Sunday, November 15, 2015

Love to Paris

I can't allow this weekend to go by without saying how deeply my heart goes out to the people of France.    I was fortunate to have gone to France in 2010 and I often talk about how I found many of the people to be rude and pushy.   I also found a lot of the people to be kind and friendly.    Which just showed me that people are people regardless of where you live.    Having said that--- I think all of us that read this blog hearts break to think that a group of 1,500 people went to a concert to have a night of fun listening to a band and forgetting about the worries of the day.    And 80-90 people did not leave that hall alive and the others had to survive unthinkable things during the attacks and their lives will never be the same.    

I know that a lot of Beatle fans in France read this blog and I want to tell you that I am praying for you and your country during this time.    I wish there was something I could physically do, but I am at a lose.    However, we are all a Beatles family and we are in this together.  

After John and Yoko were married they went to Paris on their Honeymoon.   And John drew this picture which he titled "the city in my heart" which I think is just  a beautiful title and it really hits home today, don't you think?

Of course I personally am a very peaceful person and I do not agree with fighting and war.   I hope for a day when the world will agree that "War is over if you want it."

Peace and Love my Friends around the world!

Sara (aka Starshyne)


  1. Beautiful. The piano player who played "Imagine" outside the Bataclan Theatre....that just killed me......

  2. Yes, my heart goes out to the French and as a Belgian I even feel guilty, considering the link of the terrorists to Belgium. And yes, I heard the man's beautiful piano playing of 'Imagine'. It is all very well to wish for peace and talk about it, but we also have to be realistic and see what is there right before our very eyes, and see evil for what it is. (From a 64 year old woman who understands the desire for peace but has grown realistic with the years.)