I went to see the doctor of philosophy With a poster of Rasputin and a beard down to his knee He never did marry or see a B-grade movie He graded my performance, he said he could see through me I spent four years prostrate to the higher mind, got my paper And I was free.
I stopped by the bar at 3 A. To seek solace in a bottle or possibly a friend I woke up with a headache like my head against a board Twice as cloudy as I'd been the night before I went in seeking clarity.
We go to the bible, we go through the workout We read up on revival and we stand up for the lookout There's more than one answer to these questions Pointing me in a crooked line The less I seek my source for some definitive The closer I am to fine The closer I am to fine The closer I am to fine. Share lyrics. Closer To Fine comments.
Rationalization skills tend to be a detriment to this quest. As an experiment I started a Grateful List exercise.
After about a week or two you realize pretty quickly that you have train loads of things to be grateful for, possibly magnified if you have had the benefit of international travel. After a month, I noticed a marked improvement in my attitude. If you are anxious you are living in the future. If you are at peace you are living in the present. Some appraisers I talk to are tired or discouraged by producing commercial appraisals the same way they did when they started their career. Save This Event Log in or sign up for Eventbrite to save events you're interested in.
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Kicking off the set was “Closer To Fine,” written by Saliers on a porch in Vermont while vacationing with her family. She had just graduated from. Amy Ray and Emily Saliers of the Indigo Girls write separately, and this song was written by Saliers, who told us it is based on real experiences. Said Saliers: "All of my songs, they're a combination of real experiences and what I observe through other people's behavior and.