Stonebeam 34. Independents’ Anthem?

Marcy Baruch (Baroosh) Shifts the Paradigm with an Indie Flourish
Story Shot 34, by Brian R. Wright  PDF Version, 09 November 2021

The flourish would be a song. Yet to call “Carry On” a song is like calling the Queen Mary a row boat; it’s more like the deepest calling and caring for Independent souls worldwide that I’ve ever experienced. If I were a religious man, I’d say it’s from Heaven, and I’ll say it anyway. If the stars could sing they’d do it this way, sending their tune-rays straight into your heart… not to mention your tear ducts. I used to think Dolly Parton had the voice of an angel, Marcy resides in the same constellation.

And the lyrics… just what the cosmos ordered.

The four songs I’ve heard to this point—from the album The Strength of Love—hit the right inner chords of joy and pathos, discovery and listening that make you want more. But “Carry On” is more than special. It’s an eternal, personal, soul-to-soul “You are stellar, really.” Surely she isn’t singing about me. Yet surely she is. Wow.

I’m a Subscriber to the Freedom Portal that Foster Gamble’s Thrive team has set up to hold consciousness trips among the Inde-pendents. October dealt with the darkest of the dark side: human trafficking and ritual child abuse.

In the most recent episodes, two remark-able women survivors, Cathy O’Brien and Serena Faith-Mas-terson—now pros-perers—were guests. Their stories are the stuff COURAGE is made of; indeed, Foster considers them both among his prime spiritual teachers.

The “Carry On” song is an outro to the Serena interview.[1] Both Serena and Foster are moved to their cores. Please go to the site and find the Freedom Portal for 10/30/21. [I believe FP lets you watch one free episode.]

Marcy’s work is available on Amazon, and it’s amazing that the album only has one review now. [I’ll be making it two, shortly.] Hers is a talent that clearly pounds the breakthru door!

What’s more, as much as I consider the song an “Independents’ Anthem,” it may oddly appeal to the herdies. So I suggest inserting another stanza for clarification. J Tailor to taste. In any case, popularity of “Carry On” is a perfect measure of whether the Great Decollaring comes to fruition in time.

[1]  The intermission song, “Inner Space,” by Marcy is also fabulous. Order “Carry On” at where you also may access the others in mp3 format.

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