“The voice of fire,” as the song’s title suggests, is a powerful force, bringing hope, comfort, and hope again.
But, like all things, it can also bring tragedy.
It was a beautiful, beautiful, sunny Sunday, when I was in Chicago with my family, and we were listening to the radio.
It’s a great radio station.
The sound of the city filling with smoke and flames was so calming, so reassuring, so comforting.
And it was the voice of the fire department, speaking with me and my family.
I heard a voice telling me that the fire had been under control, that there was no need for any more evacuations.
I’m grateful that I was with my dad, because I don’t want my dad to have to hear that voice again.
I think it was a really powerful message, and I hope that that voice has a calming influence on other families who are going through a fire.
It brings back a lot of memories.
But it also brings a lot more fear.
I know that some people think that they are able to talk to their children or loved ones about the dangers of fire.
You are not able to.
I can’t speak for everyone, but I can tell you that the voices that you hear and the stories that you tell don’t have the ability to calm you down, or reassure you.
I hope to one day be able to do just that.
I am fortunate enough to have a loving family that has supported me throughout this.
But there is no way that my father can listen to that voice that tells him that he should leave his kids behind and stay home, that the house is burning down.
I need to find out what that voice is telling him and I need that voice to tell me that this is something that is happening to people who have the resources to protect themselves and their loved ones.
It has become clear to me that there is a lot out there, and that there are many people who are hurting and dying.
This is a very emotional time, and people are hurting.
It is time for the voices of the people in our city to speak up and let people know that this problem exists.
I have always felt that if I am lucky enough to survive a fire, that it will make me feel good.
I want to say thank you to all of those people who gave me the opportunity to stay in the city.
I love my home city of Chicago, and my wife and I love the people of Chicago.
The people of Illinois.
I just wanted to say that the people who work in fire and rescue services here are the best, most caring people that I know.
I thank you for all of your work and all of the good things that you do.
I wish you all the best and hope that you can keep working hard and continue to be a part of the community that you love.
And I would like to thank the first responders.
It took me a little while to get to know them all, but we have all become friends over the last few years.
I had the opportunity over the past year to meet some amazing people who I really respect.
I have been so grateful to have had the chance to meet them and get to learn so much about their work.
But I think the most important thing that I learned from my interactions with these first responders was that they were real people who cared about people and wanted to help people.
They were willing to do anything that they could to help, and they loved people and cared deeply about people.
That’s what made the firefighters, the paramedics, the police, and the firefighters all of so good.
And the people that they worked with and withstood in their own right, they are the reason that I am alive.