Tuesday, December 08, 2009

John and Yoko every 8th or December

Yoko Ono stands as an artist in her own right, stronger today than ever, her tribute this day to John is worth a read as are many of the comments from others on her blog:


Yoko Ono Lennon
December 8, 2009

On the anniversary of the passing of my husband, John Lennon,
I would like you to share an affirmation with me.
Think it, say it, with firm belief,
knowing that we are all one.

In the name of truth, peace and love:
Thank you, thank you, thank you.

Our planet is healthy and whole,
We, the people of Earth
See clearly, Hear clearly, Think clearly.
Make the right judgement, right decision and the right move
For the benefit of our planet and others.

We are now bathing in the light of Dawn,
Standing in the Heaven we have created together,
Sharing the Joy
With all Lives on Earth
And of the Universe,
As we are all one, united with infinite and eternal love.

For the highest good of all concerned, So be it.

With all my love,
yoko ono lennon

December 8, 2009
Tokyo, Japan


I especailly like this comment someone called Jim left, it shows how someone born 10yrs after he died still can relate to what the man tried to deliver:

"By ImaginePeace90 on 8th December 2009 at 1:10 am

Dear Yoko & everyone who is remembering John on this day,

I am a simple 19 year old college student who didn’t even get to witness The Beatles or John Lennon. However, I have come to learn just who they were and who he was. John is more than just a musician, he is an icon. He is a symbol. He stands for love and peace. As the tears flow from my eyes and John’s music blasts into my ears, I think about how simple his message is. This comment has turned into more of a ramble than anything dignified or coherent. But for anyone who knows anything about John and Yoko, they know just how powerful they are. We all need each other. If we did not have one another the world would cease to exist. Please, everyone everywhere, realize that John wasn’t the only one capable of thinking//acting//or spreading peace…but each one of us is. If you see someone on the street, smile. If someone you know is having a bad day, tell them a joke. I may be 19 and might be considered naive, but there is nothing naive about wanting the world to be a better place. So, 29 years after this fateful and tragic day, lets all come together and imagine the world if we all just gave peace a chance because it is true, all you do need is love.

God Bless you all!

- Jim"


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