Sunday, December 21, 2008


This is a photo from NASA of our dear planet Earth, the third rock from the sun. Seems peaceful, doesn't it? However, reality check reminds us that war, or conflicts do exist. Still, I believe everyone is fervently praying or wishing for everlasting peace on earth. Well, it's the holiday season and the yearning for peace at this time of the year echoes in every corner of the world. In line with this, I'd like to share a music video (uploaded at YouTube by gferdinandus6) of Paul McCartney's "Pipes of Peace" which depicted a Christmas truce between British and German troops at war in 1914. Sir Paul played dual roles, that of a British and German Military Officer, who meet up in No Man's Land and exchange photos of their loved ones while the soldiers from both sides fraternize and play football. When a shell blast forces the two armies to retreat to their own trenches both men realize that they still have each other's pictures.

This has been a personal favorite of mine especially during Christmas time since I saw this video from my childhood days. Check it out.

Paul McCartney's "PIPES OF PEACE"

From Wikipedia:
"Pipes of Peace" is a song written by Paul McCartney, which was first released on his album also called Pipes of Peace on 31 October 1983. It was also released as a single on 5 December 1983 and reached #1 in the UK singles chart for two weeks.

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For those of you who missed my first post last October 25, 2008 (which was taken down by the federation and digital act which must not be named), with 2009 coming in a few days, I will be re-upping it for re-posting soon. So when you see it, grab it because it might just be taken down again faster than you can say:


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