Sunday, January 31, 2016


Kate Upton: SI Swimsuit Fame

Ai o oshiemasu

I have taken refuge in you.
Don't let me down.

Deliver me and set me free.
Listen to my petition. Help me.

Be my shelter, 
a house to keep me safe. 

You are the strength for my safety;
the sanctuary known as home.

Deliver me from harm 
from excessive competition
or adverse circumstance.

You are my hope, my faith,
my deliverance; the confidence
from my youth.

I have been sustained by you since birth.
You protected me when I was in the womb.

I will always be grateful 
for what you have done for me.

I have become a warning sign
to those who are against me,
but you are my refuge and strength.

I will sing praise for your glory
until the sun no longer shines.

Do not cast me off because of my age.
Do not forsake me when my strength fails.

False statements are enemies to good thought. 
They are conceptions about perception 
that distract attention 
from perspective 
on true conceptual 

The enormity of conformity to personal authority
against anybody but me says, "Don't make the effort."

"Don't even try to make a statement for a quality product.

"Don't even think about relations for justice

with mercy."

Faith says, "Stay on task. Remember your goals.
Complete actions that build trust in your reliability
with responsibility. Build relations for trust."

Let those statements that are against me be disproved.
May they be so disgraced that the makers feel shame 
for attempting to shift the blame to my name.

I will work with due diligence
to establish constitutional authority 
for reliable responsibility. 

I will wait with patience.
Redemption by reform
is the means to help others 
to find providence and avoid harm.

I will recount the profound power of the law
for the right to life. The law against murder and slavery
will defend the limitation of spending on national security
to defense. 

Mercy has guarded me from violence and cruelty in punishment
since my youth. Compassion will not fail me when I am old and gray.

The righteousness of truth reaches beyond the sky 
to speak about the wonders of gravity and force 
for the harmony of the celestial spheres.

What keeps the planets in their orbits? 
What pushes the galaxy  on the path
to the dark reaches of unknown space? 

Who can not wonder at the divine design
for the cosmos as the order for production? 

I have seen deliverance from greater adversity
in every close encounter with death.

I have been brought up from the deep places
of the earth. I have been strengthened beyond 
my lack of strength. I have been enfolded 
and comforted by renewal  in life.

I will sing praises with joy 
for the happiness that singing 
brings with the ring of the resounding
pound of sound from the depths of my soul.

My speech will teach the value
of learning from the re-constitution 
of conception for perspective 
on perception. 

71 In te, Domine, speravi

1 In you, O Lord, have I taken refuge; *
let me never be ashamed.
2 In your righteousness, deliver me and set me free; *
incline your ear to me and save me.
3 Be my strong rock, a castle to keep me safe; *
you are my crag and my stronghold.
4 Deliver me, my God, from the hand of the wicked, *
from the clutches of the evildoer and the oppressor.
5 For you are my hope, O Lord God, *
my confidence since I was young.
6 I have been sustained by you ever since I was born;
from my mother's womb you have been my strength; *
my praise shall be always of you.
7 I have become a portent to many; *
but you are my refuge and my strength.
8 `Let my mouth be full of your praise *
and your glory all the day long.
9 Do not cast me off in my old age; *
forsake me not when my strength fails.
10 For my enemies are talking against me, *
and those who lie in wait for my life take counsel together.
11 They say, "God has forsaken him;
go after him and seize him; *
because there is none who will save."
12 O God, be not far from me; *
come quickly to help me, O my God.
13 Let those who set themselves against me be put to shame and be disgraced; *
let those who seek to do me evil be covered with scorn and reproach.
14 But I shall always wait in patience, *
and shall praise you more and more.
15 My mouth shall recount your mighty acts
and saving deeds all day long; *
though I cannot know the number of them.
16 I will begin with the mighty works of the Lord God; *
I will recall your righteousness, yours alone.
17 O God, you have taught me since I was young, *
and to this day I tell of your wonderful works.
18 And now that I am old and gray-headed, O God, do not forsake me, *
till I make known your strength to this generation
and your power to all who are to come.
19 Your righteousness, O God, reaches to the heavens; *
you have done great things;
who is like you, O God?
20 You have showed me great troubles and adversities, *
but you will restore my life
and bring me up again from the deep places of the earth.
21 You strengthen me more and more; *
you enfold and comfort me,
22 Therefore I will praise you upon the lyre for your
faithfulness, O my God; *
I will sing to you with the harp, O Holy One of Israel.
23 My lips will sing with joy when I play to you, *
and so will my soul, which you have redeemed.
24 My tongue will proclaim your righteousness all day long, *
for they are ashamed and disgraced who sought to do me harm.

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