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The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana i llu i Entertainment September 6, 1991 i On the Becord By CHARLIE MARTIN NC News Smwicc Columnist to 9 LOVE AND UNDERSTANDING Here, here in this world/Where do we go/Where can we turn/When we need some love?/It seems, Sung by: Cher Copyright {c} 1991 by the David Geffen Co. It is easy to agree with CheFs latest hit. "Love spend far less on the instruments of death and more on extending the quality of life for all citi- zens. Finally, the power of the human heart to race that we are in/We got enough cars to drive sound the world/Enough planes to take us any- where/We have more than enough/There is one .tiling that/There,s just not enough of REFRAIN: Not. enough love and understanding/We a whole world bright E erywhere in creahon we are, daughters or sons of the Father. Conse uent- could use some love/To ease these trou. find an abundance of what we need, q bled times/Not enough love and under- Unfortunately, only within human hearts is a person acts. standing/Why, O why? deficiency found. How would our world on is as a human being, would be We spend all of our time/Building buildings up to had an abundance of love and understanding the skyfReachingeverywhere but where/We need to The differences would be many. Let's use our . Mistakes would still occur, but they would reach most/Our hem'ts can never win/Fhis race, the imaginations to bring the dream closer to reality, be used as opportunities to learn and find differ- REPEAT REFRAIN TWICE. hearts to REPEAT REFRAIN. First, the use of violence would be significant- ly reduced. One cannot simultaneously be loving and violent toward another. The lessening of violence does not mean that individuals or nations would n flicts. Rather, given more love and conflict would not lead to the physical or emotion- al harm of others. Instead, our society would insist and understanding in your life, in our world? I on finding a non- violent resolution to Second, more generousl Our priority would become the reduction of human suffering, no matter where it is ent ways of behaving. Surely, what I write here has been said marly times before, and perhaps said best in the words )irits and our world to restate the dream. - Now it is our turn. Do you want more love What will you do? (Your comments, are always Chimp, dinosaurs focus of two cable programs Catholic News Service reviewers recommend the following cable TV programs. "People of the Forest," Sept. 8, Discovery. For over 20 years, Hugo van Lawick has been i)bo- tographing a chimpanzee family living in the jungles of Tanzania. The results mav be seen in "People of the Forest: The Chimps of Gombe," airing Sunday, Sept. 8, 9-11 p.m. EDT on the Discovery cable channel. The focus is on a 5-year-old female chimp who over the course of the documentary grows up to become the mother of three. She is called Fifi by Van Lawick, who has given names to all of the chimps in the group that make up her ex- tended family. Van Lawick's narration de- scribes the chimps in hunmn terms, perfectly understand- al)le for someone who has spent so much time in their company. And, indeed, some of the chimps prove more personable than others. What is more impressive, however, is the wildlife pho- tography that has recorded the behavioral patterns of (:himps in their natural habi- tat over the years. How fragile that environ- ment is is brought home when a polio epidemic deci- mates the group and, at the end of the fihn, when settlers begin moving into the area. One doesn't have to be a naturalist to appreciate these pictures showing the wild beauty of the jungle and the harmony of predator and prey. It is a program for anyone with the slightest interest in nature, though small children may be unprepared for the scene of a chimp killing and eating a baboon. "The Tale of a Tooth," Sept. 8, A&E. Walter Cronkite serves as host/narrator of the four-part series "Dinosaur!" The first part, "The Tale of a Tooth," premieres Sunday, Sept. 8, 8- 9 p.m. EDT on the Arts and Entertainment cable channel. Parts 2, 3 and 4, "The Tale of a Bone," "The Tale of an Egg," and "The Tale of a Feather," air 8-9 p.m. EDT Monday- Wednesday, rc, spec- tively. The first program is devoted to "the small band of brilliant detectives" who in. the early 19th century first discovered the existence of the dinosaurs. Indeed, the story begins with the discovery of a gigan- tic tooth in England in 1817. From a comparison of the tooth to that of existing species of lizards, scientists were able to deduce the body size and frame of a creature they had never seen. How accurate they were was shown when the first complete dinosaur skeleton was discovered in a Belgian coal mine in 1878. For example, we meet spe- cial-effects expert Ray Harry- hausen, who explains how his models are based upon scientific research. Perhaps most distinctive are the realistic life-size di- nosaur models, some of which are fully animated to depict how the various species of dinosaurs liwM. This series looks interest- ing, informative and, because of the vivid dramatizations, entertaining. The result is un- usually fine family fare. St. Mary's Church -- Ireland, Ind. PICNIC Sunday, September 8th GRAND PRIZE: 7 nights in Hawaii for 4 people. Airfare, Accommodations and Transportation Included. 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