If you are interested in exploring this subject further I am including some extra information here that is related to the lyrics of 'Breathe' by Pink Floyd



Selected comments from the Song Meanings site 1

Selected comments from the Song Meanings site 2

Run Rabbit Run


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 The Four Elements Expressed in Breathe

Dark Rabbit  (rabbit symbolism)

Sketch by Karpsy



Selected comments from the Song Meanings site 1


·         To me the album Dark Side of the Moon is a story of life. It begins with a heartbeat and ends with the heartbeat that stops. Breathe, being the first song, means the first breath of air after being born. The rest of the song talks about all the shit you'll do in your life, which gets explained later in the album.

·         I think this song is about birth. A new man is born, but right from the beginning he is taught what the world is really about and that hard work is the key to life, that you must work and work and work, like how are workaholic society is.

·         Too many people get caught up digging holes one after another. It's almost senseless. Ride the wave, but if you concentrate on getting the biggest wave you'll miss out on life and eventually get an early grave. Enjoy existence, because [once] you're time is up, all your life has been are those laughs and tears, touches and sights, your memory man.

·         Life is what you make of it. So go out and see and experience things. thats all you can do. that really is all your life will ever be.

·         This song is looking at a very pessimistic view of life. You can either not take chances and just work your whole life you will end up with nothing in your life, or you can live it up (fly high, balanced on the biggest wave) and in the end you will probably die early

·         Yeah. DSOTM is an album about a Person going insane. This one is about a happy childhood I guess

·         I know it's bad form to say that other's opinions are wrong, but in the case of DSOTM, the meaning, the intended meaning; what Floyd were trying to get across, what they explicitly say they are trying to get through to us is the concept of regular, everyday life driving you insane. All of the songs on this album deal with something common, be it rules, capitalism, passing of time, war...How could it all not drive you insane? Breathe deals with something so fundamentally sad, that we're mortal, that if we really understood it we'd all go mad. Instead we rush, rush, rush through life, always on the way to the next appointment, the next day, the next task, to our grave.

·         The last chorus is an example of how our fast paced lives are futile

·         I love what one of you on here said...It's like a warning that we are all not far from our point of insanity.

·         The Dark Side of the Moon was supposed to be incredibly straight forward. This song is actually about pollution in the air. In the book The Dark Side of the Moon, Roger Waters is quoted as saying "...[laughs] I think it's funny how people took it as a hidden message. We were trying to make a very simple work of art, and people turned it into a cult masterpeice." [Yeah, but a simple work of art often speaks to us every which way because it reaches the heart]

·         Look at the first line:

‘breathe, breath in the air,’

enjoy life now while you can.

‘Don't be afraid to care’

Don't hide your emotions. Let people know what you think.

‘Leave, but don't leave me’

Go out and see the world and make new ties, but don't forget the ties you had when you were young.

‘Look around choose your own ground’

Make your own decisions, don't let others think for you.

‘For long you live, and high you fly, and smiles you'll give and tears you'll cry’

You'll go through a lot of good and bad in your life.

‘All you touch and all you see is all your life will ever be’

You have to make your own way. The only way to make your life better is do something with yourself.

This may be life in general speaking to you, giving you advice. But the next lines are ‘society’ talking, telling you to spend all your time working, ‘digging holes.’ The only way to be successful is to ‘ride the tide,’ do what everybody else is doing. But even here, some foreshadowing is used. Cuz all this will lead you to ‘an early grave.’ Maybe not physically, but in brain damage, the guy is mentally non‑existant. (Much like Syd Barrett).

·         This song started as a mistake, quotes Roger Waters. I was working on some lyrics and wrote down, ‘breathe, breathe in the air, don't be afraid to care’ and was about to toss it in the trash and Syd Barrett came over and said, that’s a great song, that’s what a song is, just write.

·         In a way breathe is a synopsis of what the entire Dark Side of the Moon Album is about. Breathe begins with a heartbeat, suggesting life and is then parodied by the mechanical sounds of a ticking clock and the clicking of the register used in Money which connects the song thematically to Time and Money. There is a muffled conversation snippet which says something like:

voice 1: I've been mad for fucking years, absolutely years, over the edge, been workin my buns off

voice 2: I've always been mad, I know I've been mad, like the most of us are. Hard to explain why you're mad, even if you're not mad.

