hesiod: i have not really found a place divine postman that i can call home. i never stay quite long enough to make it home.
divine postman: i apologise once again I am not in love; my life does not accommodate family.
i believe in a bigger vision that the earth is my home. and my family is the whole of the human race.
hesiod: truly divine postman, the poet does not standstill. his duty is to write and live for the whole of man.
divine postman: he must show man a better way and liberate them with his voice.
it is not a crime to live for one’s dream. in my eyes a family, a home, a job is a selfish endeavour. what does not create community is a selfish endeavour.
hesiod: a household caters only for the interests of its members and ignores the poverty of the street child.
divine postman: a family is a cult hesiod. benefiting at the cost of another person. it does not believe in the universal good of man and stops with feeding their bellies.
hesiod: and so as it focuses on itself it will only reap self-indulgence.
divine postman: they aim low hesiod.
hesiod: and they will reap low friend.
divine postman: they do not dream big. they are rigid in their behaviour and fear what is different and in the end they lead a consrvative life.
hesiod: people never ask nature for what belongs to them. they never question what their parents tell them.
divine postman: it is only through exploring and conversing with many men and women that we begin to learn.
hesiod: it is only when we observe that we change.
divine postman: and observation begins with an awareness.
hesiod: let our world not be our family. it is not a sustainable means of living.
divine postman: the wide-eyed earth is enough to compensate for every loss.
hesiod: all men seek glory divine postman, yet few will to suffer.
divine postman: they settle hesiod and become trapped in their dogmas.
hesiod: it is a foolish life that they live. they create an illusion of comfort that they chase their whole lives.
divine postman: only to find that it is false.