"The sky is the same color wherever you go"
This is a Persian/Iranian proverb, meaning this is your destiny, or changing the location does not necessarily change the situation.
The Persian one is "Be har koja ke ravi aseman hamin rang ast"
I believe it's true what they once said, those old dead men from the Kingdom of Persia.
I want to believe it. Therefore it becomes my very reality. A reality that fills my everyday activities and even affect my choices. Like many other things we tend to acknowledge as "wisdom", "clarity" or even "lifestyles".
Celebration has just been and is approaching even more as our modern "new year" is getting closer..
Christmas eve is now celebrated by more people than ever before on the planet. But instead of celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ, 2012 years ago, we celebrate consumerism and it's sub-cultures.
Not that I feel offended by it (Jesus should?), but I just get the nagging sentence in the back of my head