The conversation is followed by manic laughter, which along with the dialogue connects breathe to Any Colour You Like/Brain Damage/Eclipse. Also the first drum beat of Brain damage is reminiscent of a fading heart beat and Eclipse ends with a fading heart beat representing death whereas Breathe represents life.

Then comes even more mechanical noises and the same screaming vocals cut from Great Gig in the Sky.

And then this all gives way to the tranquillity and bliss of the opening bars of breathe.

Now, the lyrics of Breathe are divided into two parts.

The first part has a very innocent feel and is, I feel, directed to someone becoming independent, moving away from home becoming aware of all that life has in store. So maybe it's advice from a parent or something similar?

The second part is more jaded and cynical and less dreamy and represents life as the ceaseless cycle of work which is unavoidable and sucks out the joy and leaves no room for leisure ‘forget the sun.’

·         i guess there really isn’t a connection of what everyone else here is saying and what I’m about to say, but i guess i'd just throw it out there. I was in the shower today, whistling this song for some reason, and when i got to these lyrics, i had to stop and think about what i was actually humming:

Run rabbit run

dig that hole, forget the sun

and when at last the work is down

don't sit down, it's time to dig another one

for long you live and high you fly

but only if you ride the tide

and balanced on the biggest wave

you race towards an early grave

When i first thought about these lines put together as a metaphor, my first thought was drug abuse. The rabbit, or white rabbit constantly is used to refer to drugs (alice and wonderland being just a small example).

Dig that hole, forget the sun: I interpreted this as what a drug like cocaine would do to you: dig a hole (or addiction) into you(r brain?) and don't worry about the consequences of your actions.

and when at last the work is down;

don't sit down, it's time to dig another one: You're starting to come down from your high, but don't relax just yet…time for another hit. you're addicted, you need it, remember?

for long you live and high you fly;

but only if you ride the tide;

and balanced on the biggest wave;

you race towards an early grave: you're on top of the world metaphorically, as long as you allow the addiction to take control, and just go with the flow. but remember, the higher you get, the bigger the risk…so sure, hop up on that 'biggest wave' but the higher you get, the closer you are to the grave.

for those of you that have experienced heavier drugs (or for effect, even pot ‑ who doesn’t want another hit, eh?) like cocaine, then you know what the rush is like, and what it feels like to crash without another hit as you're coming down. just my two cents, i could be as far off as you nuts that think a few similarities between the wiz of oz and musical transitions in dsotm mean that roger waters is lying when he's quoted as saying there's no correlation (do a little research, or hell, check wikipedia). there may have been a handful of moments that have similarities, but I’m sure that if i load up dsotm and try to sync it with the brave little toaster, if i was creative enough, i could come up with another crazy spin. just count how many changes in the music (tempo change, instrumental change, vocal, etc) you can hear throughout the whole album, and then ask yourself if 5 or so of them match up with a part of a movie, but the other 300 don’t…you might be trying to stretch it.

·         SPOT ON: (posted by 'thing').

·         This song could very well be what all you guys have been talking about, but here’s my take on it, and how it relates to the whole album.

Lots of people have interpreted DSoTM as addressing all the junk in life that we have to put up with, and/or that we will all be driven insane someday, etc. etc. But I think it is telling us not to get caught up in things. As for the insanity part of it, Floyd is talking about how people who don't do things the same way everybody else does, or who are brave enough to not follow the norms are VIEWED as insane, but not actually so. They are saying that it is really the majority of us who are all caught up in life's stressors who are crazy. I also think that they are trying to say that what we should be mainly worried about is each other, and to be compassionate. ‘Us and Them,’ the centerpiece of the album, makes us realize that we don’t think about other people or value others enough, and that is what causes wars and selfishness, obviously (‘for want of the price of tea and a slice - of the 'money' pie? - the old man died’).

This song says to breathe (relax), and then says to not be afraid to care (don’t be afraid to look outside your problems and care about others). It then tells us to choose our own ground (have our own ideas, don't think what everyone else thinks).

It then tells us that we will live long and fly high as a result of smiles and tears and feelings and contact with people, and that is what our life primarily consists of.

The next stanza observes our society as it is, not how it should be as stated above. Run rabbit run, dig that hole, forget the sun (we just keep going and going, without enjoying anything. We just go go go).

