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Invisible Sun song meanings
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    General CommentBasically it means I don’t want to play the war game. The invisible sun is perhaps a higher intelligence that sees all of creation as love.

    Life is funny. Most of us exist wanting to be happy and comfortable in our lives until we die. But there are plenty of others who feel that death games are crucial to maintaining our happy comfort. We are terrified when death games become real but we spend plenty of time entertaining ourselves with films, games and music that can drag us to the rim of the abyss that spells death’s reality. I won’t say it’s wrong because obviously we do it with gusto. I’ll presume the fascination with death and destruction has us all by the balls—even if we don’t have balls—imagine some on yourself. Lol

    Like it or not—and we do like it or else this wouldn’t be what we are all doing—we will all die someday. Not everyone wants to hit the old folks home or be crushed in a speeding wreck. Part of life is trying furiously to evade death and yet we never do—essentially we are seeking postponement because it promises to pacify our fear. We yearn for control. This makes for an interesting game rather than a stupid one because fear is a very real emotion. If we had personal reassurance that we would live a long and happy life evading others who prefer a wilder ride, war wouldn’t be an issue. It would be the preference of others that we could accept and understand only because we possessed the knowledge that we do not have to be dragged into it involuntarily. But life—in infinite perfection—knows how enticing a mystery can be and how boring it can be to know everything.

    Life is the invisible sun. It drives us crazy with worry because we don’t know in this game of musical chairs, just when the music will stop and there won’t be a chair for us. The alternative is knowing everything and having to write scripts, pen songs, and create games that have us wailing in agony about boredom. And actually I think this is happening. The script—the lyrics—the game—is called life and from a certain point of view, it truly is an invisible sun that gives heat and hope to all who entertain this perspective
    sillybunnyon July 29, 2006   Link
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    General CommentAlways liked the melody very much ...
    sillybunnyon July 29, 2006   Link

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