Friday, February 09, 2007

Where'd you go

My buddy Mark put this video together and it really made me think about why I do what I do. Why I travel so much. Why I sacrifice things that I want.

Anyway...enough thinking for the week.

7 comments:

Sarah Barlow said...

Oh..I really like that song even though it's so sad!! Great video!

The fact is is that it's God's calling on your life!!! He will fill in the gaps:)

HAHA...I guess I only ever listened to the edited version of that song...LOL

susiehamidi said...

DJ, how powerful! I can so relate to your sentiments. How often am I at my computer - neglecting my husband and health and community and spiritual life! We work around the clock for our brides and grooms - risking the stability of our own relationships. May God help us find balance! May we bless others with our gifts and preserve what's most meaningful to us - HOME.

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Deyl said...

did fiore put it together?

|| davidjay || said...

Actually I thought he did but he put together a different one with interviews with the artists so I thought he did this one too...oops

mark said...

wow yeah i guess i've only listened to the edited version of that song too. and my little sister was sitting right here when i started playing it.
little warning next time please.

Daily Photo Tips! said...

Oops! Shouldn't have played that at the breakfast table with my kids! How ironic I was watching that video WITH my kids? LOL It's a real paradox...video about absent parents...filled with vulgarities rendering the video unsuitable for toddler's ears...maybe that was the artist's intent?

Oh my...when did I become such an overprotective prude? I guess it's about time to go explain the birds and the bees to my 3 year old...

Stewart C. said...

DJ The Video made me cry almost. I had a dad that wasnt around alot, and didnt really get involved in my life, and other things had happened between us. I cant imagine being gone all the time especially if you have a family like i do. I have a wife and 3 boys, and I dont think I could handle it being gone all the time like you are, but God calls us to do what he wants us to do, and he takes care of us in that time. Thanks for sharing this with us.

Stewart C.