ME: You gave me the wings but you don't want to see me fly my own course?
DAD: You shall fly son, but the skies are full of vultures and hunters prowl the fields below. There is a certain wisdom in the values that our forefathers laid down for us.
ME: We don't understand the wisdom anymore. They are just habits now. Habits that are fading with the wear and tear of the force called time.
DAD:We may not have the wisdom to understand the knowledge that is passed down from generations. But habits are a way of making sure we don't have to suffer again, don't have to re-learn by making the same mistakes. Tradition is that learning passed down the ages.
ME: If I live in conformity to tradition, I live a stranger to my own times. Resisting change until the the world becomes a strange place. Holding on to tradition more as an escape from what is. Isn't it better to live in harmony to the world rather than in conflict?
DAD: All I can say son, is that it may not be right to conform, but is rebellion the new tradition?
In the works-"Whose dream is it anyway?"
SIS:I wish I were in your place bro.
ME:No no don't.
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