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r;L " Q 1  *l ; *  * ''' : ' . : : " " " .  /" " "  ? : ,"    ' " (J .  .... ,. ,. ...... -:. : The Message . fo tholics of Southwestern Indiana .... On The Record -- Let Spring be your time to grow THESE ARE DAYS These are days you'll remem- ber/Never before and never since I promise/Will the whole world/Be warm as this/And as you feel it/You'll know it's true/That you are blessed and lucky/It's true that you/Are touched by some- thing/That will glow and bloom in you. These are days you'll remember/When May is rushing/Over you with desire/To be part of the miracles/You see in every hour/You'll know it's true/That you are blessed and lucky/It's true that you/Are touched by something/That will grow and bloom in you. These are days. These are the days/You might fill with laugh- ter/Until you break/These are the days/You might feel/A shaft of light make its way/Across your face/And when you do you'll know/How it was meant to be/See the signs and know their meaning/It's true, you'll know/How it was meant to be/Hear the signs and know/They're speaking to you, to you Written by Buck and Merchant Sung by 10,000 Maniacs By CHARLIE MARTIN CNS COLUMNIST i Copyright (c) 1992 by Elecktra Entertainment, A division of Warner Commu- nications Inc. for the United States and WEA International Inc. for outside the United States Think of a day everything went right. Remem- ber the great feeling of living through that day and just how good it felt to be alive. Listening to "These Are Days" by 10,000 Mani- acs raises such memories. It has been a while since this group was on the charts. The song is off their recent disc "Our Time in Eden." The song is an upbeat tribute to the potential for good in life. The reference to May reminds us of the springtime beauty around us. May is the month that "is rushing over you with desire to be part of the miracles you see in every hour." However, spring flowers are not alone in re- flecting life's beauty. Even more important is the power and goodness of the life in each of us, In the song' words, "It's true that you are touched by something that will grow and bloom in you." Indeed, we are "blessed and lucky" to be so loved by our God as to experience life's wonder and mystery. Of course, we know that some days don't leave us feeling warm and good inside. Yet, how we approach life determines how much joy we f The most important step toward goodness within us is to recognize what is tive about our life. Each day, affirm what about you. Likewise, acknowledge your life circumstances. Recognizing goodness naturally leads us to press thanks. All the good in life is a gift. each day as an opportunity to practice remembering that God is the source ings and goodness. Next, dare to dream big. Show your trust by imagining how your life can God wants us to experience as much possible. However, our Creator invites choices about life's specifics. Follow your instincts when it comes you genuinely enjoy and the goodness to discover in life. Visualize the wa y, reach out to others in order to chances to know life's joy. It's spring in the year 1993! These are the to feel life's potential and promise for These also are the days to challenge enhance the goodness within you. Open and your heart to receive God's goodness blessing. :i (Your comments are always address: Charlie Martin, RR 3, Box 182, port, IN 47635.) St. John, Newburgh, to host Steve and Annie Chapman Steve and Annie Chapman, who focus much of their ministry on the family, will be in cancert at St. John Church, Newburgh, on Sunday, April 18, at 7:15 p.m. The Chapmans write, play and sing songs that deal with interpersonal relationships, using Scripture and personal testimony, according a news release. The couple, married in 1975, toured with the singing group, "Dogwood," -- he for eight years, she for three before devoting her time to being a mother. Since 1981, with a recording and publishing agreement with Star Song Records of Houston, Tx., the Chap- minas have been singing together. :Their sangs deal with such situations as meeting a spouse's needs, rekindling the ro- Yce in marriage, parenting, and "dating" from a biblical perspective. They have also authored two books, "Married Lovers, Married Friends," and "Gifts that Kids Can't :Break." 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