Don’t Suffocate On Your Own Hate

Ask for what you want, don’t forget to mediate, to find a new state, for it is all fate, when one liberates from fear of being too late.  Just having a play with rhyme and reason.

This is a great song from INXS.   I remember when they first started in Australia and going to one of their concerts in a huge park with 1,000′s of fans.  Michael Hutchences was a very sexy guy.  Sadly he died.    His story is below the video.

The last image is a peace sign and the last words are silently written on the back of the t-shirt – anti-war and whole food.  There was a date 981945, of course when I looked it up it was to do with the nuclear bomb dropped on Nagasaki prior to Hiroshima which was the first bomb dropped by the United States (August 9 August 1945). I found that interesting. 

The repetitive theme is ‘mediate’.  Perhaps meditate on events today to find your truth.  The other word that repeated was ‘liberate’, of course that is freedom.  The truth will set you free. If this video doesn’t come up just google it in Youtube ‘INXS Mediate, watch it there :o )

Enjoy.

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Hutchence

Michael Kelland John Hutchence (22 January 1960 – 22 November 1997) was an Australian musician and actor. He was a founding member and the lead singer and songwriter of rock band INXS from 1977 to his death in 1997. Hutchence was a member of short-lived pop rock group Max Q and recorded solo material which was released posthumously. He acted in feature films, including Dogs in Space (1986) and Frankenstein Unbound (1990). According to rock music historian, Ian McFarlane, “Hutchence was the archetypal rock showman. He exuded an overtly sexual, macho cool with his flowing locks, and lithe and exuberant stage movements”.[1] Hutchence won the ‘Best International Artist’ at the 1991 BRIT Awards with INXS winning the related group award.

His private life was often reported in the Australian and international press, with a string of love affairs with prominent actresses, models and singers. Hutchence’s relationship with UK television presenter Paula Yates began while she was still married to music artist and Live Aid organiser, Bob Geldof. Hutchence and Yates had a daughter in 1996 just after she had divorced Geldof. Hutchence’s death in 1997 was determined by the New South Wales Coroner to be the result of suicide – the finding was disputed by Yates, Hutchence’s family and his fans. In 2000, Yates died of a heroin overdose and their daughter was placed in Geldof’s custody with her half-sisters.

 

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