posted on Nov, 17 2013 @ 01:50 PM
reply to post by NewAgeMan
40 minutes into the first talk. Wow, a guy with a big heart talking common sense with some intelligence. Its so ALIEN in these times.... I keep
waiting for it to cut to a pundit in a suit who sticks a political label on him and dismisses him, but it keeps going...
What an totally awesome human being he was eh?
I like what the guy introducing him said, that "if you look at him too long he kills you, he kills you" kills the things that need killing that is.
His uniqueness was a source of insecurity for a long time, and when he got over it, this is the result.
There's such kindness and loving understanding in the guy and I found it very interesting the things he can't take about the way people are pitting
against each other, how they don't make him angry as much as ... almost embarrassed for his fellow man and astonished that anyone could conceive of
such ridiculous nonsense.
He's so lovable, it's really very hard to describe.
What a walk down memory lane into the domain of nostalgia for a lost world/reality.
I hope this gets flagged up to the front page so that everyone can see what an authentic, shining, radiant human being really looks like when cast in
the light of life as it ought to be. You just don't see people like this any more or very often because something has happened to us, collectively
based on troubles that he saw coming and wished to bring to our conscious awareness so that we would avoid the pitfalls that we've fallen into,
It's a very interesting and very nostalgic look back, and because of the way society and civilization has unfolded since it's even more powerful in
the contrast it draws. Heck the things he had the biggest problems with are for us just par for the course and stuff we take for granted as if
there's nothing at all wrong with it.
Thanks John, for showing us where the line is really drawn and for having the courage to be an authentic human being and letting your light shine with
humility for the world to see.
You are both loved and missed.