This song was used as music for Song 382 – A Song of Praise, or Psalm 156, which is taken from Judges Chapter 5. It was written one evening I was alone. Andrea was probably in Salt Lake. I found myself looking at the little pig floating above it’s reflection in the Mirage parabolic mirrors. I remember when Ethan first saw this illusion he started to cry, because what he did not feel did not match his visual reality. I was teaching him about a physics delusion. Einstein had a deep emotional attachment to determinism, and taught, God doesn’t play dice.” Stephen Hawking has a interesting lecture posted, where he writes “Not only does God definitely play dice, but He sometimes confuses us by throwing them where they can’t be seen.” I look forward to the afterlife, where we will come to truly understand physics and geology. In the meantime, “electromagnetic dice (are) an illustration of spiritual paradise.” The pig was facing the Christmas Tree, and it looked as if he could really see. This was different to the pigs on the farm, which became bacon for breakfast and pork chops for dinner. The feelings as I wrote out words for the song, was that the spirit world is very near. A stated in the write-up to Song 001, I have used the scientific method to prove to myself over and over and over again and again and again the spirit is near, and when we listen “our minds can find truth more valuable than gold.” Again, “I have experienced having thoughts planted in my head from a source outside of myself many times in my life.”
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