Singing "Love Is The Answer"
Choices in Action
On the road of experience, Join in the living day
If there's an answer, it's just that it's just that way
And I'm looking for space, and to find out who I am
And I'm looking to know and understand
It's a sweet, sweet dream, sometimes I'm almost there
Sometimes I fly like an Eagle, and sometimes I'm deep in despair
Smiling to someone
Is an environmental action!
John at the opening of the Symposium
Some 1600 people from all over the world came together for Choices In Action, where we could listen to speeches of the Windstar founders John Denver and Tom Crum, former WNF-chairman Jay Hair, Dennis 'McCloud' Weaver, singer Kenny Loggins and his wife Julia and Course-In-Miracles expert Jerry Jampolsky and many other fine speakers. The speeches, always coming from personal experiences, gave a lot of inspiration as well as new ideas to work out for yourself.
Singing "Rocky Mountain High"
Dedicated to David Brower, John wrote a new song. David had asked John for
more than five years to write a song called "Healing time on mother Earth".
John told him he would. He read David's book 'Let The Mountains Talk,
Let The Rivers Run' and thought, I can use that and he started to write the
Up to 4.30 on the Friday-morning of the symposium, all there was, was Let The Mountains Talk, Let The Rivers Run. Around the other activities during the symposium John was looking if something would come through. Looking at his watch he told us that that process was happening just until .. Melissa's speech, which was not more than an hour before. And for someone who told us he didn't know the words to the song and didn't have a melody, he did a pretty good job. It's a fabulous song.
Composing a life is an artform|
Just until .. Melissa's speech
There is too much to tell about this wonderful event. If you want to know
more, you must know that SunFire Productions is selling video's of all
speakers of the symposium. They also have John's saturday night concert on
video, as well as a video with the sunday morning music (with All This Joy
and Falling Leaves). There is also a 'Best Of' video. All videos are available
for the PAL-system (Europe) too. Highly recommended!
Post Office Box 552
Snowmass, CO 81654
It's not what happens to you|
It's what you do about it!
Singing "All This Joy"
|We'll leave this page with the most touching moment of the symposium. It was the sunday morning. It was John singing All This Joy. John asked, and we all held each other hands thus forming one line of people. It was a standing ovation of many, many minutes. It was 3200 eyes, none of them dry.|