All You Need is Love.
I don’t think so. Nice sentiment. Nice song.
We need peace, joy, faith, hope, so much more.
What about the practical things like work, home, food?
The sixties was an era filled with an idealistic movement, filled with the belief that you could live on love. Nice thought, not very realistic.
Well, where are those people now? Lawyers, doctors, school teachers, chief executives, retirees. Interesting that somewhere along the way, they left the communes, became part of the system, rejoined society.
“Above all things, love” YES!
But, we have to eat, clothe our families, build an inheritance for our children’s, children.
The best way we can do that is having a nurturing environment, a marriage our children can aspire to, work hard, wear one face by being the same inside the house and outside, lead a life of example.
So now I am saying “love”, and so much more.