Happy Xmas by John Lennon

 

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Today, December 8th, marks the 36th anniversary of the death of John Lennon.  A man who strove for peace, both in his personal life and world wide, he ironically died a violent death by gunshot.

John taught us that instead of protesting  war we should try to live our daily lives in peace, celebrate peace and even advertise peace!   His vision of world peace was never far from his heart. I am posting this video in honor of John Lennon and U.S. Troops everywhere, with hopes that my government, the United States of America, will END its GREEDY AND INSANE  war mongering.

Imagine Peace. Pray for Peace. Live in Peace.

Blessed Be 🙂

 

 

 

 

 

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21 comments on “Happy Xmas by John Lennon

  1. Peace is of price value indeed. Let us give peace a chance.

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  2. Always very fond of John Lennon

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  3. Paul Cunniff says:

    Beautiful one of my favorite Christmas songs and, I like that you showed the soldiers helping people. Soldiers don’t make wars politicians do.

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  4. johncoyote says:

    Reblogged this on johncoyote and commented:
    Please read and share.

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  5. johncoyote says:

    A powerful and worthwhile blog my friend. It needed in our world today.

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  6. I hope for an end to war too, Christine. It would be a nice Christmas gift one of these years. 🙂

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  7. Never get tired of this one, unlike practically every other Xmas song … but then I am a bit Bah Humbug!

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  8. poeturja says:

    Another day that I remember exactly what I was wearing and doing. I played War Is Over today but of course, it never is. But I’ll always honor John’s words and thoughts about peace…

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  9. Love it Now says:

    beautiful! thank you for sharing your message and of course for this song too 🌺

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