A flashback to a time: “The Northeast Blackout of 1965 was a significant disruption in the supply of electricity on November 9, 1965, affecting Ontario, Canada and Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont, New York, and New Jersey in the United States. Over 30 million people and 80,000 square miles (207,000 km2) were left without electricity for up to 12 hours.” Source: Wikipedia
Although I don’t like to use ‘Wiki’ as any source, it was taking too much time to find a condensed resource on this historic night. It’s funny… we made love and a bunch of babies back then out of LOVE. Out of nothing but love, fellow people. Can we get back to that sort of feel of the human existence soon, I wonder? The other day I posted a song when I spoke to a buddy of mine and going down ‘memory lane’. Can we simply go down the lanes of memory? We were certainly a much gentler people (if I’m not mistaken). Hey– this wasn’t a song from THAT era (of course) but it still falls in the category of a time that we shouldn’t forget as well. Sure there was some upheaval but there was more going on with LOVE and ALL LIFE plus “making love and “NOT war”! See if you recognize or feel this groove (for the younger gents and ladies out there). Let’s find the “perfect match”!!!! So slow your lives down, speak to one another and find your “perfect match” in this “CRAZY WORLD” we all call ‘life’… happy Friday to you all.
Love, peace and soul(Train)!
P.S. I’ll “see you” tonight on the blogcast, fellow people 😉