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Many of you, unless you are British (or from the Commonwealth) may not fully appreciate the beauty and power of the phrase “You Will NEVER Walk Alone”. That is because you have never heard 20,000 people, in full-throat, sing this amazingly haunting battle cry. So let me please introduce it to you in two YouTube videos and PLEASE feel free (and compelled) to check out YouTube for hundreds more.
Let’s start with a clear rendition of it so that you can savor the words and what it all means.
Now listen to 95,000 (yes, 95,000) singing “You Will Never Walk Alone”.
“You Will Never Walk Alone” starts at the 4:12 minute mark on this video. Enjoy but THINK about it. Befriend your brain and “Never Walk Alone”.
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It was up on Amazon within 40 minutes of me hitting the “Proof Approved” button!
Always a nice feeling to see it appear on Amazon.
Kindle version (priced at $2 and readable on a Web browser, PC, iPhone/iPad, Android, etc. etc.) also now available.
November 30, 2016, is stated as the shipping date both in Japan & the U.S. — by Amazon.
Not clear whether that means, if you are Amazon Prime and have pre-ordered, it will get to you on Wednesday, November 30 or whether that is the day that Amazon will ship it out for it to get to you, with luck, December 2.
One intriguing question is whether anybody, let’s say ‘Best Buy‘, will get tempted to offer a M5 deal on ‘Black Friday‘ or ‘Cyber Monday‘. I am going to wait, though I will order via Discover with their 90-day price match.
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Pope John Paul II started the tradition, at Assisi, which went onto become the “World Day of Prayer for Peace“, in October 27, 1986 — 30 years ago. As you can see from the above picture the Dalai Lama was there with what looks like a Buddhist monk (or nun) from Thailand — among the 160 religious leaders who attended.
Appears that Francis wants to follow in the footsteps of JP II, at least when it comes to Assisi and inter-faith. Plus it is the 30th anniversary.
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