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  • Yoko Ono 🌳💚🌏 @yokoono
  • I love you, Earth, you are beautiful I love the way you are. I know I never said it to you But I wanna say it now I love you, I love you I love you, Earth.

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  • Twitter歴: 4529日 (2008/11/28より)    ä¸€æ—¥ã®å¹³å‡ãƒ„イート数 1.8つぶやき
Yoko Ono 🌳💚🌏のカレンダー形式ツイート履歴
  • 03/27(土)
  • 2 tweets
  • 18時
  • 1 tweets
  1. normwilner

    3月27日

    If you haven't read this week's @nowtoronto40 At 40, here it is: @jean_yoontalks to @glennsumiabout her 2000 cover appearance for THE YOKO ONO PROJECT, the end of KIM'S CONVENIENCE and much, much more. It's really something. nowtoronto.com/culture/stage/…
         

  • 03時
  • 1 tweets
  1. yokoono

    3月27日

    Yoko Ono, Parts of a Lighthouse, 1966/2016 MAC de Lyon, 2016 pic.twitter.com/bsdEXFO4sQ
         

     
  • 03/26(金)
  • 19 tweets
  • 23時
  • 18 tweets
  1. yokoono

    3月26日

    17 Let us wake up, come together, and work on cleaning and healing our planet, instead of further destroying it. Let’s not waste one more day in creating a machinery of destruction. Give us a chance. On behalf of ourselves and all species on earth. We can do it. We must.
         

  2. yokoono

    3月26日

    18 A dream you dream alone is only a dream. A dream you dream together is reality. IMAGINE PEACE. I love you. Yoko Ono Lennon
         

  3. yokoono

    3月26日

    16 This beautiful world of ours can still survive and survive well, if we focus our minds and actions in cleaning it up instead of poisoning & destroying it further. It’s clean-up time as @JohnLennonsaid. It's not too late. It cannot be. We must give this planet one more chance.
         

  4. yokoono

    3月26日

    15 I wake up in the morning and see the blue sky and the birds singing in the park. Every day, I am thankful for being alive. I enjoy the life on this planet, immensely, and the culture and the civilization we, humans have created in the course of many, many centuries.
         

  5. yokoono

    3月26日

    14 Since the world is one body, we cannot drop a bomb far enough from ourselves to not get affected by its consequence. In fact, if we drop a bomb anywhere, we are dropping it on ourselves.
         

  6. yokoono

    3月26日

    13 Why make it even harder for this planet by continuing to increase the production of the most dangerous weapon known to us? Are we doing this to use the bomb? If we are, we must be crazy.
         

  7. yokoono

    3月26日

    12 Many of my friends, young and old, are now suffering from physical deterioration and mental depression. It seems that we are polluting and killing ourselves before anybody drops a bomb on us.
         

  8. yokoono

    3月26日

    10 Each time we breathe air, we are polluting our bodies. They have discovered pesticides and poisons in meat, fish, vegetables and fruit, and our mothers milk. The current condition of our environment is already challenging our immune system to it’s limits.
         

  9. yokoono

    3月26日

    11 Nuclear Power can be very dangerous, even when it’s used as pure energy, supposedly, in a contained form. Remember Chernobyl, our Three Mile Island and Nevada Nuclear Test Site and how the world is still being affected by them.
         

  10. yokoono

    3月26日

    9 From the heavy usage of various chemicals and pesticides and with the radio active dust and rain from nuclear tests sites, our land is polluted, our rivers, lakes and oceans are polluted, and even our air is seriously polluted.
         

  11. yokoono

    3月26日

    8 If we want to see this planet survive, NO MORE HIROSHIMA OR NAGASAKI is a necessary wake up call for all of us. We are already living in strange times without adding the threat of a Nuclear War.
         

  12. yokoono

    3月26日

    6 In fact, their long and excruciatingly painful journey had begun then and is still continuing to this day over half a century later. It is a suffering of a lifetime & more. In fact it affected all of us on this planet. Nuclear damage does not disappear. It circulates and stays.
         

  13. yokoono

    3月26日

    7 The Hibakushas have bravely and wisely turned their experience into a warning to the world by saying: NO MORE HIROSHIMA OR NAGASAKI. There has not been a time when this warning has been so important as it is now.
         

  14. yokoono

    3月26日

    5 When I was twelve years old, in 1945, the cities of Hiroshima, Nagasaki and their people were devastated by the Atomic Bomb. The war was pretty much at the end by then. But the unbearable sufferings of the Hibakushas did not end there.
         

  15. yokoono

    3月26日

    4 Those experiences of the early days cast a long shadow in my life. More than half a century later, I still have a hard time throwing away empty paper bags and plastic containers. My children think that’s quirky. Well, it must be.
         

  16. yokoono

    3月26日

    3 Eventually, we, children, were evacuated to the country. The food was scarce. I remember we were always hungry. It was not just food. There was a shortage of everything, even toilet paper. So we managed with what we had and became rather inventive.
         

  17. yokoono

    3月26日

    2 I was in Tokyo during the Second World War. In the middle of the night, we were woken up to go down into the shelter while the B29s firebombed our city. It was frightening to see fire burning down the houses around us.
         

  18. yokoono

    3月26日

    AS A CHILD OF ASIA - A thread. 1/18. 1 As a child of Asia, as a citizen of the global village, and as a woman of the species, I am concerned for the welfare of our planet. pic.twitter.com/XQz7RsaHoP
         

     
  • 03時
  • 1 tweets
  1. yokoono

    3月26日

    ONOCHORD, 2003 Send the ONOCHORD message: I LOVE YOU by repeatedly blinking the light in the frequencies and durations required for the message. The message I LOVE YOU in ONOCHORD is: I i LOVE ii YOU iii I love you ! youtube.com/watch?v=y4m7qf…
         

  • 03/25(木)
  • 2 tweets
  • 21時
  • 1 tweets
  1. yokoono

     
  • 03時
  • 1 tweets
  1. yokoono

    3月25日

    MORNING BEAMS, 1996/2014 Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao, Spain, 14 March 2014 The Morning Beams: It reminds me of the most delicate piano strings making silent music... yoko pic.twitter.com/Bcx7oVrmpN
         

     
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