When I'm Sixty-Four
© Paul Saltzman

When I'm Sixty-Four

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By Paul Saltzman
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Ringo sits in a wooden chair wearing a kurta, red-and-black striped trousers and garlands of flowers around his neck. According to Paul Saltzman, of all the Beatles Ringo was the least interested in the meditative practices the group were engaging in. This may have been because, as Paul hypothesizes, Ringo was already incredibly grounded within himself, and he didn't need extra practices to bring him self-awareness.

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When I'm Sixty-Four
When I'm Sixty-Four