A Walk Down Memory Lane with Blues Legend Janis Joplin

Mirror Image Edutainment, Alan John Mayer

I took a trip down Memory Lane, leaning the Internet, and watched an hour long documentary on the life of Janis Joplin.  I bought her last album, Pearl, released three weeks after her death in 1970.

Her life was an interesting story.  Ostracized by her family and town, her quest to find happiness in drugs…I never knew how smart she was until I heard her put Raquel Welch down in a most erudite way on the Dick Cavett Show.

Check my Facebook page to stream the best of the best in German, English, and even poor little eighteen year-old France Gall performing in Japan — in Japanese.

And now the evening prayer, real quick,

There is one life.
This life is God.
This life is perfect.
This life is my life now.

I am a part of this life.  This life is a part of me with every breath I take.
I accept my good.
I give thanks for my good.
I release my thoughts and lose my self, my body, mind, my soul into breath.

And so it is.


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"Glad to have you, Alan," said the A.D. The purpose of this blog, AmericanValuesRestored.com, is to provide thoughtful writing, and direct the reader to spiritually inspired videos on how to teach your cat to use the toilet, how to train your dog to make you heel, and references to the state of Abundance, as introduced in book I of my seven book series, 'A Boy Alone,' 'Obsessed.' Take a step into Consciousness. Check it out on Amazon Kindle, Kobo, Smashwords, and Barnes and Noble. For a good laugh, go to YouTube, and check out Meck&Miao, and Pokey. Some cute short videos under a minute include: 'Tonight's Entertainment.' 'Meck takes the stairs,' 'Meck and Miao examine the new puppy,' 'Happy together,' 'Afternoon Delight,' 'Pokey and Miao fight it out,' 'Meck and Miao attack,' and 'National Boxing Day." Meck&Miao and Pokey.
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