Reminds us of our mortality – Olivia is gone.

by Captain Walker

Categories: Music and Song, Humanities

It’s been a sad couple days. Olivia Newton John has passed on. I knew she had suffered with breast cancer some time ago. She fought it off. I wondered if it would return.

Oh well – we are powerless against the ticking of the clock. The most we can do is to savour every living second that we are allowed to witness the grand spectacle of the universe – sentient matter from what was once inanimate.

I celebrate her life with a few videos below that may well disappear due to ‘YouTube policy’.

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