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The life of an ear of wheat – what an extraordinary adventure! It is cut down by human beings, tied up in sheaves, beaten, and sent to the mill to be

 
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The life of an ear of wheat – what an extraordinary adventure! It is cut down by human beings, tied up in sheaves, beaten, and sent to the mill to be
"The life of an ear of wheat – what an extraordinary adventure! It is cut down by human beings, tied up in sheaves, beaten, and sent to the mill to be ground by the millstone. When it has been reduced to flour, it is mixed with water and kneaded well, then put in the oven and cooked. And just when it thinks this series of ordeals is coming to an end, the knife cuts it in slices and the teeth of human beings chew it! It is good to meditate on the great teaching contained in the life of an ear of wheat, because the evolution of human beings unfolds in the same way. In the course of innumerable ordeals, they are cooked and processed until, like wheat, they finally become bread, nourishing and golden brown, ready to be offered in sacrifice for the salvation of humanity."

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Re: The life of an ear of wheat – what an extraordinary adventure! It is cut down by human beings, tied up in sheaves, beaten, and sent to the mill to be
John Barleycorn

There were three men come from the West
Their fortunes for to try,
And these three made a solemn vow:
"John Barleycorn must die."

They plowed, they sowed, they harrowed him in,
Threw clods upon his head,
'Til these three men were satisfied
John Barleycorn was dead.

They let him lie for a very long time,
'Til the rains from heaven did fall,
When little Sir John raised up his head
And so amazed them all.

They let him stand 'til Mid-Summer's Day
When he looked both pale and wan;
Then little Sir John grew a long, long beard
And so became a man.

They hired men with their scythes so sharp
To cut him off at the knee;
They rolled him and tied him around the waist,
And served him barbarously.

They hired men with their sharp pitchforks
To pierce him to the heart,
But the loader did serve him worse than that,
For he bound him to the cart.

They wheeled him 'round and around the field
'Til they came unto a barn,
And there they took a solemn oath
On poor John Barleycorn.

They hired men with their crab-tree sticks
To split him skin from bone,
But the miller did serve him worse than that,
For he ground him between two stones.

There's little Sir John in the nut-brown bowl,
And there's brandy in the glass,
And little Sir John in the nut-brown bowl
Proved the strongest man at last.

The huntsman cannot hunt the fox
Nor loudly blow his horn
And the tinker cannot mend his pots
Without John Barleycorn.

TRAFFIC
Yes, as through this world I've wandered
I've seen lots of funny men;
Some will rob you with a six-gun,
And some with a fountain pen.

And as through your life you travel,
Yes, as through your life you roam,
You won't never see an outlaw
Drive a family from their home.
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Re: The life of an ear of wheat – what an extraordinary adventure! It is cut down by human beings, tied up in sheaves, beaten, and sent to the mill to be
Love that song.

Linked in above post.

Traffic did some wonderful stuff and Blind Faith too - brings bakc some memories.

How about The Low Spark of High Heeled Boys.

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Re: The life of an ear of wheat – what an extraordinary adventure! It is cut down by human beings, tied up in sheaves, beaten, and sent to the mill to be
A boiled egg doesn't fare much better ...

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