Post #129: Utopias Are For Fools

The difference between friendship and love is how much you can hurt each other

Dear Alice,

I’m troubled, yet again. I truly believe in the possibility of a utopia on earth. I spend my life fighting for it, testing it, attempting to prove that it exists. If I were to treat the earth as if it were already one, what would go wrong? I get slapped in the face, and then I move on.

Ever try? Ever fail?
No matter.
Try again. Fail again.
Fail better.
- Samuel Beckett

Call me crazy. Call me high. Call me tired. Don’t call me at all. Whatever. I give up. I give in. Thnks Fr Th Mmrs, even if they weren’t so great. :)

Back to business, I’m going to have a show some time in March. I believe March 9th is the date that’s been suggested. We’ll see.

David =B~)

P.S. I went to a Canadian Citizenship party tonight, for an old co-worker, out in Etobicoke. It was fascinating, hanging out with my old team. They all had so many questions…. I wish that I had more questions for them, because I am interested in what they were up to. Luckily, the VP is a talker, and I got to chat with him properly, finally, now that I’m not his employee anymore. All in all, good times were had, and now I’m gone to bed. G’night!

3 Responses to “Post #129: Utopias Are For Fools”

  1. Adam Says:

    I believe in the possibility of creating a utopia, but I do not believe that any such place exists or has ever existed but for the fevered imaginations of dreamers, poets, and prophets.

    But I’ll help you build one, if you want.

  2. admin Says:

    Agreed. I believe that a utopia can evolve from a dystopia. It just takes a lot of patience.

    We can definitely trade ideas. The better you know me, the more you can help! :D

    I figure the end result is that we’ll all wander the earth in our own mental constructs of utopia, while experiencing congruous versions of the world all the same.

  3. Sasha Says:

    What VP is that, Superman? :P

    Did you get my voicemail?

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