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Cogs can think.

I'm a mere, tiny, insignificant cog in a whole clockwork of stupidity.
The little cog that wanted to break free, I am.

In Memoriam

At 2nd april 2005, at 21:37 CET, Pope John Paul II passed away due to the complications of age and the strain of medical treatment. May he rest in peace, and my thoughts are with the millions of people around the world who feel this loss very deeply. I myself may be agnostic, but I stil have the decency in me to respect what the Pope and his followers stood/stand for.

The Church is not without its flaws, (which are highlighted as much as possible here in this "We-know-everything-better-and-we-give-fcuk-all-about-others"-country I live in), but I truly believe, no, I know that John Paul II and his staff are good people, only wishing to do good to the world, in the way they deem best. I have nothing but respect for the thousands of people working hard to make the world a better place in the name of the Church.

My deepest condoleances.

Reason To Believe

Seen a man standin' over a dead dog lyin' by the highway in a ditch
He's lookin' down kinda puzzled pokin' that dog with a stick
Got his car door flung open he's standin' out on Highway 31
Like if he stood there long enough that dog'd get up and run
Struck me kinda funny seem kinda funny sir to me
At the end of every hard earned day people find some reason to believe

Now Mary Lou loved Johnny with a love mean and true
She said "Baby I'll work for you every day and bring my money home to you"
One day he up and left her and ever since that
She waits down at the end of that dirt road for young Johnny to come back
Struck me kinda funny seemed kind of funny sir to me
How at the end of every hard earned day people find some reason to believe

Take a baby to the river Kyle William they called him
Wash the baby in the water take away little Kyle's sin
In a whitewash shotgun shack an old man passes away
Take his body to the graveyard and over him they pray
Lord won't you tell us tell us what does it mean
Still at the end of every hard earned day people find some reason to believe

Congregation gathers down by the riverside
Preacher stands with his Bible groom stands waitin' for his bride
Congregation gone and the sun sets behind a weepin' willow tree
Groom stands alone and watches the river rush on so effortlessly
Lord and he's wonderin' where can his baby be
Still at the end of every hard earned day people find some reason to believe

(c) 1982 Bruce Springsteen
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