A talk by George Harrison (1943 – 2001) on the experience of life, bliss and consciousness.
We [The Beatles] had happiness at times, but not the kind of bliss I mean, where every atom of your body is just buzzing… it’s beyond the mind… it’s when there’s no thought involved…
I get confused when I look around at the world and I see everybody is running around and, you know, as Bob Dylan said, ‘he not busy born is busy dying.’ And yet nobody’s trying to figure out what’s the cause of death and what happens when you die.
Speech: George Harrison on VH1, July 24, 1997
Produced and Edited by T&H Inspiration
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