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great topic, but strayed a little in the middle there into really technical (OMG) discussions, don't cha think OjZoZhYn12.03.48 and Scapegoat ~ whoa...where'd THAT come from?

i am not sure myself, but whomever said ozzy is searching ... and that there are other religions based on God (judaism and muslim)...that's a good point.

in I Don't Want to Stop it says "too many religions but only one God..." which is a monotheistic perspective. whether the Ozzman wrote those particular words or not, i don't believe he'd sing them if it were something he really felt at odds with. 3 main religions are monotheistic - Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.

when seeing the video of his restatement vows of marriage to Sharon, i get the impression that he still very much seeks spirituality and blessings, and took the matter of his vows seriously. he was very moved by the ceremony, you can see that (OMG! and why do i love this man?)

the person marrying them again seemed to be from judaism - or some morph of judeo-christian faith.

seems to me (and what do i know lol) Ozzy would reflect on teachings of Jesus, Ghandi, and other spiritual (even ordinary Pay it Forward) people as they have entered his life. maybe not so much in his past as he would today, because of the sobriety factor. but at no time do i get close-minded or atheistic or satanist at all.

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I can't seem to see you baby ... although my eyes are open wide ... but I know I'll see you once more ... when I see you, I'll see you on the other side