If this was ever true then their current situation must be pure fear:
“I have known uncertainty: a state unknown to the Greeks.”
~Jorge Luis Borges
I think this is closer to the truth when it comes to Greece:
Greece isn’t a democracy now it’s run through a troika – three foreign officials that fly into Athens airport and tell the Greeks what they can and can’t do.
ONE song, America, before I go,
I’d sing, o’er all the rest, with trumpet sound,
For thee–the Future.
I’d sow a seed for thee of endless Nationality;
I’d fashion thy Ensemble, including Body and Soul;
I’d show, away ahead, thy real Union, and how it may be accomplish’d.
(The paths to the House I seek to make,
But leave to those to come, the House itself.)
Belief I sing–and Preparation;
As Life and Nature are not great with reference to the Present
But greater still from what is yet to come,
Out of that formula for Thee I sing.
One Song, America, Before I Go
Lets get in a Canadian kind of of mood and celebrate our neighbors to the the north 148th.
“Love shook my heart
Like the wind on the mountain
rushing over the oak trees.”
As we all know, hatred and ignorance make the perfect marriage for small minds. We call it a decades old battle for same-sex marriage equality–but the battle will never be over but this week a huge win has graced the nation, so it’s time to celebrate.
Mark, Boy In Boycott, I wish you could have been here to celebrate ( and see me post DISCO, #^$%$) BUT WE’LL DO IT FOR YOU!