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Monday, November 13, 2006

You gotta have a dream ...

People get fooled into giving up many things. Reason; Liberty; Life.

Even dreams.

No one can steal your dreams. What they can do is to threaten to steal them. And you, afraid of losing the only thing that is yours and yours alone, stay awake to guard them --- thereby losing all dreams.
Happy talk, keep talking happy talk,
Talk about the things you like to do;
You gotta have a dream,
If you don't have a dream,
How you gonna have a dream come true?

[from: South Pacific - The Broadway Musical]
What brought about this thought?

Listening to Martin Luther King's recording this morning, delivering one of the finest world-changing speeches of all time on my Worldspace Satellite Radio ... a really worthwhile investment (and, by the way, the best place to buy the radios in this region is probably India.) My life's centred around 24/7 Jazz and Western/Eastern Classical Music. You can take your own pick. What a program selection their subscription service offers!



Anonymous Damien Washburn said...

A post talking of MLK in way out Pakistan. Wow. Peace, brother.

13 November, 2006 22:43

Blogger Zakintosh said...

We ain't 'WAY OUT' for nuthin', folks!

13 November, 2006 22:46

Blogger Sidhusaaheb said...

We South Asians happen to know a lot more about Europeans and North Americans than they know about us, it seems to me.


I'm waiting for the prices to come down just a little bit more, before getting a World Space receiver...

14 November, 2006 15:02

Anonymous Andrew Lei Shan said...

Led to this blog while looking for something very different. Good stuff. Will read archives soon. Sidhusahaeb, you can buy a small portable Worldspace unit for under $50 in Singapore. Is that expensive or cheap by the standards of wherever you live? Just wanted to have an idea of prices of things in the region. Also, what does a packet of Marlboro cost? Or a can of Coke?

14 November, 2006 15:21

Blogger sabizak said... washburn....your rather naive comment and wondefully Dickensian name are so tempting, but I think I'll refrain.

14 November, 2006 20:22


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