Give peace (and nakedness) a chance – John Lennon


johnyoko1“The main hangup in the world today is hypocrisy and insecurity. If people can’t face up to the fact of other people being naked or smoking pot, or whatever they want to do, then we’re never going to get anywhere. People have got to become aware that it’s none of their business and that being nude is not obscene. Being ourselves is what’s important. If everyone practised being themselves instead of pretending to be what they aren’t, there would be peace.”

John Lennon

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9 Responses to Give peace (and nakedness) a chance – John Lennon

  1. yden4466 says:

    Get naked and smoke pot…I knew I was on to something…

  2. Nat2020 says:

    Reblogged this on Caminhar ao Natural | Walking Naturally and commented:
    “People have got to become aware that it’s none of their business and that being nude is not obscene.”

    We can´t changed this words yet.

    “If everyone practised being themselves instead of pretending to be what they aren’t, there would be peace.”
    I can´t agree because some of them still want war instead peace, but for shure it will a better and peaceful world.

  3. aguywithoutboxers says:

    A sentiment that is just as true today as when it was made decades ago. It isn’t relevant to just nudity. It applies to all aspects of humanity: ability, gender, race, ethnicity, size and belief system. An awesome posting, my friend! Much love and naked hugs! 🙂

    • Happy Bare says:

      Much love and naked hugs to you too! That man was an inspiration on so many level. And regardless of all the crap that was heaped on Yoko at the time, she was a muse to him in the real sense. he came into his own being when he met her.

  4. Nice quote from a great artiste.

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