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Boy of summer finds the time for life's harmonies
by Diane Wright
The Seattle Times Translate This Article
24 September 2007
On 24 September 2007 The Seattle Times reported:
Musician Mike Love credits the longevity of his career as lead singer of the Beach Boys to his practice of Transcendental Meditation.
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Love, 66, is an original member of the singing group, which won the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award in 2001.
The article stated, 'Love credits Transcendental Meditation (TM) with being a beacon of stability in a long and sometimes tumultuous career. He [learned the practice] in 1967 after a UNICEF concert in Paris.'
Love was quoted as saying, 'A couple days later, we were invited to learn TM from the Maharishi himself. It was the most incredible experience in my life. I don't think I'd be alive were it not for TM. All the pitfalls for so many entertainers.... I felt so good practicing TM; the way it makes you feel. When I first learned TM, I felt more profoundly relaxed than I ever did in my life.'
Besides singing the traditional Beach Boys songs, Love likes to 'slip in personal favorites like 'All This is That', inspired by the Hindu Vedas,' the article stated.
Love also created the Love Foundation, which supports the environment and education.
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