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The movement you need is on your shoulder

Releases at: 07/05/2012

 Yesterday I saw a quote from John Lennon on one of the postings on Facebook and it reminded of one such a time. It happened during the second Year of my business, I was at the end of a hard day and I was worried about the difficulties that had piled up in the beginning of the journey. This unease also followed me into my dreams at night when I fell asleep. Suddenly I found myself in something that looked like a hall with a lot of people. I didn’t understand what I was doing there. It looked like some sort of party or event. I decided to walk around among the people, and suddenly I run into John Lennon. He asked me how I am, and what is happening with me these days? At that moment, two thoughts crossed my mind.
1) This feels completely realistic
2) He is actually a red head

I explained to him that I had some troubles lately. He listened, smiled, patted me on the shoulder and quoted me Paul’s line from Hey Jude-"The movement you need is on your shoulder"
A song that Paul wrote for John’s son Julian to encourage him at the time that his parents divorced and his father wasn’t exactly functional in his support. What was strange is that years afterthe dream, I discovered in an interview with Paul Mcartney that when he played the song for John, He apologized for this line specifically and he said he would change it later. John stopped him and told him that he liked this line and he actually thought it was the best line in the song.

The next thing I remember is that I woke up with a really good feeling. This line stayed in my head for a long time and I knew for sure that I would succeed under all circumstances. By the way Paul wrote this line for Lennon’s son who was 5 years old. This brings me to the next quote from Lennon on what his mother told him when he was 5 years old:
“When I was 5 years old, my mother always told me that happiness was the key to life. When I went to school, they asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up. I wrote down ‘happy’. They told me I didn’t understand the assignment, and I told them they didn’t understand life."...

If you meet John Lennon in a dream, tell him thanks and that I really like the caricatures he drew.

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