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Happy Easter America. Time to remember who made America yesterday.

A Washington, D. C. Filling station in 1924

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  Audrey Hepburn (WOW)

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 Mark Twain in 1900

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  Charlie Chaplin at 27 years old in 1916

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  A car crash in Washington D.C. Around 1921

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 Albert Einstein, 1921

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 Brigadier General and actor Jimmy Stewart.

Stewart flew 20 combat missions over Nazi-occupied Europe , and even flew one Mission during Vietnam

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  Pablo Picasso

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  Elizabeth Taylor in 1956 (another WOW)

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 Alfred Hitchcock

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  Big Jay McNeely, Olympic Auditorium, 1953

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 Charles Darwin

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 Clint Eastwood, 1962 (WOW from a woman’s point of view)

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Hindenburg Blimp crash

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 British Soldiers Returning from the front in 1939

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  Albert Einstein on a Long Island beach in 1939

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  Samurai Training 1860

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  Winston Churchill, 1941

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  Country store in July 1939 Gordonton, North Carolina

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  Unemployed Lumber Worker and His Wife 1939

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 WH. Murphy testing the bulletproof vest in 1923

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  Marilyn Monroe (WOW again)

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 Joan Crawford on the set of Letty Lynton, 1932

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 An RAF pilot getting a haircut while reading a book between missions

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  Babe Ruth’s 1920 MLB debut

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  Clint Eastwood working on his 1958 Jag XK 120 in 1960

(Another WOW from women’s point of view)

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  View from the Capitol in Nashville , 1864

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  Baltimore Slums, 1938

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  American Poet Walt Whitman, 1868

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  Louis Armstrong practicing backstage in 1946

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  Girls delivering ice, 1918

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  Times Square 1947

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  Lee Harvey Oswald, 1963, being transported to questioning before his murder

Trial for the assassination of President John F Kennedy.

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  Helen Keller meeting comedian Charlie Chaplin in 1918

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  Burger Flipper 1938

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  Madison Square Park New York City around 1900

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  Union Soldiers taking a break 1863

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WWII soldiers at Easter

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 Red Hawk of the Oglala Tribe on horseback 1905

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  Boys selling flowers in 1908

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  An Oklahoman farmer during the great dust bowl in 1939

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  Louis Armstrong plays to his wife, Lucille, in Cairo, Egypt 1961

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  Brooklyn Bridge in 1904

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  Two Boxers after a fight

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 Sophia Loren and Jayne Mansfield (double WOW)

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  Brothers Robert Kennedy, Edward ‘Ted’ Kennedy and John F. Kennedy outside the Oval Office.

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  Cornell Rowing Team 1914

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  Henry Ford, 1919

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12 replies on “Happy Easter America. Time to remember who made America yesterday.”

Oh my Did Di hope you’re enjoying the sunshine instead of typing none stop? Rest is important to be safe stay isolated. ,👑😌

My dear friend,
Almost every day I go to a nearby lake watching the sun-set or go to a forest, here in Finland. We have over 200000 lakes here and over 80 % of Finland consists of forests. In fact I do not spend too much time on my blog as I also use automatic time tables to publish my poems and photos – I love really to be in the nature and have also a great equipment when hiking through the wilderness. In the nature I receive inspirations and record them on my watch. Later I share these ideas on my blog. Contemplation is really necessary, to go deeply within and return with some treasures…

Stay happy, dear friend 🙂
Didi

My dear friend,

In the his book “The Crown of life” Sant Kirpal Singh, my Master, has written:

“The basis of truth lies in Self-certainty. The Self precedes everything else in the world. It comes even before the stream of consciousness and all concepts of truth and untruth, reality and unreality, and before all considerations, physical, moral and metaphysical.” Means also: we have pleasures in the world our mind and ego is after, but we also have consciousness in us which everyone can discover in himself/herself as: Man know thyself!…

Martin Heidegger lets us know in one lecture he was giving: What is methaphysics? In his lecture, Heidegger defines the human being as the being that questions the whole in metaphysics. He deals with the relationship between philosophy and science by thematizing their relationship to the nothing. In doing so, it becomes apparent that it is only through the Nothing that the “basic question” of philosophy and thus also of science is motivated: “Why is being at all and not rather Nothing?

He thus puts the human being in relation to the whole and this includes the understanding that nothing is separate, that everything is one: the individual lies in the whole and the whole in the individual.

So it is rather not a pleasure which can be taken from it, it is the living consciousness, the garment of oneness, which is worn and perceived in itself.

However, metaphysics means so much more…

When I was young, I studied philosophy as well as languages, but philosophy alone is of no use to anyone – our life must be a practical one, gaining knowledge through practical experience, not getting answers from the outside, but from within.

Thanks again, dear friend, for your contribution and presence.
Hugs and love 🙂
Didi

Didis your wisdom shined through you talk true. No response added. Called my friend Respect to the Master of the Pen. You talk truth 😔👑🕯🕯🕯😇

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