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Provukla se kroz gužvu naizgled lako (kao da se priseća polke?) gaseći cipelicama neke zamišljene pikavce na podnom mozaiku, ali ja sam znao kako joj teško pada tih par koraka ka meni...

17.06.2017.

Pitam se?

Citam ponovno Hemonovu „Knjigu moji zivota“ i tako odlutam ponekad u dubine svojih misli. I on, poputi Zlaje Arslanagica u knjizi „Mozda ce sutra biti suncan dan“ objasnjava da supred sami rat bili u najboljim godinama svog zivota, te kako su imali izuzetno bogat drustveni zivot u tadasnjem Sarajevu. Obojica opisuju dane pred rat, apokalipticne, ekstaticne, pune nekog luda zivljenja i energije..Pogotovo jer su, koliko toliko, dosli do informacija o tome sta se desava i sta bi se moglo desiti u bliskoj buducnost.. I pitam se, kako biste vi zvijeli zivot da recimo znate da bi isti mogao biti okoncan ratom za sedam dana ili koji mjesec? Sta biste prvo uradili, da li biste voljeli vise, otvorenije, strasnije? Da li biste bili sve ono sto se ne usudjujete biti sada? Potpuno izbrisali drustvene norme iz svog ponasanja ili biste se samo pritajili i cekali da oluje dodje?

I am reading again "The Book of my lives" by Aleksandar Hemon, and sometimes I wander into the depths of my own thoughts. Hemon also just like Zlaja Arslanagic in his book "Maybe tomorrow will be a sunny day," is explaining that in the years before the war they were in the best years of their lives and they had a very rich social life in Sarajevo during that period. Both of them are describing the days before the war as- apocalyptic, ecstatic, filled with a crazy life and energy.. Especially due to the fact that they got some info about what is happening and what could happen in the near future.. I wonder how would you live your life if you knew that your life could end up in the middle of the war zone in just a week or in a month? What would you do first, would you love more, would you be more open, more passionate? Would you be all what you do not dare to be now? Would you completely erase the social norms around you or you would chose just to be quite and wait for the storm to come?