미국에서 어느 HOTEL에서 본 액자,, 찍어 놓은 사진 입니다.
이제 어른 인가 라고 생각하기에 부끄러운 날이 1년 중 가장 좋은 날씨인 4월의 어느날,
오늘이 되버린것 같습니다.
The saying implies that, have you grow up, you’ll be thrown into a turmoil of emotional and monetary debt, unfair responsibility, a dull work-life, etc. The harshness of ‘reality’ is revealed. Growing up leads to misery.
Furthermore, the saying implies that the reader should stay a child (preferably young as possible), where they have a lot of things done for themselves, emotional liberty, little responsibility, naïveté, etc. The harshness of ‘reality’ hasn’t touched them yet. Staying young means freedom.
Quite a morbid statement, if you ask me. Sadly, it is a reality for a lot of people out there. Although many people are being held up by society’s iron frame, they’re also trapped by that frame, thus cannot improve. The lives of some people are determined by their social class, which is hard to escape.
The play Blood Brothers is a good example of this.
However, this isn’t the case for everybody, either. If there’s an opportunity, you take it. You try your best to understand and work with your best, and you stay positive about it.
콜드플레이 세월호를 기억하다
관련기사 : http://www.hani.co.kr/arti/culture/music/791012.html
숨막히는 공연, 관객,, 멋집니다.