turning tides

This vid, sent by a Swedish web friend, reminds me of a place I used to hang out (where local indie bands played on, then) at my own city, some 20 yrs ago, a spot that no longer exists… Sorta ‘lost in time & space’, maybe away in some ´parallel universe’.

Thanks, Karl 🙂

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card castles

According to what The Who’s Pete Townshend reviewed about Kurt Cobain’s ‘Journals’, seems that the book in question might have somehow anticipated the current, say, ego-ish spirit (oni)present in the so-called World Wide Web, nowadays. To mention one aspect of a whole matter.

And this is NOT necessarily a compliment to Mr. Cobain’s ‘legacy’.

Besides, and to some extent, Mr. Townshend speaks for all those who, to the eye of the ambitiously perverse youth (and to the media industry as well), become ‘old’, ‘a bore’ and ‘conventional’.

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one of these days…

Perhaps the real ‘megalomaniac’ are those who just cannot see the beauty in small things, apparently insignificant to most people, in every day.

Perhaps this is a way in helping to understand Saint Thérèse of Lisieux’s ‘petite voie’, as a tiny example… And that’s certainly because she was misunderstood in life, which happens to everyone who sees things that others don’t see, through the ages.

What must be stressed here is that this comment does not intend to be religious-oriented, nor to stimulate any religious ‘feats’. It came just by observing things, and having recent experiences as well.

Hence, it doesn’t really matter of being religious, agnostic or atheistic, provided there is sincere beliefs and a true respect to differences – whatever path is chosen.


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