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Published on Jul 6, 2010
"Everloving" is a touching great melody, wonderfully arranged and performed by Moby. It appears on his 1999-album "Play"; and it sounds in the soundtrack of the film "Any Given Sunday", from Oliver Stone, with Al Pacino and Cameron Diaz; but it is not on the official soundtrack album. This instrumental piece of music is so beautiful that it belongs and fits best to my little series of audio-video uploads.
I understand "Everloving" literally and in a broad sense. Love is: everlasting. Love is: loving the whole Nature, loving the Earth, the World. Love is: the strongest power of, and given by, the Creator/God/Nature. Love and Loving are the motor of the perpetuating Life. [Attention! Important: My first "Everloving" audio-video was considered scandalous and blamable because of three "naked pictures", and was removed. Alright. — So this is the second upload of my "Everloving" audio-video here on YouTube, now without pointing out the reason of our existence, say: certainly without explicit "naked" and sexual pix that mingled with the other images first. Sorry. But YouTube wants to be neutral ;:-›] And, on the top of it all, too, God gave us the muse!
Yes, "we are all made of stars" (song, and text, from Moby's 2002-album "18"), and we are all made by love and sex! So enjoy this audio-video ... and be everloving! / Love, Dhibannour