A video for those who wonder. A song by Dan Monk And Dan Kellum. We are Generation Cobweb.Empty Roads Gencobb[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uEiBimXZPhw[/youtube]
Hope you all enjoy this little video I made from the pictures I took on set at Prison Break Fox Television show the four months I filmed. The only color shot is from the BlockBuster exclusive “The Promotion” with Sean William Scott and John C Reilly, they are the two with their backs facing the camera.[youtube][/youtube]
We are always looking for new ideas that will change the next generations thinking and bring that generation a little closer to truth. Neal Adams seems to be the one closest to the truth when it come to our planet and our history. Congradulations Mr Adams. You are Generation Cobweb.
I hope that you take the time to watch the whole series, it will make make you think.
We all have journeys in this life that will take us to a moment when we suddenly realize why. Everyday moments seem uneventful, but they are eventful. They are the steps that led us to the one moment. In that one moment, time seems perfect and all of life makes sense.
President Harry S. Truman, the man in the White House when the United States intervened on behalf of the millions of innocent people who were being displaced and massacred by Hitler’s Nazi Germany, claimed to have practiced his piano lessons for two hours every morning during his childhood. Likewise, President Warren Harding was said to be able to play every instrument except the trombone and the clarinet. Franklin Delano Roosevelt (FDR) played the organ. Of course we all remember President Clinton and his saxophone, but did you know that President Nixon was an accomplished pianist?
And more recently a girl who was a musician long before she became an academic and then a world-famous diplomat, former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is a very accomplished classical pianist. As she was growing up in the Rice home music was a family affair, and as early as age 3 Condi played piano at family gatherings. Her Dad was a minister and she often accompanied her organist Mother in church. The name “Condoleezza” is from the Italian phrase con dolcezza, which refers to playing music “with sweetness.” While other kids in her neighorhood were playing outdoors, she was more likely to be found practicing the piano or reading a book.
We all look at the world with different eyes, seeing every reflection of light different than every other living thing that sees. Why is it that we believe our view of life on this planet must be the same for everyone? Some people see with their hands and some with their ears, but some see with their hearts, every action understood not from seeing what happened , but understanding what they saw.
If we should ever find ourselves in the dark, we should try seeing with our hearts, their may lay the true visions of God.