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A serious music insight by Gary Moore’s “Separate Ways” reminds me some feelings are hard to shake. It’s a kind of magic, only one: World War 2.

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There’s a feeling I just can’t shake. Is it making the same mistakes again? It’s a good question because, at the moment, it’s hard to move. It’s a kind of coma, sponsored by a wild thing (makes my heart sing).

World War II (often abbreviated to WWII or WW2), also known as the Second World War, was a global war that lasted from 1939 to 1945, although conflicts reflecting the ideological clash between what would become the Allied and Axis blocs began earlier.

It was the most global war in history; it directly involved more than 100 million people from over 30 countries. In a state of total war, the major participants threw their entire economic, industrial, and scientific capabilities behind the war effort, blurring the distinction between civilian and military resources.

This Is The Best Explanation I Have

World War II was the deadliest conflict in human history, marked by 50 to 85 million fatalities, most of which were civilians in the Soviet Union and China. It included massacres, the genocide of the Holocaust, strategic bombing, premeditated death from starvation and disease and the only use of nuclear weapons in war.

When someone used a drug called isotretinoin on me, I knew I had to leave them. It’s a former chemotherapy recycled in an acne vulgaris drug. And I was the only one in the neighborhood to experience such an atomic bomb on my skin.

The heart knows the difference between a good environment and a bad one. The simple fact that I don’t have any money today (after winning like 60,000 euros at age 31) makes me wonder if, in the long run, the main problem is money.

Feelings That Won’t Go Away

San Francisco in California is trying to speak. Only the music is real, the rest is seeming. If you want to have loyal persons with you, how can you reward them? Is punishment an option?

Most of the time, people will give money to retain the people that are important to them. But is it the only way to show some loyalty? Some will say it was invented to ease exchanges.

But the price is much too expensive to go on like that. At the moment, I can’t find a sweet spot between merit and effort. The only sweet spot I can think of is avoiding severity and cruelty.

So many souls are on my mind and I wonder who thinks of me at the moment.

Who wants to talk about the sacred and the profane, the pleasure and the pain? Every victory has a taste that’s bittersweet.

Nobody Knows The Truth From The Lies

Some will say I am a scandal on two legs. Some will say WW2 was a bad case of moral bankruptcy and blurred lines. The truth is usually simple: jealous minds. Always trying to tell you all that they see.

I have a hard time controlling my jealous mind at the moment. I got good reasons to do so because using an atomic bomb in order to get rid of a few skin problems is close to sabotaging.

We know the Syrians like chemical weapons. The probability that they found an opportunity in my appointment with a dermatologist without being noticed is high. I will confess: yes, I caught the Nazis in the act.

When you catch someone in the act, it’s no wonder you should report him or her.

It depends on what kind of act. The dangerous games the police plays with thieves reminds me that life is not a joke. A job is the key that opens the door to society.

Where Did We Go Wrong Exactly?

The toxic artwork of WW2, in the long run, will leave us no choice but to speed our discovery of another exoplanet. With WW2, one can wonder if you should trash everything or rewrite.

That kind of magic is close to witchcraft. And we know witchcraft is the brand of old people. I know, I know, we’re going to feel the cold. Is it a reason to teach young people this way?

I don’t mind a little pain but I’m telling a story here. It’s based on the music of the last 75 years. I’m sorry, I’m a talented musician and my job is to exorcise WW2 with music.

Oh wait, we got Dire Straits and many more artists that worked hard since 1945.

We created monsters because they have a hard time choosing between old and young people. Time for them is nothing because they’re kind of no age.

In Other Words, 90% Of Humanity Is Stuck

As a conclusion, I think the mistake we made was thinking that WW2 wasn’t a dangerous precedent. It reveals something about us, humans. How come people aged 14 managed to take the power back?

I drive a car and when I drive, I feel relaxed and in control. I had several people in my car on a regular basis. Let me tell you, it’s a fantastic feeling to think that those people trust you. Because it’s a very dangerous situation.

I know the heart will set me free. The test of time is only a test of a dominant idea. Let’s take a lover’s vow and seal it with a kiss. Let’s hope it’s not the kiss of death though.

Is music the only solution to moral bankruptcy? Who benefits from those blurred lines exactly? What kind of feeling is able to stay with you that long?

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Written by na1man

I've been listening to music for more than 20 years, trying to get a message in each of the 5000 songs I listened to. I'm interested in all topics (sports, art, science, philosophy, health, travel). I connect the dots with contemporary music. This blog will be the result of more than 20 years of work on humanity (ripples in the curvature of spacetime).

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