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This is the ringtone on my phone 🙂
See Mick Jagger in the audience? Wow…
Lennon got it. I think it's a noble endeavor to try to leave a mark on the world. He certainly did! The Rooftop Concerts are my favorite of all the Beatles' work.
Oh, yeah. Play it over and over and over. May I have another, please!
Brilliant ~ groovy hippies ~ love the vid and the sentiments :o)
Maslow, though Love is part of Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs (Level 3, Psychological)
John Lennon would love it.
[…] forward a few hundred years and up a few levels on Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs. Now we don’t need to hunt and gather for our next meal—we can just pick up the phone and call […]
This more or less says it all!
love = safety = all of maslow's needs
I have ALWAYS detested Maslow, and the veiled narcissism that is his "heirarchy of needs".
Lennon got it right.
Maslow is just an excuse to continue self absorption.
Simple…but not easy…takes LIFETIMES of practice.
[…] Joseph Campbell, and Abraham Maslow, and how what Campbell tapped into that Maslow missed with his hierarchy of needs was that people need not just to feel secure—but to feel alive! We can tell ourselves that our […]
[…] All you need is love. […]
Despite the fact that Maslow's pyramid is wrong in the graphic, I mostly agree.
Don't forget wifi, at the bottom of the pyramid..!
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I believe both are correct. When we have love for ourselves (within) and love for others (everything outside of the individual then one is self-actualized.
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