fechar a porta?

por favor... 

ou arrombar portas abertas?


observações são bem vindas obrigado ;_)))

3 comentários:

Sofá Amarelo disse...

O primeiro a entrar que abra a porta....

Carvalho-Oliveira disse...

Esta porta composta por duas partes trouxe-me à memória um Gruk (pequeno terceto ou quadra condensando um aforismo) do dinamarquês Piet Hein, publicado em 1966. Fui buscá-lo:

O Fenómeno das Portas Duplas

Portas duplas têm razão de ser,
na sua largura tudo pode caber.
Mas costuma-se só abrir metade:
nada passa assim sem boa-vontade.


argumentonio disse...

o que se aprende...!
muito obrigado ;_)))

Piet Hein, who, in his own words, "played mental ping-pong" with Niels Bohr [2] in the inter-War period, found himself confronted with a dilemma when the Germans occupied Denmark. He felt that he had three choices: Do nothing, flee to "neutral" Sweden or join the Danish resistance movement. As he explained in 1968, "Sweden was out because I am not Swedish, but Danish. I could not remain at home because, if I had, every knock at the door would have sent shivers up my spine. So, I joined the Resistance."

Taking as his first weapon the instrument with which he was most familiar, the pen, he wrote and had published his first "grook" [gruk in Danish]. It passed the censors who did not grasp its real meaning.

Losing one glove
is certainly painful,
but nothing
compared to the pain,
of losing one,
throwing away the other,
and finding
the first one again.

The Danes, however, understood its importance and soon it was found as graffiti all around the country. The deeper meaning of the grook was that even if you lose your freedom ("losing one glove"), do not lose your patriotism and self-respect by collaborating with the Nazis ("throwing away the other"), because that sense of having betrayed your country will be more painful when freedom has been found again someday. Denmark got the message.