The classic rock band from the 1970s and 80s, Journey, is not a Christian rock band, but one could look at the titles of some of the songs and see an implicit spirituality. There is Faithfully, Open Arms, The Wheel in the Sky, and, of course their most famous song of all, Don't Stop Believin'. Interestingly enough, the composer of all of those above songs was the keyboardist for Journey, Jonathan Cain.
On August 6th, 1945, the Enola Gay dropped "Little Boy" on Hiroshima, killing instantly 140,000 people and completely obliterating everything within a mile and a half radius. Buildings ten miles away were brought down from the blast. Over 200,000 more would die shortly thereafter from radiation. The atomic bomb destroyed just about everything and everyone. Just about.
St. Teresa of Avila was asked to write about prayer, and so she came up with an image of a garden. Watering is a particularly pertinent chore this time of year, and one I particularly hated as a child, so perhaps the great mystic's words can be of help.