Wednesday, August 16, 2023

Fifty Four Years Ago and Today

A L O H A From Honolulu!

My favorite things in life don't cost any money. Steve Jobs  

[My Ticket]

It was the first.
The biggest event ever.
I was there.
It was overwhelming!

Woodstock - The Message of History's Biggest Happening Friday, Aug. 29, 1969 Time Magazine Link
The baffling history of mankind is full of obvious turning points and significant events: battles won, treaties signed, rulers elected or deposed, and now, seemingly, planets conquered. Equally important are the great groundswells of popular movements that affect the minds and values of a generation or more, not all of which can be neatly tied to a time and place. Looking back upon the America of the '60s, future historians may well search for the meaning of one such movement. It drew the public's notice on the days and nights of Aug. 15 through 17, 1969, on the 600-acre farm of Max Yasgur in Bethel, N.Y.

Talk to yourself
like someone you love.
Brené Brown

By being yourself
you put something wonderful
in the world that was
not there before.
Edwin Elliot

Caring for myself is
not self-indulgence,
it is self-preservation,
and that is an
act of political warfare.
Audre Lorde

Why not touch things
that we hate and turn them
upside down and inside out? Alber Elbaz

Love You,
Cloudia & Pixie