Tuesday, December 22, 2009

"Happy Christmas, War is Over", by John and Yoko...much wisdom still prevails from John's words here, then listen to the Happy Xmas song


Kylita said...

Jeff and I just watched this 11:15 am Wed, and we both want to thank you. It is such a strong and awesome message. Bless John and Yoko...I just heard that song being played yesterday and it kept going through my head. Peace on Earth, peace in our hearts and souls, peace in the home, in the workplace, in the fields, the forests, the oceans, the Universe. Peace to you, dear, sweet SisSTAR.
(tears streaming down my cheeks)
Love to you, Kyle and Jeff xoxo

Michael Manning said...

John is sincerely missed in our country and in the world. He really was an important and well loved person in our culture as a Beatle, and I found him to be positive, and of course with Paul, George and Ringo a humorous person of goodwill. I am very sad that his life was so senselessly taken. But I really do believe he made us all reflect on our lives and how we can be more positive and make the world a better place. This continues. There is too much war and that's not good. I also think there was a healing at hand concerning the Fab Four. They had to endure a lot of change and in the end, I feel they each found their individuality. I appreciate this positive message Rhiannon.

Sarah Sofia Ganborg said...

great news about your younger sister!

and I LOVE that song!

merry Christmas and I hope you will enjoy the Season!

love, SSG

goatman said...

I wonder how John would have felt about the continuation and seemingly endless learning curve presented by today's re-appearance of war and hostility (and we had such hopes). Would he have had the faith to believe that one day again hoping we may find peace?
History repeated!

Beach Bum said...

Merry Christmas Rhia, hope the New Year is better for us all.

David E. Patton said...

Marry christman and a wonderful new year and may you get all that your heart longs for. while I am not a christman person I love the ideal that there is something holy in the world