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8 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Entertainment ,F=pff On the Record By CHARLIE MARTIN CNS Columnist Chains Around My Heart Out of my sight/But the vision is still the same/.Out of my mind/But the memory remains unchanged/Stones thrown in anger/Ho!d twice the hurt/Return to sender Could only make things worse, REFRAIN: Girl, you got to break/These chains : , around my heart?Cause I've been lonely too long You got to break/These chains around my ....... ,  heart/So i can finally/Get on with my heart. Don't ask me why/Why l've h ved with this all eloped Up inside/And it's cutting me to the ne/Love'is a stranger/Avoiding me/Beware of the danger/Is the only sign I see. [REPEAT REFRAIN} Are yoti listening/Is there something/You got to say, Am I getting through/Or are you just going/re leave me this way? _ . (REPEAT REFRAIN) Written by Richard Marx and Fee Waybill Sung by Richard Marx Copyright (c} 1991, 1987 by Capitol Records Inc. t ever felt that your life is stuck in on with but What to do when your life is stuck in park For the character in Richard Marx's "Chains Around My Heart," the answer to these ques- tions is a definite yes. Marx's latest chart hit is another release off his highly successful "Rush Street" disc, The person in the song can't get past his last romance. Even though the woman is now "out of my sight," he holds on to the vision of what might have been. He feels stuck. He asks his former girlfriend to "break these chains around my heart' so he can find love once more. Many of us can identify with this person's frustration. Something disappointing happens, and we are left feeling lost and confused. We find ourselves wondering if Our lives will ever get any better. However, we need to know that there are ac- tions we can take to help rediscover direction in life, Whatever your disappointment, consider these suggestions for getting your life moving again, 1. Be realistic. There are no quick fixes for disappointment's pain. However, it helps to share your feelings with people who care. Doing this enables you to face you feelings and thus to begin moving beyond them. 2. Put special emphasis on the physical. It's amazing holy getting our bodies moving creates new emotional and spiritual energy, Get in- volved with a new exercise program, or go danc- ing, Perhaps this depends on an act of the will at first, but literally sitting in the dumps gets us nowhere. Physical movement helps our feelings. 3. Reach out to help others. Fin( programs in your parish or school could same assistanc ers. Healing and happiness can be stretching beyond one's pain to respon hurt in others lives. 4. Put mare counselor, I often signment to rent joke book. Humor peciaUy when we are solely hel 3am. 5. Pra direction from God wi! in ways we never followed, isfaction. Trust your i ing for God's quiet voice within  Indeed, the chains of disapI lie heavily around the heart. Yet, when has a way of rewarding us. Take small, specific steps toward ering life's promise. (Your comments are always address Charlie Martin,  3, Box port, IN 47635;) 00"Sarah"00sequel given rave review By HENRY HERX CathoDic News Service NEW YORK (CNS) -- A turn-of-the-century farm fam- ily grows closer while tough- ening out a drought in "Sky- lark," airing Sunday, Feb. 7, 9-11 p.m. EST on CBS. The sequel to "Sarah, Plain and Tall" brings back Glenn Close as Sarah and Christo- pher Walkon as Jacob, the couple united by the Kansas widower's ad seeking a mother for his two young Memorial's student production staged for Feb. 3, 6 Memorial High School's Thespian Troupe will present "Johnny Moonbeam and the Silver Arrow" to over 1,800 Evansville-area Catholic school students during Catholic Schools Week. Public performances will be held Wednesday, Feb. 3, at 7:30 p.m. and Saturday, Feb. 6, at 2 p.m in the school audi- torium. The Saturday show will be signed for the deaf. Tickets are $3 each and may .... be purchased at the door. Cast members include Angle Evans, Alejandra Silva, Matt Barton, Kelly Cotes, Tracy Beckham, Pat Levell, Paul Morrison, Greg Waddy, Virginia Imbler, Sandy Hall, Trent Engbers and Barbara Townsend. The music will be provided by Eric Titzer, Lori Culver, Tricia Johnson, Jessica Win- terman and Kyle Bradley. children. The sequel picks up the story two years later, with the couple's marriage prospering but their farm languishing for lack of rain. As the drought worsens, their neighbors begin aban- doning their farms but Jacob refuses to budge from the land where he was born and which is all he knows. Seeing Sarah's spirit wilt and then begin to break under the strain, Jacob insists that she take the children to Maine and stay with her rela- tives until droughrs end. When the rains finally come, Jacob makes the jour- ney to Maine to bring his family home and learn that he will soon be a new father. Scripted by Patricia MacLachlan, the author of "Sarah, Plain and Tall," the sequel is as good as the origi- nal, but in different ways. Saber-sided Jacob is as taci- turn as ever but he has found peace in his love for Sarah, something he expresses more eloquently by his thoughtful, caring actions than his halt- ing wards. If Jacob's character has mel- lowed, that of Sarah's has deepened, becoming rooted in her new family and her home on the prairie. It's a celebration of family life with the jays of birth, growth, and renewal more than balancing the inevitable woes and setbacks along the way. i i i i i j I Medical Arts Pharmacy 3700 Bellemeade Avenue Phone 477-1532 Donald Gutzweiler City-Wide Delivery i i1[ Duncan's Riverside Pharmacy Prescription Service Drugs -Sundnes - Cosmetics Magazines - 'Ve Deliver" Comer Riverside and Governor Evan=vllle 422-9981 i i i i Satman's Pharmacy City-Wide Deliver,/ 413 Locust Street John and Judy Stratman 425-5293 i iiii r PAUL'S PHARMACY Paul Mayer, Owner 2107 W. Franklin St. 425-4364 i Plaza Pharmacy Newburgh Plaza Shopping Center Fast Prescription Service Ken and Rebecca Hacker 853-7141 ii i i Oak Hill Pharmacy Prescription Specialists Hwy. 62 and N. Weinbach Ave. LARRY SCHULTHEIS, Prop, 425-4422 i ,r ,, ........ pport AUTO RATES INCREASING? TEENAGE DRIVERS? 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