“Bless This Road” A beautiful song by Mary Black

This beautiful song by Mary Black captures the essence of our “Bless This Road” healing event to be held at Uki on 30 September 2018.

We accept that our loved ones are now lost to this world.

We also accept that they died violently and unnecessarily.

We seek to heal any violence or lingering pain that any of us — and the Kyogle Road — may be still harbouring — by gathering together with local people and our loved ones to learn how to prevent such tragedies in the future. And to release our loved ones forever.

And to remember Mary Black’s powerful words.


Remember when we walked on hills of heather
Singing weaving mystical rings
Now in a while my precious child
You will unfurl your wings
And I’ll have lost what I believed
Had promised everything
But before you go, my friend, my kind companion
Listen to this song I sing

Then go in peace and grow in grace and goodness
Know that you have nothing to fear
And dry your eyes my little one
And let there be no tears
Send me a dream from away beyond
I promise I shall hear
Oh beautiful beloved soul companion
Thank you for those beautiful years

And heaven hold and watch your way forever
May your every dream come true
Forgive all wrong, always be strong
And do what you must do
You stand before this open door
And you must now go through

My precious friend, my own, my sweet companion
Bless the road that carries you

My precious friend, my own, my sweet companion
Bless the road that carries you


Find Mary Black’s song at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eX9lMoN-kng


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