·         OK I can absolutely guarantee I Know what this song is about. The entire album follows the not new concept of the day and sun to be good things and the night and moon to be bad things. this album more particularly focuses on the moon being the things in life the result in success and fortune but ultimately leave you unhappy where as the sun is the things in life that bring happiness and real joy. this song starts with a child being born and it's mother try to teach it good values

don't be afraid to care

leave but don't leave me

look around, choose your own ground

then it goes on to warn that the child's life will only amount to material thing (the moon) because that is the kind of society we live in.

for long you live and high you fly

and smiles you'll give and tears you'll cry

and all your touch and all you see

is all your life will ever be

after this, the mother speaking on behalf of society tells him to ‘run’ (work) and to dig the hole (also work) and to (forget the sun). Leave out the parts in your life that make you happy, just keep working. this is

Run rabbit run

dig that hole, forget the sun

and when at last the work is down

don't sit down, it's time to dig another one

next the mother says that he will be successful but only if he chooses to take the moon's path (for long you live and high you fly but only if you ride the tide) the moon controls the tide of the ocean so, riding the tide is a metaphor for following the moon. She goes on to say that too much of the moon will result in a stressful life and ultimately an early death.

musically and lyrically this is one of the most brilliant songs there is. It really sets up the rest of the greatest album ever.

The next part seems to be a bit sarcastic. Floyd says that we will live long and fly high if we ride the tide (that we will have great lives if we do what everyone else does). But then balanced on the biggest wave, you race towards an early grave (we get too caught up in this idea of keeping up with where everyone else is going and forget what is important, and then we don't literally die faster, but our lives are less rich as a result).

The next song, On the Run, isn't just randomly a guy running through the airport. He is rushing to get to his place (to keep up with our society's demands and strains), but when he gets there, the plane takes off and immediately crashes and explodes (the plane - the rush of society that he was trying to keep up with - crashed and burned, but he is probably thankful that he missed it. I think this is a metaphor telling us not to go after things like money/success, competition, and to keep what is important in life in mind)

A guideline to life itself.

·         Cool: (by floyd7).

·         well, floyd7, that pretty much destroys any more room for conversation and analysis.

but what is your source?

·         Floyd7:

which ones pink, an analysis of the concept albums of pink Floyd - by phil rose. an excellent book written after extensive interviews with roger waters. my analysis is fairly factual, i am certain.

·         'Themeaningoflife':

This song is amazing... It starts off with the sound of a heart beat representing the start of life which is followed by the sound of a ticking clock putting pressure on the heart which is followed by the sound of cash registers, and with all the pressure of life with money and always being on a timed schedule you hear the sound of laughing showing that it’s too much for your brain to handle causing to the scream which builds to an explosion of music which is laid back symbolizing death and being free from the pressure of time, money, and everything else hard in life...

·         Sebs13579:

the rollercoaster beginning just clarifies how life plainly is an emotion, like a anxious state similar to being on drugs, similar to a rollercoaster drop, IT BEGGINS AND ENDS. So breathe, breathe in the air, it’s all you need, breathe = live, that’s the point. Don’t be afraid to let go of all stress and materialism, dont be afraid to care for yourself. but NEVER forget the ones you love, because the tears and laughs, and thoughts and everything you touch and see and breathe and live, is what your life will be. Digging a hole just represents how people work and work and focus on materialism all the time hide away from spiritualism and plainly lack enjoying life. Because remember that you must live on a big wave (a big life), because do what you do and even if you try, the wave will hit an end, and your life will as well. So just breathe...what a song.

·         Atlec:

don't sit down, it's time to dig another one

for long you live and high you fly

but only if you ride the tide

and balanced on the biggest wave

basically rogers is saying, you have to work hard to get somewhere, but if you really want to live the high life you will have to take risks (balanced on the biggest wave) and your life can fall apart if you shoot for it all and you fall off prematurely, ending your life before it even really starts

·         evilhomestereo45:

I think this song has two parts.

the first part is the first ‘voice’ a new born hears upon entering life. This could be a grandfather or some sort of divine deity telling us what really matters in life. That being an individual (choose your own ground), go out and experience things but don't forget your past or where you came from (leave but don't leave me), The things and people that you experience and influence will be what you are remembered for; and therefore what you are worth (smiles you'll give and tears you'll cry

and all your touch and all you see

is all your life will ever be).

