Posted by Ben Naga
One for Kim and Jenny.
Posted on August 23, 2014, in Music and tagged Madness, Medicine, Meditation, Nature, Peace, Politics, Release, Spirituality, Walking Meditation. Bookmark the permalink. 13 Comments.
I’ve never been much of a ‘city person’…always seems to crowded and hot…liked the song.
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The song also carried a topical sociopolitical message. Like you I am not comfortable in cities, although it was not always so. Those cities I knew in my youth have changed … and so have I. Glad you liked it. One of his that I particularly rate. (Roast fish and corn bread anyone?)
Yes the city gets too hot physically and meteorically. It is busy. But I love it still and I love the mountains, oceans and country life to. I guess you can say I love living wherever I am. This song is a good one to sway to. 🙂 If I was in the 70’s I would smoke some gunga and zone.
Then this piece would have been quite appropriate. I hope you are OK with the dedication?
Loving living wherever you are seems a most wise way to manage your life.
I’m happy with the dedication. 🙂
Good. I could see you as one of the folk I know who would appreciate and enjoy this song.
I embrace most things and hardly get offended. Maybe because I don’t know how to be offended.
My ideal way to live in a city is to have a penthouse in the Dakota. Have a car to take you to Broadway Shows. Otherwise, no outside traveling. Loved NYC once. Haven’t been since my car stranded us in the middle of uptown. Freaked me out. Other reasons keep me from cities also. I love the serene life of a rural village. So peaceful and real. TY for the honour. 🙂 J
I felt it fitting. 🙂
Miss NYC. Was a regular but most of my life I’ve lived in small villages except when I lived in New Haven CT near Yale. Liked it there.
It is fitting. 🙂
You have been Miss NYC!!! WOW!!! It was actually more the Medicine/Meditation/Release/Spirituality.Walking Meditation resonances that I had in mind.
Not really Miss NYC but Ms Broadway 20th Century.
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