A sunny afternoon at the park lake.
Waves ripple ashore.
Birds sing in the trees.
Children laugh and shout at some playground in the distance.
And here you stand looking at your reflection
trembling on the water, you ask: Who am I?
And your picture looks back at you and answers:
You’re no longer who you were, you’re almost who you’ll be.
Ego te absolvo.
You bend down.
You pick up a stone.
And as you hold it in your hand
it’s getting heavier and heavier.
And just before it’s too weighty to hold any longer,
you throw it with all your might into your face on the water.
And all of a sudden you feel lighter, relieved, free.
And angels start to sing.
― From The Story of “Absolvo” by Enigma
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Enigma ― The Story of “Absolvo”
Enigma ― Absolvo
Rudy Adrian ― The Healing Lake
Bing Satellites ― Again At A Distance
Nest ― The Twelve
Goldmund ― Threnody
The Monk by the Sea ― Chorale (Hassler/Bach)
Harold Budd & Robin Guthrie ― Deva C
A Winged Victory For The Sullen ― Minuet For A Cheap Piano Number Two
Ben Lukas Boysen ― Keep Watch
Warmth ― Youth
Antonymes ― 271210
Otto A Totland ― Flomé
Warmth ― Time as a Reward (Album Version)
Sola Translatio ― Vipers On The Waters
Black Hill ― Ghost Hunting In The Raby Castle
Gang Violins ― Deep State