know, that part about that horrible hotel in London…ok, enough w/the stupid jokes.

    I wondered why you kept mentioning Vishnu so I looked it up. And then today you answered the question – get out of my head! I hope to get to a place like you are someday. I fear my inability to do yoga properly will bar me from it – ha! Anyone who says yoga is easy or isn’t spiritual hasn’t really tried yoga.

    I’m really ranting and late for my ‘doodles’ – all 16 of them. I am happy you’re happy in Spain. Good on Marty for speaking Spanish – he’s such a tool with all his languages! Ha! But Steve, I think you’ve learned the universal language – and that’s what truly matters. God, Vishnu, Jesus, Buddha, whatever… bless you.

    And who the HELL is giving ULTC mediocre or bad reviews? Let me at them! ; )

    love always,
    your fan and friend and student lately,
    denise
    xxoo
    p.s. your girls have been in my prayers. as I do not have children I can only IMAGINE the worry and agony you’ve gone through w/their health.

  18. avatar
    davem | 31 May 2006 at 6:05 pm #

    Steve.
    Beautiful words….again. Full of love & optimism & challenge. I said to the wifey after the show that you were all so together that we can bank on another album & tour. Looking forward to your inspiring us for years to come.
    I admit I’m an old cynic but will try & find some space to “put the hours in” as you’ve said.
    Thanks for all the time & love & hope.
    Love you more

    D

  19. avatar
    CAPTAIN BEYOND | 31 May 2006 at 6:42 pm #

    could you give me a + sign or a – sign to keep writing??? i feel like i’m in limbo once again…
    mjnjr

  20. avatar
    OTTOMT | 31 May 2006 at 6:51 pm #

    mjnjr:
    I asked the magic 8-ball if you should keep writing, and it said “doubt it”. Please keep in mind that it’s a TOY magic 8-ball, a mini one at that.
    CPE

  21. avatar
    CeciliaGin | 31 May 2006 at 6:57 pm #

    Spanish translation on partial bloggie:
    “i told ya
    after 26 years in this groop
    im only just beginning to sing
    thats a lotta practice”

    Te lo dije
    despues de 26 años en este grupo
    solo empiezo a cantar
    eso representa mucha practica

    “im so in love with you all”
    Estoy enamorado con todos ustedes

  22. avatar
    Elduvik | 31 May 2006 at 8:09 pm #

    Again a beautiful entry, you’re saying just what I was hoping to hear.
    Cant get the London shows out of my head. Its been one of the greatest nights of my life. Did you know- it was doing a journey within myself. I was so proud to be a part of it- I also think the audience was great, but thats because you guys were great- we saw you were giving 110% and we just followed your path.
    Steve-We all want to be a part of this stream of love. We badly need love, we need to give it and receive it. Thats what you do for us and thats what I beleve all of us here are trying to do as we post on your blog, hoping you’ll bear with all these silly words…
    BTW: perhaps I lost track of something, but why in this world are you going to shut this blog off on november??? Its simply beautiful to get this daily connection with you, how can I do without it? Any chance you’ll change your mind??
    Ciao

    Andreas
    Genoa/Italy

  23. avatar
    daydreamer | 31 May 2006 at 8:30 pm #

    In regards to one’s spirituality & belief in a higher power: my very first yoga teacher once answered a young Christian girl in class who was conflicted by his teachings by saying “there are many paths but they all lead to the same place.” isn’t that what you’re trying to say?

    Personally, that Star Trekky “Force” idea makes about the most sense to me. That, and the Native American concept of a “spirit” within all living and non-living things. Nuf said here, I’ll save my religion essay for my own blog.

    Your band mates call you Killer ?!? Don’t they know you’re a pacifist???

    love,
    Sandy

    ps I’ll just keep calling you Steve, if you don’t mind.

  24. avatar
    the dean | 31 May 2006 at 11:15 pm #

    your frankness and sincerity are blowing me away. you are an inspiration to all of us on the way.

  25. avatar
    Anonymous | 31 May 2006 at 11:25 pm #

    SK,

    Thanks for the lovely blog, made my day.

    Cheers
    DR

  26. avatar
    public savant | 1 June 2006 at 12:15 am #

    I just used ‘ineluctable’ in a phone hook-up with the heavy shitters. It came outta nowhere. Fuck it felt good. Such a textured word on the palate. Everyone should say it in conversation at least once a week.

    My Church-buddy and lovely brother-in-law Steve gives me a sign at Church gigs (because I have no musical knowledge whatsoever, but christ do i know what i like) when your bass playing and singing are on completely different planes (see, I can’t even remember whether it’s tempo or something else – Steve H, are you lurking?). Anyway, it blows me away every time. Apparently not many can do it to the extent that you can, which doesn’t surprise me.

    With the DC sniper’s trial in the news, I’ve been reminded of the little snafu that recently ensued here concerning firearms. And i’ve just been thinking – for whom did the right to bear arms work in the case of the sniper? The hopelessly unwitting victims who couldn’t have had less chance of self-defence? Or the coward in the bushes with the telescopic scope and the erection? Anyway, just a very late thought on the matter.

    Lay off Jean-Paul Sartre man, he was no lightweight. If Simone De Beauvoir thought that he knew what he was talking about, that’s good enough for me. Atheism isn’t as easy a gig as everyone thinks.

