30524 - Human wonderment

N. Lygeros
Translated from the Greek by Athena Kehagias

– Why do you deal with the inheritance?
– Due to Humanity.
– And with the Armenian genocide?
– Due of Justice.
– Aren’t you of Armenian origin?
– No.
– Then why do you fight for the Armenians?
– Because they were wronged.
– Just for that?
– That’s enough for me.
– How could you be so Just?
– Due to necessity.
– You talk in a peculiar manner.
– It is the truth.
– I don’t know how to tell you.
– Say it any way you like.
– I didn’t know that you existed.
– Never mind. You know it now.
– I mean I didn’t expect it.
– Even better.
– What do you mean?
– I prefer to arrive before there’s a need.
– When will you return? We’ll be glad to …
– Just as soon as they call me.
– It would be us who will call you then, because we need you.