That was some good coffee drinking, blog reading music this A.M.
Reading this post, my thought was that for the first time MLK is not relevant to our current situation. The boil must be lanced before it can heal and that isn't accomplished meekly.But on 2nd thought I realize he is exactly right. As citizens we can cause change in a completely peaceful way. The question is do we have the will if it means sacrifice or even hardship?LOVE the music.
Peace begets peace. Love begets love!
Great music today coffee!
damn goood music.
mary: Hello and Thanks!mirth:The path is an easy one, perhaps that's been the problem. But then again, money and power not to mention greed has a lot more to do with it all! ; (mark: A simple truth! ; )let's talk: Glad you enjoyed it.weezie: Glad you enjoyed it also.
Reverse the wording, and you'll have the Mantra for most of the world, and the root of most of our problems;Piece of Bread!
fairlane: More like crumbs! ; (
Yeah, my first thoughts were along the lines with Mirth's - are we willing to make sacrifices and go through any hardships in the pursuit of peacefulness? I'm thinking most prolly aren't. :/Nice, great music - thanks again for sharing love. Peace.~ RS ~ (they just said maybe snow in the upper regions around here??? We're in the upper regions...snow???)
Reminds me of the great Quaker t-shirt, "There is no way to peace. Peace is the way."
ruby: Yikes, no snow yet, but it's starting to get below freezing at night. Sad too that people are consumed, by consuming. ; (emerging: Another great quote! ; )
reminds me that the US has cut its "food for peace" program!
naj: All in the name of Peace & Democracy! ; (
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