The second part of the song is a more demanding and harsh voice that might represent society and what is expected of human being in a capitalist society. How everyday working men and women are viewed as less that human doing the deeds of the elite (Run rabbit run), to continue working yourself into a ‘hole’ by making yourself a working member of this society. (dig that hole), and also to continue to do this and to ‘forget the sun’ which i think is an allusion to the song time on this album that uses the rising/setting sun as a metaphor for how you cannot control time. ‘and when at last the work is down don't sit down, it's time to dig another one’ is perhaps saying how your work will be never-ending if you want to participate in this capitalistic society. This second voice also tries to tell you that you are going to live long and do great things with this system. (for long you live and high you fly) but only if you stick with the norm (but only if you ride the tide). The voice then warns the listener that if they try to take risks in their life (and balanced on the biggest wave), they will only die young. (you race towards an early grave)

Also interestingly enough, both voices contain the [line] ‘for long you live and high you fly’ maybe saying that they both believe that they hold the secret to living happily?

So, essentially, this first song is just representing the first stage of life of ‘breathing’ and discovering life for the first time and the influences that come along with that.

A similar blend of pessimism and irony, Waters style, can be found in the Floyd song ‘Welcome to the Machine’ which is about the capitalist System - the Machine - controlling our lives. Just when you think you're on the right track, freeing yourself from the System by expressing your passion, you discover that you're still controlled by the Machine, still dependent on the System. The government and corporations, etc. believe they own your ass and think they are in control of you. That is what they are telling you: ‘Welcome to the real world where we have all the power.’ Whether or not you can be free or not, you still have to deal with all these greedy, ignorant assholes.

Selected comments from the Song Meanings site 2

Welcome to the Machine

Welcome, my son, welcome to the machine.

Where have you been? It's alright, we know where you've been.

You've been in the pipeline, filling in time,

provided with toys and 'Scouting for Boys.'

You bought a guitar to punish your ma,

and you didn't like school, and you know you're nobody's fool,

so welcome to the machine.

Welcome, my son, welcome to the machine.

What did you dream? It's alright, we told you what to dream.

You dreamed of a big star, he played a mean guitar,

he always ate in the Steak Bar, he loved to drive in his Jaguar.

So welcome to the machine.

·         ‘Welcome to the machine’ is basically saying, ‘youre not a kid anymore, welcome to the real world you can either get a job you hate or be poor and homeless and not be able to do anything you want...your choice.’ (HOFspeedwolf).

·         WYWH [Wish You Were Here] is half about Syd (WYWH, SoYCD), and half about the music industry (WttM, HaC). The album cover represents a business deal. The guy on the right is getting burned... literally. Anyway, WttM is just an attack on the music industry. Nothing more. A lot of you seem to see deeper meanings, and they work, but they're not exactly what Roger Waters had in mind. But I like the ideas. Creepy…That’s why Pink Floyd is so great, it could go any way, music industry/government/life in general...Great song, even better when you listen to the whole album.

·         I think the song is about living a non‑conforming life. Fuck the system, buy a guitar, and hit it big by not following rules. The guys in Floyd said it was about the corrupt music industry but you can apply it to our bullshit lives we live.

·         I don't think it's really that complicated.

‘Welcome, my son, welcome to the machine.

Where have you been? It's alright, we know where you've been.’

‑ A father, (or just an older, wiser figure) welcoming a young guy into the ‘machine’ of the factory. We know what you were doing, b/c we did the same thing at your age.

‘You bought a guitar to punish your ma,

and you didn't like school, and you know you're nobody's fool, so welcome to the machine.’

‑ You thought you were a rebel, gonna be a rock star, blew off school, b/c you're not a ‘tool’ like the others...well guess what, now you're one of us (the factory workers). Welcome.

What did you dream? It's alright, we told you what to dream. You dreamed of a big star, ‘he played a mean guitar’

‑ ‘We,’ society, told you what was romantic, ‘cool.’ It's cool to be rock star, rebel musician, so we can't blame you for dreaming of one day being that. We did the same thing. Oh, and by the way, welcome to the ‘machine.’ Maybe you should have been more realistic w/ your future plans. Now you're doomed to be one of us.

·         i personally believe that the 'machine' is the society. how things work. the 'boringness' of the static society. even rage against the machine used the word ‘machine’ in the same boundary. the machine operators - ‘everyday people who are brought up on other peoples thoughts and haven't thought about anything on their own’ - are welcoming a new 'child' to the 'machine.’

they ask the child where he's been but they think they already know where he's been.

‘What did you dream? It's alright, we told you what to dream.’ the machine…the society and the culture of a place are trying to keep the child WITHIN the boundaries and the limits of their culture.

i could be wrong but i come from a fucked up culture and me being an outcast of it feel that this song is about what i've said. oh well, it's a great song. fucking amazing. pink floyd's simply the most creative writers on the face of this planet.

