Main Menu

“In the Footsteps of Fate: Roy’s Anthem of Trust”

Spread the love

While I don’t frequent church, my belief in God remains steadfast, fostering a daily dialogue where I seek guidance on life’s intricacies. Constantly pondering, “What are your thoughts on this? What course of action should I take? Perhaps a song should be written about it?” — these inquiries serve as a continuous conversation with the divine.

In moments of struggle, it’s the divine intervention that keeps me resilient. I attribute my survival to God, who steered me away from the perilous path of drugs, a conscious choice to refrain from sealing my fate in blood. I adamantly declined the embrace of eternal darkness, a testament to my rejection of a pact with the everlasting unknown.

During a recent karaoke session. As I immersed myself in the soulful lyrics of “Separate Ways” by Elvis Presley, little did I know that this performance would lead to a surprising connection.

A curious girl in the audience, moved by the song, approached me, wanting to know my birthdate. To my astonishment, tears welled up in her eyes, and she exclaimed, “No wonder they call you RoyElvis; you’re the

real deal. I thought you were a fake and even contacted YouTube about it. I’m so sorry; please forgive me.” The plot thickened when we discovered that both Elvis and I share the Life Path Number 9.

Uncovering this shared numerological connection added a layer of magic to the moment. It’s a testament to the mysterious ways in which our lives intersect, especially through the universal language of music. The sincerity in her apology and the recognition of elvis and my life path transformed this encounter into a unique and meaningful experience.

life path Number 9‘s

  1. Elvis Presley (January 8, 1935) – The “King of Rock and Roll” and one of the most iconic figures in music history.
  2. John Lennon (October 9, 1940) – The legendary member of The Beatles and solo artist.
  3. Jimi Hendrix (November 27, 1942) – Widely regarded as one of the greatest guitarists in the history of rock music.
  4. Freddie Mercury (September 5, 1946) – The iconic lead vocalist of Queen.
  5. Bruce Springsteen (September 23, 1949) – Known as “The Boss,” a prolific singer-songwriter and musician.
  6. Bono (May 10, 1960) – The lead vocalist of U2, also known for his humanitarian efforts.
  7. Stevie Nicks (May 26, 1948) – A singer-songwriter best known for her work with Fleetwood Mac.
  8. Janis Joplin (January 19, 1943) – A powerful and influential blues singer.
  9. Jimmy Page (January 9, 1944) – The legendary guitarist and founder of Led Zeppelin.
  10. Ozzy Osbourne (December 3, 1948) – The “Prince of Darkness” and lead vocalist for Black Sabbath.
  11. Kurt Cobain (February 20, 1967) – The iconic frontman of Nirvana.
  12. Prince (June 7, 1958) – A musical genius known for his versatility and innovation.
  13. RoyElvis (June 5, 1960) – A singer Songwriter unique rock enthusiast adding to the vibrancy of the musical scene. It’s Never Too Late To Be Who You Might Have Been:)

It’s Been a Long Road Worth Traveling With You written by the esteemed Singer-Songwriter Roy Dawson, renowned by the stage name RoyElvis. “Crafted from the heart, this song was inspired by the swift passage of time. As I observed my 80-year-old parents slow dancing at my niece’s wedding, memories flooded in—of their youth, of triumphs and trials. I could hardly contain my tears witnessing them, once so young, now gracefully navigating life’s dance. From playing baseball to hitting home runs together, to my mother’s adventurous bike ride from Washington state to Oregon. This song is a gentle reminder to be grateful and cherish every moment with your loved ones. Tomorrow is not promised, but the memories we create today last a lifetime. 🌟 TimelessTunes CherishTheMoments”

♬ original sound – royelvisband – royelvisband

Once again, please note that numerology is a subjective belief system, and the accuracy of Life Path Numbers relies on the precision of birthdate information.

Singer Adele Love Her Voice

I wanted to share this prayer I wrote for my self from the moment I grasped the art of walking, talking, and even singing, my disposition toward injustice, malevolence, and plain cruelty was evident. When confronted with the dismissive phrase, “It is what it is,” a sentiment often used to rationalize unfavorable situations, I couldn’t help but counter with a more nuanced perspective. Responding with a resolute, “Yeah, how about it is what it isn’t, and let me add, it isn’t what it should be,” became my fervent declaration. This stance reflects my refusal to accept the status quo when faced with adversity, advocating for a deeper contemplation of the complexities that shape our experiences. your welcome to use this when life gets crazy just replace my name for yours and say this powerful prayer .

“In the Footsteps of Fate: Roy’s Anthem of Trust”

“Roy, you can’t miss it,” they would cheer, each voice a resounding cheer,
Every witness by your side, as you embarked on life’s wild ride.

Through the whispers of the air, your mantra echoed, strong and rare,
“It is your will, God,” you’d declare, trusting in the cosmic air.

It is what it is, you’d profess, facing both success and mess,
A dance with fate, a cosmic quiz, navigating life’s vast abyss.

And when the unexpected came, not every venture found its fame,
“It isn’t what it should be,” you’d sigh, beneath the ever-changing sky.

But in the depth of trial and strife, you’d echo words that shaped your life,
“It isn’t what it should be, indeed, but Father, your plan I’ll heed.”

For in the tapestry of fate, woven by hands both kind and great,
You’d find solace, you’d find rest, trusting in what God deemed best.

So, Roy, with spirit undeterred, your journey’s tale remains unheard,
A symphony of chance and fate, a testament to wisdom great.

In every venture, every scar, you’d find the light, no matter how far,
“It is what it isn’t,” you’d decree, embracing life’s vast mystery.

And as the winds of change would blow, your saying lingers, soft and slow,
“It is your will, God, ever true, guiding me, and guiding you.”

Twitter Tiktok

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

© 2022-2024
Back to Top