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Hate has no home here...


I'm preparing this music-fueled post in anticipation of the following forum tomorrow - Thurs. Sep. 21:




Saying "NAY" to hate in our NAYborhood...


Spotted these earlier today on my daily walk around my West Hempstead neighborhood:




First, reflections on this topic from the East...



‘To HATE is Like Drinking Salt Water – your thirst grows worse’ • “I have seen the silkworm. It spins a thread. Thinking itself to be safe, it has spun a tomb” • “Hate is the tomb you weave. It will not save you from your suffering”



Sep. 21 - Fall Equinox...The Yin/Yang of Equality



Hate has no place...



...and we are...








--The Playing For Change Foundation supports 22 music and education programs across 50 locations in 16 countries

Ain't no time to hate...


"It's the same story the crow told me

It's the only one he know -

like the morning sun you come

and like the wind you go

Ain't no time to hate,

barely time to wait

Wo-oah, what I want to know,

where does the time go?"






Now...Live from New York...and on Halloween...pure MAGIC!!!




Complete lyrics are at the end of the post...


Love is love...


on another neighbor's front door...


Say "NAY" to hate...in our NAYborhood...



...and not fade away...





[from the uploader] Here is Not Fade Away by the Legendary Buddy Holly. Recorded in mid 1957, this song was Buddy’s take on the Bo Diddley beat and has become a staple in the classic rock community. Musicians ranging from The Grateful Dead to Queen have covered this song. The Rolling Stones and the Beatles also have too.


This is my favorite...I think Mick is actually _______...and disguising his real identity with WHITE Face...Song starts at 3:00...I tried the impossible...capturing Jagger's moves in a single frame...




Bobby's leading the charge on this lively version...and the fans all join in...





Who'll roll away the stone...the rock...and roll...







See the post for further links...



Words by Robert Hunter; music by Jerry Garcia

Copyright Ice Nine Publishing; used by permission


Well, the first days are the hardest days, don't you worry anymore When life looks like Easy Street there is danger at your door Think this through with me Let me know your mind Wo-oah, what I want to know is are you kind? It's a Buck Dancer's Choice, my friend, better take my advice You know all the rules by now and the fire from the ice Will you come with me? Won't you come with me? Wo-oah, what I want to know, will you come with me? Goddamn, well I declare Have you seen the like? Their walls are built of cannonballs, their motto is Don't Tread on Me Come hear Uncle John's Band by the riverside Got some things to talk about here beside the rising tide It's the same story the crow told me It's the only one he know - like the morning sun you come and like the wind you go Ain't no time to hate, barely time to wait Wo-oah, what I want to know, where does the time go? I live in a silver mine and I call it Beggar's Tomb I got me a violin and I beg you call the tune Anybody's choice I can hear your voice Wo-oah what I want to know, how does the song go? Come hear Uncle John's Band by the riverside Come with me or go alone He's come to take his children home Come hear Uncle John's Band playing to the tide Come on along or go alone he's come to take his children home

Prepare for your "finals"...Here's the final test question:






WE'RE All Related...so let's give peace a chance...








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