·         THE MACHINE = SOCIETY, and it's all so true. Nineteen Eighty‑Four (George Orwell) society.

This is probably one of the most depressing songs I've ever heard. I know it can be used to signify the musician's dreams that were crushed, but I take it as referring to everyone.

I think of them talking to people just graduating from High School or College, and telling them ‘Welcome to the Machine,’ like they're just another unknown face in an unknown office building.

Their dreams of being whatever they wanted were crushed.


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Run Rabbit Run


 From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


 Run Rabbit Run is a song written by Noel Gay and Ralph Butler. The music was by Noel Gay and the song was sung by Flanagan and Allen. This song was written for Noel Gay's show 'The Little Dog Laughed' which opened in October 1939. It was a popular song during World War II, especially after Flanagan and Allen changed the lyrics to poke fun at the Germans (eg. Run Adolf, Run Adolf, Run, Run, Run........)


On the farm, every Friday

On the farm, it's rabbit pie day.

So, every Friday that ever comes along,

I get up early and sing this little song

Run rabbit - run rabbit - Run! Run! Run!

Run rabbit - run rabbit - Run! Run! Run!

Bang! Bang! Bang! Bang!

Goes the farmer's gun.

Run, rabbit, run, rabbit, run.

Run rabbit - run rabbit - Run! Run! Run!

Don't give the farmer his fun! Fun! Fun!

He'll get by

Without his rabbit pie

So run rabbit - run rabbit - Run! Run! Run!


Allegedly, the lyrics are a defiant dig at the ineffectual Luftwaffe - In September 1939, just after the outbreak of the Second World War, Germany launched its first air raid on Britain. The only casualty was a rabbit which was killed by a bomb drop in Shetland

The song later influenced one by the popular band Pink Floyd. The first track on the album Dark Side of the Moon, "Speak to Me/Breathe", included the lyrics "Run, rabbit. Run." The same lyrics are also included in Bankrobber by The Clash.

Up until very recently, the song was a popular nursery rhyme still sung by chidren in many parts of Britain, although it's popularity has declined substantially over the past few decades.

Popular References

Walter H. Thompson's tv biography "I Was Churchill's Bodyguard" rates the song as Winston Churchill's favorite as Prime Minister.


Hickman, Tom: Churchill's Bodyguard: The Authorised Biography of Walter H Thompson. Headline Book Publishing, 2005, ISBN 0-7553-1448-4




Run Rabbit Run Lyrics by Rob Zombie


Run Rabbit, Run

Some humans, they ain't nuthin' but nuthin'

They all run like scared little rabbits

Run Rabbit, Run.Run Rabbit.RUN RABBIT, RUN!

Run, run, run, run, run, run, run, run

Run, run, run, run, run, run, run, run

Run, run rabbit, run away, run away

Run, run rabbit, run away, run away

Let me get her, I know what to do

Let me get her, I know what to do

Run, run rabbit, run away

Hey, hey, hey, hey

A child so pure, dyin' in the clutch

A child so pure, down in the hush

Run, run rabbit, run away

Hey, hey, hey, hey

Hey yeah, hey it's alive

Hey yeah, hey I survive

Hey yeah, hey it's alive

Hey yeah, hey I survive

Mary, mary ain't this fun?

Mary, mary I got a gun

Run, run rabbit, run away

Hey, hey, hey, hey

Let me get her, I know what to do

Let me get her, I know what to do

Run, run rabbit, run away

Hey, hey, hey, hey

Hey yeah, hey it's alive

Hey yeah, hey I survive

Hey yeah, hey it's alive

Hey yeah, hey I survive




Run, Rabbit, Run Lyrics by Nirvana


When I looked you in the eye

I knew it was time for good-bye

You were the only one I had around

But you couldnt keep your feet on the ground

Run rabbit run

But whats that youre runnin for

Run rabbit run

You aint gonna run no more

Bye bye baby, bye bye bird!

Thought the cold sidewalk stones

Broke your little brittle bones

I know you were already dead

When the truck rolled over your head

Bye bye baby, bye bye bird!


Originally by smack.



Run Rabbit Run


Song incuded in Jill Daniels’ stage show "HITS OF THE BLITZ." Original recording by Bud Flanagan and Chesney Allen


On the farm, Ev'ry Friday

On the farm, It's rabbit pie day

So ev'ry Friday, that ever comes along

I get up early,

And sing this little song...


