I woke up in the early 1970s. Since such an awakening happened in my life, I believe something similar happens also in the life of others. Though I didn’t realize it I had stood for sometime at a crossroads. I had to take the left. This sounds reductive but in retrospect it feels that my transformation happened more or less like that. Before, I was one person. Afterwards—the interval might have been months long, maybe a couple years—I was another. No need to over-dramatize and claim that the event happened as if it arrived like a thunder bolt. In any case, over a period of time, in the same way revolution happens, I revolted against my own self of the time; against my old life. And I became another. Today, as a result, part of my personal philosophy of life is that people can and do change. Fundamentally.
NzoneTonight on Aug 12, 2009
TX 6 Aug 2009
Our guest is one of the most well-known international singer/songwriters from the infamous music culture of the sixties.
Barry McGuire was known for his distinctive gravel voice and his performances with groups such as the New Christy Minstrels – and also for the iconic hit, Eve of Destruction.
On a recent visit to this country, he took the time to ‘drop in’ and hang out with our Rob Holding
Updated: Feb. 1, 2018 replaced video
I first posted this just over a year ago on my myspace blog and thought I’d repost when I watched the following video by Aviad Cohen. Who is Isaiah speaking of in this chapter? ~ Lo
Isaiah 53 (King James Version)