I’m a child of the 50’s and 60’s. The 60’s was certainly a crazy time – people marching against the U.S. being involved in any conflicts; and drugs became as common as cigarettes – especially with kids from wealthy families.
Rock N Roll
A rebellion seemed to have been born out of the music we listened to and adored. I think of the Beatles and how their music evolved into total rebellion and even encouraged young minds to experiment with drugs.
For those who remember those times, I’m sure that you saw a stark difference between “Meet the Beatles” album and “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Heart’s Club Band.” Their first album seemed rather innocent, but Sgt. Pepper’s was filled with rebellion and encouraged kids to take drugs. One song “She’s Leaving Home” even encouraged “misunderstood” children to run away.
Music is powerful, isn’t it?
I believe that the evil one used…
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