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John Lennon on the Satisfying Difficulty of Excellence and the Vital Role of Invisible Incubation in the Creative Process
John Lennon on the Satisfying Difficulty of Excellence and the Vital Role of Invisible Incubation in the Creative Process

“Every song I’ve ever written has been absolute torture… except for the ten or so songs the gods give you and that come out of nowhere.”

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Neil Armstrong’s Heartbeat and the Sound of Venus in a Beautiful Cover of Lennon’s “Oh My Love”
Neil Armstrong’s Heartbeat and the Sound of Venus in a Beautiful Cover of Lennon’s “Oh My Love”

A cosmic serenade to the human heart’s capacity for uncontainable emotion.

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John Lennon and Yoko Ono on Love, Animated
John Lennon and Yoko Ono on Love, Animated

“You’ve got to work on it. It is a precious gift, and it’s a plant, and you’ve got to look after it and water it.”

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I Met The Walrus: Lennon’s Brain Animated
I Met The Walrus: Lennon’s Brain Animated

Truth, aged like a good whiskey, from the cellar of a cultural legend.

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John Lennon’s Impassioned Letters on the Value of Meditation
John Lennon’s Impassioned Letters on the Value of Meditation

“I suggest you try transcendental meditation through which all things are possible.”

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The John Lennon Sketchbook: A Weird and Wonderful Vintage Animated Film About the Beloved Beatle’s Life, Music, and Philosophy
The John Lennon Sketchbook: A Weird and Wonderful Vintage Animated Film About the Beloved Beatle’s Life, Music, and Philosophy

Quips and prophecies in vibrant color.

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John Lennon’s Semi-Sensical Poetry and Prose, Illustrated with His Charming Drawings
John Lennon’s Semi-Sensical Poetry and Prose, Illustrated with His Charming Drawings

Subtle critique of culture’s hypocrisies, wrapped in bewitching gibberish.

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