This song title from the Doors LA Woman album I first listened to when I was in high school in Santa Barbara, California. This was a time of turmoil in our country because of the war in Vietnam, civil rights, women’s rights the list of what we wanted to be fixed or at least pay attention to was endless. The solutions to these problems of modern society are few and far between. We can look back on thousands of years of recorded human history, and we see great civilizations rise and crumble into the dust of time. The more you know only reveals a lack of knowledge about yourself and those who you come in contact with on a daily basis.
We all enter this life with a fear of two things: noise, and falling. All of our other fears are learned from family and people or events in our daily lives. What we are today is the culmination of all the major events, and how we have dealt with them in the past.
Life can at times be stormy, and chaotic and at times stressful. We must remember even after the worst storms of life there is always a brighter tomorrow on the horizon. All you need is a positive attitude to see the silver lining of those grey clouds of life.