Agreed, I think they do a great job sticking to the true story lines of the book.
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This album gives me the hope that I need to survive. In this world, souls may exist, and it's okay to have one. But we all must lament the passing of childhood, and respect the gravity of the situation . . . reality commands that you obey, and I command reality.
All sciences, and thus, all thoughts, of man are but abstractions of man's mind, and are thus relative to each other. The theoretical physicist examines and extrapolates upon these relations, to perfect man's science and refine thought itself.
To research is to think. To analyze is to think about thought. To examine and define relativity is to think about having thought about thought.
The Dark Tower series was the prompt for most of the transitional questions of my pre-teen years; the abstractions presented within caused the first sessions of true and thorough examination of mindset that had ever occurred to this reader.
It is possible that this series was the direct reason that I examined the most important concept considered to that point: thinking about thought.
This song plays on the radio and my mood is wholly disrupted for the rest of the day, not for hearing the song, but for not being able to replay it.
Every new examination brings new emotions, new thoughts, new realizations.
This song isn't another product of unfocused emotion; this piece is a near-complete translation of human abstraction into art.
Dropbox, to me, is a warm and trusted embrace. A voice which says to one, "you're always welcome here," or, at times, "I'll be here when you need help the most."
The mechanics of file storage utilized by Dropbox are very easily incorporated into one's routine; the seamless integration into the operating system's file storage is wonderful and fascinatingly novel (to this observer).