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Wednesday, January 28, 2015

United by which keep us apart .. the world is paradoxically sectioned

The world is divided between those who.... 
     .........   and those who do not.  
                      (but queerly not evenly, not even by a narrow margin) 

 a/.....   think with their head,
                         and those who know with their heart..
 b/.....   live to ‪#‎travel‬ and those who travel to live.
c/ .....   have had sex, and
                                  those prepared to give it another try;  
 d/ .....   run “wired” and those who run “free”
 
e/ .....   ask for freedom to do what we are forced to do
                             and those who force mind-slaves to love freedom 
e/ .....  say “uh” and those who say “um.” in their tweets.


          The Divided World

This story is gratiously taken from  Owen Marshall  -webpage.


  1.  The world is divided between those who laugh on the inward, and those on the outward breath; 
  2. between those who say "at this point in time", and those who say that "it does appear to be the case. 
  3. "The world is divided between the superstitious, and the unimaginative; 
  4. between those who have witnessed Bjorn Borg's top-spin, and those who have lost the chance; 
  5. between the exemplary and the few of us who are left. 
  6. The world is divided into those who appreciate Jane Austen, and fools. 
  7. The world is divided between the apathy of ignorant youth, and the despair of incorrigible old age. 
  8. The world is divided between those who blame Lucifer, and those who blame a lack of dietary fibre;
  9.            between mediocrity and its own evolution; 
  10. The world is divided between those who say they adore the country and never go there, and those who say they hate the city and never leave it. 
  11. The world is divided between those we betray, and those who betray us; 
  12. between those who wake in the darkness with tears, and those too drugged to dream; 
  13. The world is divided between those who realise their own value, and those who think they may still amount to something;
  14. between those who prefer quiz shows, and those who still await their frontal lobotomy; 
  15. between the old which has lost its edge, and the new which has not been tested; 
  16. between indecision and hypocrisy, 
  17. between feeble vacillation and energetic error; 
  18. The world is divided between the meek who will inherit the earth, and the strong who will dispossess them of it; 
  19. between those who believe that they are essentially alone, and those who will be convinced with time; 
  20. between those who help others, and those prepared to let nature take their course.
  21. The world is divided between those who can roll their tongues, and those with more archaic genes. 
  22. The world is divided between those who try themselves, and those who seek a less corrupt judge. 
  23. The world is divided between those who are tolerant and wise, and their husbands. 
  24. The world is divided between those in authority and those resentful of it;  
  25. The world is divided between those people whose character is known, and those from whom something may still be expected. 
  26. between professed intentions, and the things we would wish undone; 
  27. between nostalgic falsehood, and anticipatory regret;
  28. between dreams of avarice, and visions of self-esteem. 
  29. The world is divided between the vices of free will, and the virtues of necessity; 
  30. between Tyrannosaurus Rex, and civilised marriages;
  31. The world is divided between those who accept the division, and those who instigated it; 
  32. between those who see, and those who understand; between confiding voluble people, and those we wish to know;
  33. between those on the inside looking out, and those on the outside looking in. 
  34. The world is divided between men who despise others for being what they are, and women who despise them for what they are not.
  35. The world is divided between those anxious concerning the physical, and those in terror of the mind; 
  36. between idlers, and those who work hard all their lives to be able to do nothing when they die. 
  37. The world is divided between the few now and the great majority on the other side, 
  38. The world is divided above all, while we sleep, beneath our noses, and before we notice. 

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