The current philosophical situation…

…described through art. 

“Philosophy without art is the only delusion” – James Lee. 
In this instance the grateful dead “lost sailor/saint of circumstance”, and including the return that is inevitable and redundant philosophical assertion that we have and that is easy to notice, that we find then in “Terrapin Station”.
Have fun.

The artistic representation of our present philosophical condition.
I say this because The inherent lack of philosophical theory demands and eternal return. 

🙃😛🙃

LOST SAILOR.

Compass card is spinning, helm is swinging to and fro

Oh, where is the dog star, oh, where’s the moon.

You’re a lost sailor, been away too long at sea.
Somedays the gales are howling, sometimes the sea is still as glass.

Oh, raise the main sail, oh, lash the mast.

You’re a lost sailor, been away too long at sea.

Now the shorelines beckon, there is a price for being free.
There’s a sea bird cryin’ and there’s a ghost wind blowing

And it’s calling you, to that misty swirling sea.

Till the chains of your dreams are broken,

No place in this world you can be.
You’re a lost sailor, been away too long at sea.

Now the shorelines beckon, there is a price for being free.
You pay for being free, I’ll tell ya freedom don’t come easy,

Free don’t always come for free,

Sometimes it’s hard to know what to believe in.
Where to go, who to go, where to be, who to be.

That means you’re driftin’…. driftin’

Yeah driftin’ and dreamin’, really goin’ on a dream now.

Really goin’ on a feelin’, really goin’ on a feelin’.

Driftin’, driftin’ and dreamin’.
Cause it’s a place you’ve never been

Maybe a place you’ve never seen now

You can hear them callin’ on the wind

Driftin’ and dreamin’, driftin’ and dreamin’.

Really goin’ on a dream now, really goin’ on a dream now,

Really goin’ on a dream now.

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