Waking Up The Past

As I mostly drift through sleep and wakefulness, last night (I think it was) I thought it was time to pull something from the Past I had written about particular concepts of Time and Space.

It was over 5 years ago, when I was last in Greece, for an extended stay, and which incidentally, is when I began this blog.  It is my homage to The Greek Concept of Time and Space, written shortly my arrival on the scene, and, after a whole lot of twists and a whole lot sweat on an April day in Athens.
I will most likely delve into this lovely subject once again …

 
https://thingsthatnevermadeitintoprint.wordpress.com/2010/04/26/the-greek-concept-of-time-and-space%e2%80%94-revisited/

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The Hopeless Generation

That’s where they live.
Void of any meaning.
Totally numb to our problems living fleetingly from moment to moment, totally innocent. Totally Creative.
Total what?
Not suitable for war
Much too eccentric.
The most rebellious of women.
And men. Blazing trails into Space.
And really dumb.
And totally lovable creatures.
Dumb?
Who gives a fuck?
And guess what?

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Maybe not so dumb after all.

The Hopeless Generation

That’s where they live.
Void of any meaning.
Totally numb to our problems living fleetingly from moment to moment, totally innocent. Totally Creative.
Total what?
Not suitable for war
Much too eccentric.
The most rebellious of women.
And men. Blazing trails into Space.
And really dumb.
And totally lovable creatures.
Dumb?
Who gives a fuck?
And guess what?

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Maybe not so dumb after all.

When Women Ruled The World

Things were smooth.
Bright.
There was plenty of sunlight.
Everything grew and there were lots of flowers, wonderful fragrances, harmony.
And best of all a place where no one was afraid of the Dark.
Interestingly.
There was plenty of food.
No one was ever hungry.
And where Peace was observed as the Governing Philosophy of their society.
Thus.
Wars did not exist.
The satisfaction study shows great happiness and low illnesses occur
when Peace prevails.