In the poem by Robert Frost mentioned above, the speaker has to choose one of two roads, and chooses the less trodden. People in our meetings of protest are searching ways to diminish the abyss between rich and poor, and attain the conditions of a state of welfare. Great! But the wandering is now complemented with callings to fraternal union, everybody in the struggle, say no to political commitment, etc. Is it not a candid proposition to bring to the protesters’ rows the eaters of the cake side by side the multitude that only watched at it in the street behind the window? Is not a wishful thinking to suppose that Netanyahu and his super free market troupe may answer positively to the claims of the outraged? Hope not we march on the road to the no way out where the shepherd is willing to read to the flock “A Flat for Rent” in a revised and corrected edition by Shari Arison and the team of the Day of the Good Deeds.
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