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Something to Believe In (Poison song)
Discussion in ' Belief and Spirituality ' started by needsomething , Aug 16, Log in or Sign up. Interfaith forums. Looking for answers and need something to believe in Discussion in ' Belief and Spirituality ' started by needsomething , Aug 16, Joined: Aug 16, Messages: 2 Likes Received: 0.
Whether you believe in god, unicorns, angels, miracles, Santa, the goodness of humanity, the Tooth Fairy, a divine being, the Easter Bunny, magic, infinite spirit, fairies and pixie dust, prayer, the power of kindness, superheroes, a universal life force or a combination of any of these or others, we all need something good to believe in. This past week while many of us were celebrating the Christmas season with family and friends, the young son of a friend of mine in New Zealand was fighting for his life after a near drowning incident. Hundreds of us from around the world joined together as a community and sent prayers, healing and light to baby Eli and the family. Most of us have never physically met but we all connected in a higher purpose and for the greater good. Baby Eli is truly a miracle and we all continue to send blessings to him and the family. Believe in something that builds up the human spirit, connects people in kindness and compassion, sends out joy into the world, and makes hope possible.
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The song peaked at number 4 in the US Billboard Hot , number 5 on the Mainstream rock charts,  number 35 in the UK  and 44 on the Australian charts. It was the last Top 10 on Billboard chart for the band to date. This song was dedicated to James Kimo Maano , a security guard and best friend of Bret Michaels who had died some time earlier. The cover art for the single depicts a tattoo on Michaels' arm of a cross with the words "Something to Believe In". The tattoo artist, according to Michaels, had been drinking and spelled "believe" incorrectly putting the "e" before the "i".
I was driving alongside the Brisbane River not far from home, with a Ramones anthology playing at full volume, when it hit me. I was trying to piece myself back together after a difficult couple of years. It was about losing your grip on yourself, on life, then rediscovering your sense of purpose. It was March Over the next two months, a music memoir poured out: the first 30, words in three weeks.
Sep Posted by Britta Reque-Dragicevic. When was the last time you thought about what it is that you believe in? That one thing that gives you the strength to pick yourself up after rejection, doubt and uncertainty have thrashed you to pieces and left you in a bloody heap. What do you believe in? Hard work? And no matter how much others encourage, praise, award, buy, and respond to our work, at the end of the day, every artist is alone with the work, with his or herself, and with the decision to get up or stay down.