imagesOrson Welles once said that “if you want a happy ending, that depends, of course, on where you stop your story”.

What does that mean? How do you know when to stop the story? When are you happy enough to stop it?

Pádraig today had his biggest smile for a long time when Maria was talking to him. He so enjoyed listening to her talking about people, music, and life. How much he enjoys life. Normality.

Otherwise, all was quiet today. A normal day. For Pádraig. Eating. Drinking. Breathing. Going out. In the rain.

The new year has started. I am still planning. Wondering where the year will take us. Is it worth planning? Certainly not for a year.

But Socrates had a point – you could loose a lot of time fighting what exists when you’d be much better of building the new. An Saol on the Dreamboat. In 2015.

We won’t stop the story here. We’ll hang in. For the happy ending.

Today’s German Music Tip
Ulla Meinecke – Junimond (Abschied von Rio Reiser)
Rio Reiser was the singer of the German rock band ‘Ton, Steine, Scherben’, and died at age 46 in 1996.
What’s hot
Happy
What’s cold
Ending
The German word/phrase/verse of the day

Keine Macht für Niemand!