Sunday, March 28, 2010

Good Enough

The sun is beginnin' to shine on me /But it's not like the sun that used to be/ The party's over and there's less and less to say /I got new eyes, everything looks far away./ Well, my heart's in the highlands at the break of day / Over the hills and far away/ There's a way to get there and I'll figure it out somehow/ Well, I'm already there in my mind, and that's good enough for now.

Bob Dylan


  1. To have awareness means to have not safety.

    De Chirico, Alberto Savinio or Arnold Böcklin would have been able to paint this image.

    We will figure out a way back to allegory one day.

  2. This is probably one of only three Dylan´s text passages I payed attention to ever since. He still is a mystery for me. What is he describing now? Serenity of age?

  3. A particularly strong and successful way of
    Visualization. At the beginning practicing is not easy, but then it is very successful ...

  4. The older (and wiser) I get, the less I'm interested in my earlier life's goals. A new sense of humility finds me in silent joy over my spirit's unlimited possibilities, now and beyond this lifetime. This awareness alone assures me that everything will be alright...

    (My interpretation of Dylan's words)