dali48 and studying and playing chess and stopping smoking in the 70s...
06.03.2008 - Interpretation of dali48
At an early stage Seifert came into contact with contemporary European modernism, especially with French surrealism and dadaism... - In short all those who live, happy or unhappy, a life that is an adventure and an experience - but not one of oppression in accordance to a party programme. Human beeings are the ones who create society. The State is there for the people and not vice versa. There is an element of anarchy in Seifert's philosophy of life - a protest against everything that cuts down life's possibilities and reduces human beings to cogs in some machine... - But during the 1930's and 1940's the horizon darkened. Economic and political reality proved unable to live up to the rosy dreams... - He has signed Charta 77... (J. Seifert, Presentation Sp. 1984)
His scientific intellect believes in the possibility of miracles inside a black hole while his religious intellect believes in them outside it. Both, in fact, now believe in miracles, "credimus quia absurdum est"... - But at midnight perhaps, when the clock strikes and another year has passed he may occasionally brood on the disadvantages of age rather than the advantages... - King David and King Solomon / Led merry, merry lives / With many, many lady friends / And many, many wives / But when old age crept over them / With many, many qualms / King Solomon wrote the Proverbs / And King David wrote the Psalms... - Indeed, small can be beautiful... (W. Golding, Nobel L. 1983)
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09/22/2011 - Interview with Author dali48 on Google +