  27. avatar
    Anonymous | 1 June 2006 at 12:18 am #

    oh blissful one
    i haven’t heard you sounding happier and at peace with life
    you are obviously sending out and receiving a lot of love
    thanks for sharing the stories
    and hope the bliss remains

  28. avatar
    virex | 1 June 2006 at 1:35 am #

    Nice blog. All those references to the self (i) makes me want to re-read P.D.Ouspensky’s books. The irony about George Bush is that he is supposed to be a Christian, but murder is forbidden in Christianity.

  29. avatar
    Anonymous | 1 June 2006 at 1:36 am #

    SK you have always been BIG in my world – Your upfront positive energy “Makes my Day’s”

    Thanks for the soul food.

  30. avatar
    LittleSecret | 1 June 2006 at 1:39 am #

    Steve,
    You are the evidence and the proof that to believe and be dedicated in KNOWING, you can achieve both peace of mind and soul. Through this peace and acceptance you have found strength and honesty… both beautiful things.
    Love always.

  31. avatar
    crucified in space | 1 June 2006 at 1:41 am #

    Don’t forget to bring back boots of spanish leather.

  32. avatar
    lucy in the sky with diamonds | 1 June 2006 at 1:43 am #

    I found your magic tree in a forest where the ground was covered with leaves all with writing on them, some of the leaves came from newspapers, some from novels or philosophy or religion, all the leaves swirling round in confusion when the winds blew

    When I got to your tree my heart started reading not just my eyes so I climbed up, following the rhythm of the leaves on the branches of your thoughts

    There were little carved out bits in the trunk with text that glowed with love and laughter and pain that moved me to a place outside myself, where voices starting coming to me, keep him true they said

    At the top of the tree I saw you there your hands moving through a trunk full of letters of all the alphabets, as you touched them they turned into diamonds

    You pulled out a handful and flung them across the night with the beauty that gives meaning while the galaxy smiled at these shining stars from the hand of the man of the magic poetree

  33. avatar
    Anonymous | 1 June 2006 at 2:08 am #

    Good to see that the touring thing aint so bad after all & that you’re gonna keep gigging – aftet all thats what it’s all about at the end of the day.

    That venue in Bilbao looks like a renovated high school gym.
    Should be cool.
    Be interesting to hear your thoughts.

    Dutch Pierre

  34. avatar
    mike a | 1 June 2006 at 2:17 am #

    Love your blogs from Europe – great insight and focus – very glad you were able to let Vishnu in and start a brand new chapter in your life. I think you said before that it’s all in your intent – and hard work with that – to be your best and to always improve your songs and singing.

    Example – “there IS a whole lotta hurt before ya get to the bliss” – your best lyrics yet!!!

  35. avatar
    Azza | 1 June 2006 at 6:42 am #

    Superb blog, yet again. they just keep getting better and better Steve. I love coming here and reading your thoughts then the love of your commenting fans. It is a highlight in my day. Thank you.

  36. avatar
    captainmission | 1 June 2006 at 7:10 am #

    Hey man, this here blog is getting almost as inspirational as your tunes, i absolutly love that line,
    ‘it’s a whole lotta hurt before you get to the bliss.’
    from the moment i heard it i knew that was The line, it’s a wisdom just resonates with me. I also loved the line, ‘The Universe is female.’
    That’s a fucking great line, come to think of it, there aren’t any lines i don’t really like. (Sorry I am getting boring.)
    Anyways, it’s so great to know you have this incredible energy flowing through you these days, its so positive, life affirming and joyous, i know its hard to sustain it, man i know, it’s a lot harder than the other paths of cynicism and dispair, but there’s something very cool i feel when i read your blog, it the multi facets, the many surfaces, masks and personalites, its the slow revelation, the peeling away of layers and the uncovering of a truely brilliant artist who shares his gift with the rest of us, offers us transcendance. Sure beats the usual ‘dial tone; most bands offer.
    Anyway despite feeling slightly sad that i never made it to Loninium to see the shows i am thrilled for those who did. It’s a really amazing thing to be part of an audence and get so blown away, abducted by friendly elves or something akin to elves, maybe.
    Well enjoy spain, its freaking freezing in sydney, so i hope you get a chance to enjoy the sun, a few days off and the gigs.

  37. avatar
    captainmission | 1 June 2006 at 7:11 am #

    ps Matt I loved your paintings. They are beautiful.

  38. avatar
    Andromeda7 | 1 June 2006 at 7:27 am #

    Sweetheart, thanks for three days worth of juissance, brought tears to my eyes. Glad you believe again in The Church, thanks Peter, Marty and Tim for keeping the passion bonfire burning through the ice white nights of oblivion, and to you, SK, for all of this and your open heart

    x Jen

  39. avatar
    Dig | 1 June 2006 at 7:53 am #

    I closest ever got to god(?) is through music and the church have always been my favourite band, that must say something.

  40. avatar
    dig | 1 June 2006 at 7:57 am #

    Yeah I know typo
    I meant to say
    The closest I have ever got to god(?) is through music and the church have always been my favourite band, that must say something.

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    Anonymous | 1 June 2006 at 12:58 pm #

    wow steve kilbey the person put the name on that concept that few willfully embrace, paradox. Not sure about the whole krishna thing I think the 4 noble truths and the eight fold path speak for them selves, no magic or gods just knowledge deducted from experience.

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