Run, rabbit, run, rabbit, run, run, run

Run, rabbit, run, rabbit, run, run, run

Bang, bang, bang, bang! goes the farmer's gun

Run, rabbit, run, rabbit, run, run, run


Run, rabbit, run, rabbit, run, run, run

Don't give the farmer his fun, fun, fun

He'll get by without his rabbit pie

So run, rabbit, run, rabbit, run, run, run


On the farm,

No poor rabbit

Comes to harm,

Because I grab it

They jump and frolic,

Whenever I go by

They know I help 'em,

To dodge the rabbit pie!




Eminem - Run Rabbit Run lyrics


Some days I just wanna up and call it quits,

I feel like I'm surrounded by a wall of bricks,

Everytime I go to get up I just fall in piss,

My life's like one great big ball of shit,

If I could just put it all in all I spit,

Instead I always try to swallow it,

Instead of staring at this wall and shit,

While I sit writers block sick of all this shit,

Cant call it shit, all I know is I'm about to hit the wall,

If I have to see another one of mom's alcoholic fits,

This is it, last straw, thats all, thats it,

I ain't dealing with another fucking politic,

I'm like a stewin bubble in him, till it filters up,

I'm about to kill it, I can feel it building up,

Blow this building up, I've been sealed enough,

My cup run it over I've been filled up,

But then explosion bust and spills my guts,

You think all I do is stand here and feel my nuts,

But I'm a show you what, you gonna feel my rush,

You don't feel it then it must be too real to touch,

Feel to touch, I'm about to tear shit up,

Goosebumps, yeah I'm make your hair sit up,

Yeah sit up, I'm a tell you who I be,

I'm make you hate me cause you ain't me,

You aint, it ain't to late to finally see,

What you close minded fucks were too blind to see,

Whoever find me, is gonna get a finders fee,

Out this world and ain't no one out there mind as me,

You need peace of mind, well here's a piece of mine,

All I need's a line but sometimes,

I don't always find the words to rhyme,

To express how I'm really feeling at that time,

Yeah sometimes, sometimes, sometimes, just sometimes,

Its always me, how dark can these hallways be,

The clock strikes midnight, 1, 2, then half past 3,

This half ass rhyme with this half ass piece of paper, (tear)

I'm desperate at my desk if I could just get the rest,

Of this shit off my chest, again, stuck in this slum,

Cant think of nothing, fuck I'm stumped,

But wait here comes something,

Nope, it's not good enough, scribble

l it out, new pad,

Krinkel it up and throw that shit out,

I'm fisseling now thought I had figured it out,

Ball's in my court but I'm scared to dribble it out,

But I'm afraid, why am I afraid, why am I a slave to this trade,

Sign that I'll spit to the grave, real enough to crawl you up,

What me to flip it I can rip it any style you want,

I'm a switch, yeah a bitch, jimmy smith ain't a quitter,

I'm a sit here till I get enough,

For me to finally hit a fucking boiling point,

Put some oil in your joints,

Flip the coin bitch come get destroyed,

An mc's worst dream I make them tense since they hate me,

See me and shake like a shangeling fence,

By the looks of them you would swear yours was coming,

By the scream of them you would swear I'm sawing something,

By the way they running you would swear the law was coming,

Its now or never tonight is all or nothing,

Momma, jimmy keep leaving on us, he said he'd be back,

He pinky promised, I don't think he's honest,

I be back baby I just got to beat this clock,

Fuck this clock, I'm make them eat this watch,

Dont believe me watch, I'm a win this race,

And I'm a come back and rub my shit in your face,

Bitch I found my neck, you gonna hear my voice,

Till you sick of it you ain't gonna have a choice,

If I gotta scream till I have half a lung,

If I have half a chance I grab it, rabbit run...

Alice by Heile


Also see:

‘White Rabbit’ by Jefferson Airplane


One pill makes you larger

And one pill makes you small,

And the ones that mother gives you

Don't do anything at all.

Go ask Alice

When she's ten feet tall.


And if you go chasing rabbits

And you know you're going to fall,

Tell 'em a hookah-smoking caterpillar

Has given you the call.

Call Alice

When she was just small.


When the men on the chessboard

Get up and tell you where to go

And you've just had some kind of mushroom

And your mind is moving low.

Go ask Alice

I think she'll know.


