In a hateful and violent world, should the hippie movement be revived to spread love and peace?
- 1 month agoFavorite Answer
The hippie generation was all about love and peace and NO WORK, just a lazy set of people who was always high as the sky.
- daylily61Lv 61 month ago
Not if means glorifying weed, LSD, heroin, methamphetamines, cocaine, barbiturates, PCP, alcohol or any other mind-altering substance.
But if you can revive the hippie movement WITHOUT drugs, then it's not a bad idea.
- .Lv 71 month ago
No, we have nothing in common.
The fake commonality doesn't benefit us, but only promotes fifth columnists.
We are children of light in a world of darkness and so we shouldn't accept fakery or false steps in love.
Play it by ear, the world hates Jesus, so don't fall for the popular slogans.
People who have nothing in common with each other often fall for the slogans of: "we are one"; "we are all love"; and "love everyone indiscriminately".
These may actually be traps to destroy true-light beings.
We don't need any more "children's crusades" where the children are merely cannon fodder.
- DerekLv 51 month ago
Don't you mean spread syphilis and gonorrhoea and dirty needles and alcoholism? That's what the 60s did. I should know. I lived through it. Aghast at the utter selfishness and indolence of those stroppy youths. But this time around, they're going to spread Covid-19 as well.
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- AaronLv 71 month ago
Yes. Wished i had lived in the 1960s. Looked really cool in vids, and the music. I think I would have been a hippie.Source(s): Peace, love, and Ghandi.
- FireballLv 71 month ago
NO it is gone now.
- Christian SinnerLv 71 month ago
There would be opposition, but a Hippie might not care. You will get a chance to defend what people tend to call Hedonism.
- 1 month ago
People are and can still be hippies to this day. Its just a matter of choice.