Jon Foreman

I was cleaning up and realized that I sure do have a lot of paper stuff. Notes, mementos, old calendars, stuff from 1492, the year I was born. Just kidding. 🙂 It’s time to get rid of the unnecessary things. Ah life, we keep sometimes what we should let go. Here’s a I’m lost note from Christopher Columbus. If only he had GPS. 🙂

Look who has walk in.

Jon Foreman. So let’s begin. 🙂

1) There’s a line in your song, The Cure For The Pain, “We’re either riders or fools behind the reins,” is it that there are too many and have been too many riding fools behind the reins and that’s the reason for some of these “disasters” we face? Do you think that some tolerate the ride thus making it difficult to take the reins?

2) When it comes to diplomacy, are there too many or too little compromises? Do you think that countries have to be nag into helping, speaking up and speaking out?

3) Is music a way in trying to put some sort of understanding of the mess of life? Your inspiration comes from your faith in God, what you’ve experienced, seen and heard?

4) 2010, race relation in America, better, worse, or same? Do you think the message of demanding/wanting equality got twisted, motives perhaps changed? Is it the same Martin Luther King’s dream?

5) If the world had a soundtrack, what would be some of its songs?

Thank you.

Today’s Give Me Five sidebar, 5 novels themed on leadership/power

So until next time, ave atque vale


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