Just been listening to the song, "blowing in the wind" and was wondering how many roads must a man walk down, before you can call him a man?
all the questions bob wrote in this song, what he put as answer was 'the answer my friend is blowin' in the wind, the answer is blowin' in the wind'
I think this phrase has 2 very different interpretations. - the truth is obvious, its everywhere and around you just like the wind. - like the wind, the truth is everywhere. We were born knowing it but we can't see it.
I dunno if this interpretation is right, hell I dont care if its right, this is just my meaning to that song and what I feel everytime I listen to it. So yeah. I like it. :-) I really miss songs like this, I hope there are artists today who can still write like this.
My idea of the road is a road in which outstretches into a dark, thin, narrow path. Jagged and cracked filled with murky waters. A road that requires a balance in oneself and splits into choices. The choices are all shadowed and all the boy has is what he knows. From that he can choose the road. I think if a guy can cross a road like that he deserves to be called a man. :)
to become the ultimate male its 4 roads... the truth, honestly, commitment and beer roads oh and the what the hell is she thinking about road which makes 5
It depends on the length of the road and how many crossroads he encounters ;)
The answer my friend, is blowing in the wind.