(7:6) is a reference to a verse. In this particular song the idea of our raising, or our corner stone, is challenged to recognize that much of it has brought us grief with the stability it provides. Though the foundation is strong, we want to craft our own self from a new cornerstone. It's once again a look at duality, not the abandonment of our foundation, but the recognition of the limitations that come with it. The desire to recreate oneself using the parameters of their foundation while still being able to reconstitute their core. Rather than focusing on our past blueprints, we can instead use them to craft ourselves new everyday.