Centrul nu mai rezista

Tari si locuri spre care in trecut oameni nefericiti priveau cu speranta, ca spre niste faruri ale mantuirii pamantesti, au ajuns intr-o stare deplorabila si se indreapta spre situatii mai rele.
Asa ca, in lipsa unor astfel de faruri, dezordinea este acceptata ca o stare obisnuita sau normala si astfel haosul pune stapanire pe omenire.
Pana cand va fi oprit.

Countries and places towards whom unfortunate people used to look full of hope like towards some beacons of earthly redemption, have gotten in a deplorable state and head to even more dreadful situations.
So that, lacking such beacons, disorder is being accepted like a common or normal state and as such chaos gets a hold on humankind.
Until it is stopped.

Din poezia “The Second Coming” (“A Doua Venire”), scrisa in anul 1919 de William Butler Yeats:

“Turning and turning in the widening gyre
The falcon cannot hear the falconer;
Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold;
Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world,
The blood-dimmed tide is loosed, and everywhere
The ceremony of innocence is drowned;
The best lack all conviction, while the worst
Are full of passionate intensity. […]”

“Tot invartindu-se in vartejul tot mai larg
Soimul vanator nu-l mai poate auzi pe stapanul sau;
Lucrurile se destrama; centrul nu mai poate sa reziste;
Anarhia este dezlantuita asupra lumii,
Valul colorat de sange este eliberat, iar pretutindeni
Ceremonia nevinovatiei este inecata;
Celor mai buni le lipseste hotararea, dar cei mai rai
Sunt plini de inversunare pasionala.[…]”

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