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stuart jackson  
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Saturday, 10. June 2006 12:02  Write a comment Send E-mail

Lovely message from Peter and Hans in Sweden. Was CTW a religious man? Well I would guess that his thoughts and ideas came from some conviction for sure. He was certainly a 'socialist' minded person if certain of his lyrics are to be believed, and his references to Jesus and God are on record (no pun intended here). Much deeper than this though are his observations on the human situation, and his use of lots of natures influence in his work. He had, I think, a very philosophical outlook toward life in general, but there were many little 'devils' at work in his life also as shown in the book 'Bittersweet'. I think the benefit of the doubt should be given to CTW here, he was a religious minded person I'm sure. His gift, his genious, was to pass on some of lifes most deep and meaningful moments in wonderful and passionate words , to anyone who would simply take the time to listen. Something that a man called Jesus also did, over 2000 years ago. I think these two would have got on just fine. Keep the magic alive friends, peace and light,

Stuart

ps:- how are things going keith, not heard from you for a while mate.
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