When logic and proportion

Have fallen sloppy dead,

And the White Knight is talking backwards

And the Red Queen's "off with her head!"

Remember what the doorknob said:

"Feed your head. Feed your head. Feed your head"


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    Egyptian Quote of the Year

    "I arise on wings of aspiration to Thee, O Isis. Come, descend from above, arise from below, expand from within—and fill me, Goddess. From the rising bud of the lotus, to the mighty branch of the sycamore, to the Moon and Sun which are Thine eyes, to the Stars which entwine Thy hair, all the Universe is Thine, Isis—as am I. O Isis, Goddess, Mother, Sister, Queen—the Ways are open unto Thee—I am open unto Thee"

    ~ Ancient Hermetic Prayer

    St Germain

    "Turn your eyes away from fear. Discontinue the conversations of fear if you choose to embrace the fullness of your heart"

    through Ashamarae, 2009

    "If you focus on the sweeter things of life, that's exactly what you're going to get out of life" - St Germain

    through Ashamarae, 2009, AFW

    “A light heart is a magnet for all that you love”

    through Ashamarae, July 2009

    "Alchemy is the science of the mystic and it is the forte of the self-realised man who, having sought, has found himself to be one with God and is willing to play his part." - Beloved Saint Germain




    "The Eternal Feminine
    Draws us heavenward."
    ~ Goethe




    "In the quiet moments of our lives lie courage. In the everyday steps we take is courage. In love is courage. In being different dwells courage. In the cry against injustice lives courage. In the stepping up to responsibility lies courage. In reaching out to others is courage. If I've learned anything about courage and intuition it is that they demand that we live in the moment without preconceptions of how life should be." ~ Judith Orloff


    “God is not far away from us, but we are far away from God, and the only reason is our insensitivity.” – Osho

    “My whole teaching consists of two words, meditation and love. Meditate so that you canfeel immense silence, and love so that your life can become a song, a dance, a celebration. You will have to move between the two, and if you can move easily, if you can move without any effort, you have learned the greatest thing in life.” – Osho (Come, Come, Yet Again Come).

    “A real Master is not a teacher: a real Master is an awakener. His function is totally different from a teacher; his function is far more difficult. And only very few people can stay with a Master because to wake up after millions of lives is not an ordinary feat; it is a miracle. And to allow somebody to wake you up needs great trust, great surrender.” - Osho

    "The moment you start seeing life as non-serious, a playfulness, all the burden on your heart disappears. All the fear of death, of life, of love - everything disappears." - Osho

    “Whatsoever you are, there is nothing wrong with it. Love and relationship has not to be destroyed; only meditation has to be added to it.” - Osho

    "The head is a marketplace, the heart is the shrine of being. All that is beautiful and true arises out of the heart, never out of the head." - Osho

    “I do not ordinarily make prophecies, but about this I am absolutely prophetic: the coming hundred years are going to be more and more irrational, and more and more mystical. The second thing: After a hundred years people will be perfectly able to understand why I was misunderstood — because I am the beginning of the mystical, the irrational. I am a discontinuity with the past. The past cannot understand me; only the future will understand. The past can only condemn me. It cannot understand me, it cannot answer me, it cannot argue with me; it can only condemn me. Only the future…as man becomes more and more available to the mysterious, to the meaningless yet significant…After a hundred years they will understand. Because the more man becomes aware of the mysterious side of life, the less he is political; the less he is a Hindu, a Mohammedan, a Christian; the less is the possibility for his being a fanatic. A man in tune with the mysterious is humble, loving, caring, accepting the uniqueness of everybody. He is rejoicing in the freedom of each individual, because only with freedom can this garden of humanity be a rich place.” – Osho (The Osho Upanishad).


    "When I let go of what I am, I become what I might be." ~ Laozi

    "All the fish needs is to get lost in water. All man needs is to get lost in Tao." ~ Chuang-Tzu

     "There are many paths to enlightenment.
    Be sure to take the one with a heart."
    ~ Laozi

    “Giving to others selflessly and anonymously, radiating light throughout the world and illuminating your own darkness, your virtue becomes a sanctuary for yourself and all beings.” ~ Laozi.

    Laughing Owl


     is the best cocktail
    (St Germain)

    “Water is the only drink for a wise man.” ~ Henry David Thoreau

    How to Charge your Water:

    Each one try this, and if you do not feel results at first, just go on, for you certainly will as you use it more and more: 

    "'I AM' the Presence charging this water with the Life-giving Essence which I absorb and which renews my body in Perfect Health and Eternal Youth." 

