A Dream
I believe we’ve been collectively asleep and that this is the moment where through effort and faith, we can wake up to the real dream.  In our sleep, we have been convinced that we are separate from one another, through race, gender, and religions … where the idea of the ‘thems and us’s has insinuated itself deeply into our hardened hearts—but it has failed to turn our hearts to stone.  Mr. King understood  that a dualistic  world was not real…. that we are all interconnected to each other and to nature in a powerful way and that it is a lie to act without this consideration.  My dream is a community where this  oneness is the key -- where we understand  that we are here to work to make all of our lives  more comfortable and together, to lay the seeds of peace for everyone on the planet.
Winner of New York Public Library, Martin Luther King “I Have a Dream” essay    contest, 2006


December 8, 2013   Strawberry Fields, Central Park, NYC



33 Years in Memory


October 9, 1940 - December 8, 1980




Petula Clark sang on the original Give Peace A Chance recorded during the bed-in  and is releasing a new album with her version of Imagine on it!



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