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'ordinary Love' Discussion Thread


joshthetree
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I think it's about basic human-love, loving your fellow human beings, to 'deal' means to bring yourself up to the job, meaning sacrifice, which Mandela did: he endured 27 years of prison just for this idea: that given the circumstance in which people are born: they are not equal, but man must not sit and whine about the circumstances, he must use the talent he has to bring peace and equality and last but not least, love !

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Very clever usage of the video too: it's not Enough to Feel (it's necessary but not sufficient ), then Larry or whoever is on the other side of that glass wall draws a line over it and writes Deal, So it's not Enough to Feel, you have to Deal with it !

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When Fanning was tossing out the sort of March/April timing for the album, he also said Easter.

 

The elevator - aside from immediate visual connection with the elevator with up and down arrows that they've used before, isn't that Italian on the wall in the elevator? I don't think it's clear how it's written there, at least not yet (straight down one wall or wrapping all four sides) or how coherent it's all supposed to be. In any event, Dante's Divine Comedy runs from the night before Good Friday past Easter. And the start of Canto XI of the Inferno is "In su l'estrimita d'un'alta ripa" and this is also the point where Dante and Virgil are at the rubble of the cliff that fell when Christ died and an earthquake struck hell. I'm not certain that's a line on the wall, but it's a guess, which you may promptly dissuade me from believing should you see fit <g>

 

"She opened up a book of poems and handed it to me

Written by an Italian poet from the 13th century

And every one of them words rang true and glowed like burning coal

Pouring off of every page like it was written in my soul, from me to you

Tangled up in blue"

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