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I wish I was a fisherman
Tumblin’ on the seas
Far away from dry land
And its bitter memories
[Fisherman’s Blues, The Waterboys]
Letter to a Stranger Whatever you do,Wherever you roam,Whoever you touch,However brief the smile,You’ll always leave a part of yourself behind,Since people, places and momentsGrow a memory of their own. Through the silent stroke of your presence,You keep changing my existence,By little or by much,Forever. I wrote the Letter to a Stranger a long time…Details
I miss the ocean. I miss the sound of waves out my window and the silent presence of an infinity of water at my back door. I miss the familiar vibration of a boat’s hull slicing through calm seas, and the hum of engines, and the crackling of the radio. I miss looking up at…Details
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Stalling was relatively straightforward. Things were even, ample warning was given and our senses weren’t really that bothered.
In comes the spin. Since in life things are rarely balanced, one wing is going to stall before the other. Angle of attack is probably high; we’re living slowly and climbing, pushing the envelope. Maybe we also try to change direction while fighting our way up. All of a sudden, one area of our life is going to spin out of control while the others are still generating lift, thus causing great imbalance in the Force and ultimately leading to the Dark Side. Chaos.
As previously mentioned, the wing that stops flying, falls. The other one, however, tends to keep a sound aerodynamic profile a little while longer and tries to keep the plane in the air. But the lift generated is massively concentrated on one side and suddenly the plane wants to rotate around its vertical axis as the flying wing attempts to fly around the falling one.
Our life plunges into a downward corkscrew motion, everything becomes blurry and our normal references are lost.Details