Små historier

1. Talen:
Det eneste jeg ville med denne tale, var at lukke folks øjne op. At få dem til at se hvad de gjorde. Al den ondskab og ødelæggelse. Jeg havde bevidst valgt at undlade at nævne krigene, bombardementerne, for dem kendte de jo til i forvejen og de skulle også helst tænke lidt selv. Ellers ville det jo virke lige så godt, som at fortælle verdens bedste fodboldspiller, at bolden skulle ind i målet.
Jeg stilede mig op på podiet og greb mikrofonen. Nu håbede jeg bare, at år 2133 ikke var fortidligt for dem
2. Et ønske:
Jeg ville ønske, at jeg havde kunnet hjælpe dem. Det var et ønske, der aldrig ville gå i opfyldelse. I hvert fald ikke før den blinde kunne se. For at kunne hjælpe, skulle jeg kunne gå. Det er lidt et problem, når man ikke har ben.
3. Frygt:
Drengen var bange. Mere bange end han nogensinde havde været før. Stemmer talte i hans hoved. Han kommer. Sagde de. Hvorend han gik, vandrede han i et mareridt. Dræb hende. Skreg stemmerne.
"Lad hende være, lad hende være!"

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9. A man in china (True story)

In china, there once was a man. He was an ordinary man, with a car in his driveway and a work in town. Even though he had a car and he could easily drive, he always walked, and In will now tell you why.

On his way to work, there were always a little plant in a pot. It was always dry, half-dead and never got any water. Only half a meter away from the plant was a pipe from which the water always flows. One day on his way to work, he dragged the plant under the water, and now it is beautiful and green.

The place he needs to cross the road, there is always an older lady with a sausage stand. She also needs to cross the road, only she can never get sausage stand up from the road. He always walks over and helps her, and then she goes on with her day, and so does he.

When he goes to eat lunch, there is always a hungry stray dog. Every day, he buys lunch for the dog too. Then the dog always walks away every day.

All that he does, and never does he get a simple “thank you”.

But what if the woman with the sausage stand said “thank you” instead at yelling at him, when he is late? What if… okay, forget the plant. But what if the dog wagged it’s tale, when he fed it? Would the man then go home and think “I’m good enough” instead of “why am I not worth anything?”? I think he would.

What do you think?

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