[Powderworks] Oils Fit
Kate Parker Adams
Wed, 19 Mar 2003 18:58:43 -0500
And here are some pictures of those lovely people of
Bingo game anybody?
Maybe we could even mix in pictures of US Soldiers - like the seven Kaneohe
Marines I saw come through Hickham AFB in pine boxes at the end of the last
At 04:47 PM 3/19/03 -0600, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>For the Iraqi people "Bring on Change". Hopefully once this is over there
>will be no more gassing of citizens, or mass murder of political
>For the US "Short Memory". Those who do not learn from history are doomed
>to repeat it. It seems we have finally learned and are doing the right thing.
>>Some of us have been sharing how the Oils have surfaced in surprising and
>>almost mystical ways during the day to day living out of our lives. Given
>>the current crisis, the Oils seem to speak louder than ever and, as
>>usual, directly to the heart of the matter. So here's a question:
>>Which Oils song seems most relevant to the drama unfolding in the Cradle
>>of Western Civilization?
>>I find myself humming "KOSCIUSKO" lately. "Call off the ultimatum until
>>yesterday" and "No stranger to brutality...no end to the hostility..."
>>and especially "older than Kosciusko" really resonate. There are a score
>>or more other tunes, but KOS gets my vote for the most relevant in light
>>of last night's presidential address.
>>Please, no need to comment on your own hawk or dove orientation (or
>>anybody else's) just what you hear the songs saying. :)
>>bruce in calgary
>>"Where is the hope of a clean tomorrow?
>>Hope only offers when justice is coming,
>>Now is the time to heal" ~ MO
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