    I also used this to charge the water that makes up my body - I placed my hands on my body stating:

    "'I AM' the Presence charging the water in this body with the Life-giving Essence which I absorb and which renews my body in Perfect Health and Eternal Youth." 

    Another way from Quan Yin to charge water:

    "With these hands and with this Heart and through the pure intention of God, this water (food) is blessed, removing and transmuting all impurities forever. God Bless this water (food). Thank you, thank you, thank you."

    7th-dimensional tool from St Germain for energising the water in our bodies and the earth

    (Our water is under attack!)


    "In a world filled with hate - we must still dare to hope!
    In a world filled with anger - we must still dare to comfort!
    In a world filled with despair - we must still dare to dream!
    And in a world filled with distrust - we must still dare to believe."
    - Michael Jackson

    Love is what matters. Indigo must shift to Crystal, to full consciousness. By demonstrating unconditional love in all his dealings with people and under all pressure Michael passed on to the summit of the astral realms. John Lennon - referring to himself as an ascended master - introduced him as 'Moonwalker' in the channelling circle I was in for a brief time. So he is a powerful guide and through continued loving service to humanity will soon ascend to the 5th dimension himself.

    "What we need to learn from children isn't childish. Being with them connects us to the deeper wisdom of life which is ever-present and only asks to be lived. They know the way to solutions that lie waiting to be recognised within our own heart. Today, I would like to thank all the children of the world including the sick and deprived. I am so sensitive to your pain." - Michael Jackson (at the 35th Annual Grammy Awards, 24 February 1993, Los Angeles, California).

    "The whole world abounds in magic. When a whale plunges out of the sea like a newborn mountain, you gasp in unexpected delight. What magic! But a toddler who sees his first tadpole flashing in a mud puddle feels the same thrill. Wonder fills the heart, because he has glimpsed for an instant the playfulness of life." - Michael Jackson (From 'Magic,' Dancing The Dream, 1992)

    “We have to heal our wounded world. The chaos, despair and senseless destruction we see today are the result of the alienation that people feel from each other and their environment. Often this alienation has its roots in an emotionally deprived childhood. Children have had their childhood stolen from them. A child’s mind needs the nourishment of mystery, magic, wonder and excitement. I want my work to help people rediscover the child that’s hiding in them.” – Michael Jackson (Dancing the Dream, 1992, p.80).

    "And my goal in life is to give to the world what I was lucky to receive: the ecstasy of divine union through my music and my dance." - Michael Jackson

    Breathe deeply!

    Breathing fully means that we are allowing our connection to the Source. Shallow breathing is a sign of denial of, and resistance to, our Divinity

    "Fill yourselves with love, with joy. Breathe in the prana. Breathe deeply. The prana is once again available to you, in such magnitudes as you have not known since Atlantis. It is the Elixir of Light, it is the Love of all Creation, it is the Adamantine Particles, it is the foundation of all life, all Creation. You have The All available to you, by simply breathing deeply throughout your day. A gift from the Creator. Take advantage of this blessed gift and breathe deeply, Dear Ones. You will lift yourselves up once again to the heights which you are soon to experience, a civilisation far surpassing Atlantis, as this time, there will be no darkness. There will be no misuse of power. You have come through the darkness and are emerging into the light and the light will allow no darkness. That Dear Ones is the beauty of the Now Moment which you are entering. You have succeeded and you will live and breathe the Love and the light and the joy and the peace and harmony, and you will experience the abundance which is your Divine birthright." - Archangel Michael (channelled through Michelle Coutant, ‘Claim Your Personal Power & Be the Love of Your Sacred Heart,’ 29 June 2010)


    Invoking the Mother Goddess

    Mahalaya heralds the advent of Durga, the goddess of supreme power. It is an invitation to the mother goddess to annihilate the evils of the world by her Supreme Goodness



    Love is

    Love is all

    Love is all there is

    Love is all

    Love is



    Don't be a stranger

    It's cold outside, There's no kind of atmosphere, I'm all alone, More or less. Let me fly, Far away from here, Fun, fun, fun, In the sun, sun, sun.

    I want to lie, Shipwrecked and comatoase, Drinking fresh, Mango juice, Goldfish shoals, Nibbling at my toes, Fun, fun, fun, In the sun, sun, sun, Fun, fun, fun,In the sun, sun, sun.

    (Red Dwarf theme tune)

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