Loving The Lennons (Part 2)

I’m done reading Cynthia Lennon’s book about her life with John Lennon. It was not a feel-good book, actually. It left me depressed and heart-broken. Don’t get me wrong, it’s a good well-written book. Let’s just put it this way; Cynthia narrated her story in such a way that people were able to picture out the details that she wanted to express. What’s good about her was her kindness and her strength to carry on with her life inspite of her failed marriage(s).

I am a late bloomer when it comes to Beatlemania. Yes, I’ve heard their music in the past but I’ve never been so interested on their personal life; only now. I’m addicted to anything about John Lennon considering that I was just a toddler when he passed away. I just love their (Beatles) music!

Furthermore, I have so much respect and admiration for Julian Lennon as a person and as a musician. I love his photos when he was a young boy; he reminds me of my son. What I find most admirable on him is his philantrophy. Ever heard of the https://whitefeatherfoundation.com/    ?

Obviously, based on Julian’s story about the white feather symbol (if you haven’t heard of the story, click the link above please), the White Feather Foundation was named in the memory of that experience. Jules has so much love to give just like Cynthia. I know it’s none of my business but I hope that Jules will have children to pass on his talent and good looks.   🙂