Here's a fascinating weave of rhythm and story lines, taking you by the choice of music and it's sympathetic ambience through the power of your words and thoughts, and how they attract and create conditions you may not have really seriously thought about. It encourages the listener to stick to the right intuitive view 'no matter what you feel you feel you may feel, no matter what they say what they say what they say, what they say!' The musical rhythm is punctuated and accompanied by thematic chorus lines as in Better Life, One Word, and Soldiers Under Fire, while 'Magnets' is outstanding for the way it takes you through character experiences and what they mean, by the range of musical sound, tonality and transitions. 'We are all Magnets,' the song says, for whatever conditions we create and attract!' Three of the songs relate to soldier experiences in war, and 'Soldiers Under Fire' actually depicts a story line of soldiers in their unit pinned down by enemy fire, with suicide bomber vehicles hurtling towards them. The first of those songs describes the love of families as they are parted by war and how God's Fortune favors those in just and worthy causes. The third describes a scene torn by war leaving rubble and the silence of once happy voices and households, and asks questions about the brotherhood of man in the face of those who would deprive us of our freedoms. Finally, 'Speak To My Heart' is a beautiful Love Song asking for better receptivity to Love--'Let me love you more, Feel my Love flow to your heart's core...' This song is notable for it's range of musical backup, laced with the soft insistence of a mellow trumpet. An interesting addition is the Cam K interview on track 8 which explains how the references in the songs about Word realities are actually supported by scientific facts of today relating to the shaping and transformational power of our thoughts and words, one way or the other.