Understanding the Lyrics: Rescue

When you're happy, you hear the music; when you're sad, you understand the lyrics. - frank ocean

I’m back with another song that has been stuck in my head/speaking to me lately.

As we start a new year (and ooh, boy – it’s making itself known), I feel the need for hope and healing and help.

I will send out an army to find you
In the middle of the darkest night
It's true, I will rescue you
I will never stop marching to reach you
In the middle of the hardest fight
-Lyrics for Rescue by Lauren Daigle

I am TERRIBLE at asking for help.

But, I do know where I can find it when I need it.

There's never been a moment
You were forgotten
You are not hopeless
-Lyrics for Rescue by Lauren Daigle

May you have the sense of peace and hope you need.

Rescue

Lauren Daigle

You are not hidden
There’s never been a moment
You were forgotten
You are not hopeless
Though you have been broken
Your innocence stolen

I hear you whisper underneath your breath
I hear your SOS, your SOS

I will send out an army to find you
In the middle of the darkest night
It’s true, I will rescue you

There is no distance
That cannot be covered
Over and over
You’re not defenseless
I’ll be your shelter
I’ll be your armor

I hear you whisper underneath your breath
I hear your SOS, your SOS

I will send out an army to find you
In the middle of the darkest night
It’s true, I will rescue you
I will never stop marching to reach you
In the middle of the hardest fight
It’s true, I will rescue you

I hear the whisper underneath your breath
I hear you whisper, you have nothing left

I will send out an army to find you
In the middle of the darkest night
It’s true, I will rescue you
I will never stop marching to reach you
In the middle of the hardest fight
It’s true, I will rescue you

Oh, I will rescue you

Source: Musixmatch
Songwriters: Jason David Ingram / Lauren Daigle / Paul Brendon Mabury
Rescue lyrics © Centricsongs, See You At The Pub

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This year has been something.

I am never one for reminiscing.

Something about always only thinking of the ways I screwed up and/or embarrassed the hell out of myself. Something about how an Enneagram 6 is focused in the present (explains a LOT, actually). Something about me just being done with the things in the past. Also,

But, really, this year has looked like this

One thing I think most of us have done this year is change.
It means there has been growth.

Change definition and synonyms

I find this a great time to reevaluate all of the media I am consuming.
A little bit of a cleanout of my IG follows and YouTube subscriptions, etc.

Here are some things to consider during this process:

Has their humor change? Was it always not that funny and you just got smarter?
Do they go above and beyond to explain their position? Aka over-explain. Aka mansplain.
Does some of their humor center around making fun of other people?

Their position is not necessarily wrong or problematic, it’s just not aligning with your current mentality.

Do you find yourself always skipping through their stories or muting their videos.

You have permission to unfollow.

It doesn’t matter if you were there since the beginning. Some relationships need to end.

Their stuff might not necessarily be toxic, but is it really good for your mental health?

How often do you view their content, listen to their stuff, read their words… only because you always have?

You have permission to unfollow.

See you next year!

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