a reply to: Phage
It means EVERYTHING to me to have a best friend.
I am a musician. I make music all the time. I write songs all the time. I LIVE music so I express myself, my thoughts and ideas through music
To me, your telescope is not inane. I respect you for it; something you deny me and my art.
Yes, for the mean time we can have best friends and understand the concept. It starts out at the top and trickles down here in the UK. What is
happening to Prince G now will be happening to all the other kiddies down the line, be sure of that.
As it stands George is being psychologically instilled with the concept of choosing best friends being a selfish thing and he is NOT ALLOWED to do it
at school. How does that translate when added to all the other NOT ALLOWED things they have forced upon children? The poor little mites will end up
like machines with no sense of loyalty.
Even Christ had a best friend: The Disciple who Jesus loved!
I'm looking out, Phage, like you look out to the stars I am looking out socially.
I now feel so lucky that I had my childhood compared to this insidious indoctrination.
Amy's "Best Friend" is a beautiful song. It suits what I have written perfectly. If you listen then you will know it adds to the argument of my
thread. Amy's talent is subtle. It is not like the rest. It is taking me years to understand her music properly. She was indeed a very clever young
Lady and knew what she wanted to tell the world. I may not like PC, but I sure respect Women's Art and Music. Women DO have much to teach men as men
The song demonstrates the trials and tribulations of "best friends" friendships. I would not give up such relationship dynamics for the world. I count
Amy as a best friend for life. She is my best SPIRIT FRIEND and like Vera Lynn says in her war song, "We'll meet again, don't know where, don't know
when, but I know we'll meet again some Sunny Day", that we'll do; it's a PROMISE.
edit on 25-3-2017 by Revolution9 because: (no reason given)