Josh Groban sings “You Raise Me Up”

January 25, 2010 at 1:36 am Leave a comment

January 24, 2010.

I’m not sure the writer intended this, but for me, this song relates to my faith.  Think of God as your father and how much he loves you. Imagine yourself  as a child riding  high on God’s shoulders and how so much more is possible with God carrying you.

This song is one of my absolute favourites. I hope you enjoy it too.

To all the survivors in Haiti and to those who go to Haiti to help, I dedicate this beautiful song to you.


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