Be Grateful – Not Hateful

The Canticle of the Sun became song through a man who was bent on restoring what he believed to be one of the main functions of our humanity, namely charity, i.e. to bestow unto others a means to live life with dignity and joy. He put this into action through a position of weakness rather than strength. This implies one can be at their best, even when they are most vulnerable and poor in spirit. For me the Canticle of the Sun is a way to offset the negativity and cynical thoughts that can easily blacken our view of the world. It is about being thankful for all the good things in life, regardless of how far we fall into the cracks of the system. No matter to what degree we might cave in under the heaviness of complexity, a spirit of gratitude is a means to brighten the most darkest cave.

Love & light,





About Philosopher Muse

An explorer of volition and soul, a song under a night sky and a dream that forever yearns to be.
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5 Responses to Be Grateful – Not Hateful

  1. zennfish says:

    Thank you for sharing that, Jason. It’s beautiful.

  2. Aquileana says:

    Absolutely beautiful…. You sing it so well. The video is beautiful… And the lyrics are hopeful, Great song of redemption and celebration…. 😀 Thanks so much for sharing, dear Jason!

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