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My Sweet Lord – George Harrison

on November 20, 2021
(George Harrison. Photo from Grammy.com.)

George Harrison, guitarist and songwriter for The Beatles, died of cancer in Beverly Hills, California on November 29, 2001. He was only 58 years old.

(George Harrison sings “My Sweet Lord.”)
Tribute to George Harrison: Billy Preston sings “My Sweet Lord” with Eric Clapton, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, George’s son Dhani, and other Rock-n-Roll notables.
~Rest in Peace~

Dawn Pisturino

November 20, 2021

10 responses to “My Sweet Lord – George Harrison

  1. utahan15 says:

    the quiet beatle
    quite fab
    and intense
    in his inner fury
    witness the ballad of freddy crisp
    aka let it roll

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  2. First Beatle to top the Hot 100

    Reblogged @ Zero Lift-Off Only The Beginning

    “God allowed him to leave here sooner than many would have wanted because God had better plans for him! Let it Be, he ended on the right note I say! Pointing out what God wanted not George or the world!”

    My Sweet Lord – George Harrison

    🙂🌻 ❤️ ✝️ 🙏 🌟✨💫

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    • What beautiful sentiments, Lawrence! Thanks for reblogging!

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      • My Dear Sister Dawn! I must thank you for being inspired to express what you were feeling in your deepest heart here when you did, affording me to be as deeply inspired to seek the Holy Spirit to help me express what I know in my heart to be Truth; God’s Truth which is the one Truth we all need to know and follow at the end of the day! God is with us; we need to have faith in Jesus Christ for He was and is the Truth forever!

        He with His incomprehensible love for we the children of God the Father wants to save us to avoid eternal separation from His absolute perfect Holy Glory, God in the highest, He Jesus and the Father want us to join them there in Paradise forever!

        Giving our hearts to Jesus and accepting His absolutely is, the Way the Truth and the Life! Amen.
        God bless you and yours my beloved Sister Dawn!
        🙂🌻 ❤️ ✝️ 🙏 🌟✨💫

        Brother in Christ Jesus,

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      • Sister Dawn, a late arrival commentary that I now share it here as a tribute to your essay that I published today for Thanksgiving! I hope its heartfelt prayerful intent is conveyed to anyone in need of blessings and hope this holiday season, which is pretty much most of us who find too much evil causing so much harm in this sad world. To this end I pray that God in the name of Jesus open the floodgate of His divine Mercy to spare so many that are in need now who are suffering and will be! Amen.
        God bless You and Yours Sister Dawn!

        Brother in Christ Jesus,

        A special sorrowful prayer to all those affected by the Christmas holiday parade attack in Waukesha, Wisconsin. The Catholic priests, as well as multiple parishioners and Waukesha Catholic School children that have been injured may they and their families be blessed with full recovery; as the angels of mercy watch over them and God rest the souls of The Milwaukee Dancing Grannies that died. Dear sweet Jesus! Amen.

        Especially to All the Lonely People from “Eleanor Rigby”

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      • Your “Eleanor Rigby” post is wonderful, Lawrence. I agree that the tragedy in Waukesha was senseless and horrible. May God be with all of those parents and children. So much suffering because the D.A. wouldn’t do his job and prosecute a guy with a long rap sheet who kept getting off. As long as we have these stupid judges, D.A.s, prosecutors, and lawyers who refuse to enforce the law, nobody is safe.


  3. Americaoncoffee says:

    He is so well loved and remembered. Whenever I listen to his songs, I feel he is still with us. Thanks for sharing, Dawn. 💞🎶💞🍮🍮

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