Black & White Compromise

One of legendary members of Beatles, composer and song writer Paul Mc Cartney, says in his “Ebony and Ivory” (Ebony: black piano key/ Ivory: white piano key) which he composed with inspiration from black and white piano keys:

Ebony And Ivory
Live Together In Perfect Harmony
Side By Side On My Piano Keyboard,
Oh Lord, Why Don’t We?


We All Know That
People Are The Same Where Ever We Go
There Is Good And Bad In Everyone,
We Learn To Live,
We Learn To Give Each Other
What We Need To Survive Together Alive.


Ebony And Ivory
Live Together In Perfect Harmony
Side By Side On My Piano Keyboard,
Oh Lord, Why Don’t We?

We have heard, we have learned that opposites can complete each other; their being together can create compromise, not conflict and this compromise is the foundation of the universe!

Only the individuals and the societies that learned the culture of “compromise” have contributed to the development of the civilization which is necessary for the human well being. 

As famous philosopher Nietzsche said: “Our deficiencies are the best teacher and we can never give it the value it deserves.” 
If we continue with the comment of Spanish author Allan Percy, to enter into a new path instead of being dissappointed, is the main choice that seperates creative people from the ones that accept the failure.

Ender SAKPINAR
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