Song of the day 17#

Am ales sa pun aceasta melodie la Song of the day pentru ca are un „acel ceva”.

Nu stiu de ce dar mi-a ramas in minte, o tot repet desi nu mi-e chiar atat de draga.

Intrebare: Pe mine videoclipul ma duce cu gandul la filmele cu vampiri. Am citit eu prea mult cartile autoarei Anne Rice, prea multe Jurnale ale vampirilor si Academii ale Vampirilor, dar cred ca am dreptate. Voi ce parere aveti? Pe unde va plimba gandurile acest videoclip?

English version

I chose to put this song on Song of the day category because it has a certain „something.”

I do not know why but I still remember, I repeat it, even though Its not that dear to me.

Question: This video makes me think of vampire movies. Maybe I’ve read too much Anne Rice’s books, too many Vampire Journals and Vampire Academy, but I think I’m right. What do you think? Where does this video takes you to?


Banii in bataia vantului/ Money in the wind

Ma gandeam astazi la un lucru banal, putin observat de noi toti.

Indiferent ce limba ai vorbi, banii au acelasi inteles si vorbesc mai bine decat oricine sau orice.

Situatia tragicomica aici, este ca de obicei persoanele ce au bani nu detin fericirea, si sunt fiinte dificil de perceput, complexe in timp ce persoanele ce NU au banii detin fericirea suprema, bucurandu-se de lucrurile mici; sunt fiinte simple, usor de inteles, transparente.

Avem nenumarate visuri, ne dorim lucruri scumpe, si muncim atat de mult pentru a ajunge undeva.

De foarte multe ori drumul inspre succes este pavat cu costuri neprevazute, banii zburand pe fereastra inainte de a fi ajuns la destinatie, la visul neindeplinit.


(Sursa fotografiei – Unsplash)

Trudim din zi si pana in noapte pentru a ne asigura salariul de maine deoarece asa am fost invatati; asa am vazut la parintii nostri… am simtit oboseala din ochi si neputinta din trupul lor istovit, am atins firicelele subtiri de sudoare de la tamplele imbatranite de vreme si am decis ca si noi vom da tot ce avem, ca si ei. Dar totusi diferit, sperand la o munca mai usoara si simpla.

Rulajul banilor este uimitor. Citim pe fetele bancnotelor nume mari ce au insemnat ceva pentru poporul din care provenim, insa nu deosebim si persoana ce a trudit sa ii obtina ca mai apoi sa ii trimita mai departe.

Din jobul de casier practicat in urma cu cativa ani am inteles ca banii sunt instrumente murdare de lucru, ca indiferent cati bani or sa imi treaca prin mana niciodata nu o sa ii posed, si ca niciodata nu or sa ramana la mine sau ca o sa imi confere vreo valoare.

La sfarsitul zilei realizez ca banii primiti nu o sa se masoare niciodata cu munca depusa, si ca toata aceasta harababura, tot acest rulaj al banilor nu o sa ia sfarsit niciodata.

Important este sa stii ca muncesti pentru tine in primul rand, pentru familie si cei dragi, si la final pentru bani. La urma urmei, fericirea sta in lucrurile marunte ce nu pot fi cumparate, in zambete si fericire, in iubire si sinceritate.

In cele 4 scanduri prinse in cuie nu vom lua niciodata nimic cu noi, indiferent cata avere si bani acumulam in decursul vietii.

Asadar dragi prieteni si dragi cititori, haideti sa strangem cu totii in aceasta scurta calatorie denumita viata mai multe suflete oneste, mai multe fapte bune si mai putini bani.

English version

I was thinking today of a trivial thing, a little noticeable to us all.

No matter what language you speak, money has the same meaning and speaks better than anyone or anything.

The tragicomic situation here is that people who have money do not usually have happiness, and they are difficult to perceive, complex while those who DO NOT have money have the ultimate happiness, enjoying little things; are simple, easy to understand, transparent beings.

We have countless dreams, we want expensive things, and we work so hard to get somewhere.

Very often the road to success is paved with unexpected costs, the money fleeing on the window before it arrives at the destination, to the unfulfilled dream.

We work day and night to get our salary tomorrow because that’s how we were taught; that’s how we saw at our parents… the way we felt the fatigue in the eyes and the helplessness of their exhausted body, we touched the thin strands of sweat from the aged forehead and we decided we would give everything we had as well. But still different, hoping for a simpler and easier job.

The money turnover is amazing. We read on the faces of banknotes big names that meant something for the people from where we come from, but we do not distinguish the person who worked hard to get them in order to send them further.
john-moeses-bauan-601691-unsplash(Photo source – Unsplash)

From the cashier job that I was doing a few years ago, I understood that money are dirty work tools, and that no matter how much money would pass through my hand, I would never have them, and that they would never stay with me and that it won’t give me any value.

At the end of the day I realize that the money you receive will never be measured by the work you’ve done, and that all this harassment, all this money turnover will never end.

It is important to know that you work for yourself first and foremost for your family and loved ones, and finally for the money. After all, happiness lies in small things that can not be bought, in smiles and happiness, in love and sincerity.

In the four nailed boards when we die we will never take anything with us, no matter how much wealth and money we accumulate in the course of our lives.

So dear friends and dear readers, let’s all get together in this short journey called life more honest souls, more good deeds and less money.