søndag, maj 07, 2006

 
Signals of distress is flaring all over Denmark these days, but nobody sees them. Nobody want to - they close their eyes and presume things will change. And sure, they will. But never to what it once was. Things never do that. The very same water molecule that runs in a river today might come back in the same river in some million years (if it's still there), but it will hardly be accompanied by the other very same molecules it was then.
Everything changes, a natural law they resists in Denmark, because they don't know it's natural, furiously fighting their windmills.

Another thing they don't know either, is no matter how much you resist change, things will change anyway. The really scary part is, then things will change them - and very seldom anything better comes out of a forced, unrecognized change.

That's why we gotta fight everyday for a lot more than just our belly-buttons.


"My ship's been split to splinters and it's sinking fast / I'm drowning in the poison, got no future got no past /But my heart is not weary, it's light and it's free / I've got nothing but affection for those who sailed with me /Everybody is moving, if they aint already there / Everybody got to move somewhere /Stick with me baby, stick with me anyhow / I know that things is gonna change right about now /My clothes are wet, tight on my skin / But not as tight as the corner I've painted myself in /The future it is endless, cold as clay / You can always come back, but you can't come back all the way / Only one thing I did wrong / Stayed in Missisippi a day too long." (Bob Dylan)
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