Thanks James.He did read lots of interesting books.
More info: Albert Goldman's bio of Elvis on p.366 states that Elvis loved The Sound of the Silence so much he would read from it onstage and that he named his gospel group Voice.
Sure Mika, just note that the painting is by Kim Haueter, that it can also be found on her website, and that I own it.
Let's be friends!
Heyy, Elvis fans here. Me too. :) May I copy this picture to local fan-forum to see?
Go ahead! Copy it! Google my name and you'll get the Dharmakirti faculty list and you'll find out how to get in touch with me so we can trade Elvis stories outside of theosophy.net.
I teach tomorrow at Dharmakirti and I still have some prep to do so I'll sign off now.
LOL to you and yours!
OooOOOoooooohhhhhhhhhh....hahahhahaha!!!! I love it!!!!!I really love the stuff to make peanut butter and banana sandwitches with as offerings!! that is to funny!!May I have permission to copy this picture to my PC? I love Elvis too..I'll have to tell you a story about him one day..or send you a PM about it..I am possablly kin to him.And I know that you will think I'm a freak..but I have never been to Graceland..drove by there to many times to count..but never been inside (I do have the Comercial Appeal paper that was put out when he passd away though..I have it locked in a safe!)..its on my bucket list. Now... Beale St. and downtown Memphis I have been to MANY times..we use to go every weekend and during Music Fest..I met BB King and Rufus Thomas on Beale St. once..Rufus was so funny..I'll have to tell you a story about him too...Oooh and the BBQ place Rendezvous is in Downtown Memphis. If you ever make it over this way, let me know..my husband and I will do lunch or something with you and your wife. :)PS..let me know if I have permission to copy the Elvis pic to my puter..I would love to have it..but I understand if you dont want to do it..I wont be offended. :) sorry for all of the mispelled words..I wish we had spell check on here...lol
Elvis told his hairdresser that even though he sang a lot of Christian hymns, his own personal philosophy was embodied in The Voice of the Silence. He gave copies to many of his close friends. This painting is by my dear friend the San Francisco artist Kim Haueter. It is not as Buddhist as The Voice, but it definitely has Indian spiritually in it along with some pungent satire.
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