Grab the Kleenex for this one!

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  1. As an adoptive “mum”, all I can say is “Wow”. I know how it feels to love at first sight.

  2. Some can recognize an angel when they see one. We’re not human beings having a spiritual experience. We are spiritual beings having a human experience.

  3. What a woman his adoptive mum is. Inspiring.

    • In total agreement about the song. It is not only blasphemous, it is sentimental tripe that only plays into the NWO’s utopian fiction of a one world government. Dangerous nonsense.
      Sure, let’s imagine there’s no country…. [snark]

      • Agree, I despise that song….I meant beautiful in his mom adopting the boys and his voice, that’s it.

        • Yes… nice sentiment, quite nasty in that it requires abolition of religion and property to achieve those aims in its view.
          Ironically appropriate (unintentionally) in the ending of The Killing Fields after Dith Pran has escaped the Khmer Rouge’s Cambodia, though (but I doubt most Hollywood types would know why).

      • Joseph Niezgoda, in his 2009 book, The Lennon Prophecy, claims that when Lennon was 20 years old on Dec. 27, 1960, he made a pact with the Devil in return for fame and success. He got his wish and the Beatles became an overnight phenomenal global success.

        • I read that book too when it was first published! Niezgoda made a compelling case, tracing how the Beatles went from being this little obscure group in the backwaters of Liverpool to an overnight phenom, before whom girls screamed hysterically and literally swooned. Even as a child, I had thought the girls’ behavior to be strange.
          But the pact was for 20 years, and we all know what happened to Lennon. Scary stuff.

      • Would prefer this from the New Seekers instead… 😉
        “Look what they’ve done to my brain, ma; they’ve picked it like a chicken bone and now I’m half insane, ma!”

  4. Beautiful all around!


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