For those old enough to remember the day


Only Bob Dylan would be the right choice, for bringing closure to a certain period of history.




Where were you, November 22, 1963?




Then again, perhaps this was more your style ...





Briefly married in the early 1980s, Carpenter suffered from anorexia nervosa, which was little-known at the time. Her death from heart failure at age 32, related to complications of her illness, led to increased visibility and awareness of eating disorders. Her work continues to attract praise, including being listed among Rolling Stone's 100 greatest singers of all time.


Or this one since she had such a beautiful voice. What a shame.


Karen Carpenter - White House - August 1972


Karen Carpenter

White House

August, 1972





There were of course others. Others who should never have gone away. God only knows why.








Be that as it may, there are still some very nice voices to be heard today.


Here's Bruno Mars, for instance.





Our today still, Tracy Chapman ...





But where are we off to now? Are we hiding from SARS-CoV-2, or hiding from ourselves?




But don't forget: The children.

"Show them all, the beauty they possess inside."


Watch what they do, when someone they love comes home. Moments of power where only one thing is present. Love.


That will be stronger than any virus.








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