35610 - The task hasn’t an everydayness

N. Lygeros
Translated from the Greek by Athina Kehagias
Narration: Eleni Karpouzis

The task hasn’t an everydayness, because it’s not merely concerning the present.
Its action creates a difference between the past and the future and the difficulties it overcomes are enhancing it.
The work is capable in this manner of producing historicity which in turn leads to the writing of history.
What we are seeing in Greece at this point of time, is a tangible example of this mental scheme.
Because although there are objective difficulties due to ideology, to politics and the economy, we can observe that strategy continues to offer opportunities which are becoming utilized.
We have the initiation of the Greek zeolite extraction in Thrace.
We have the signing of the agreement regarding marine block 2 within the Greek EEZ.
We have the issuing of marine regions which concern both the Peloponnese and Crete.
It’s only a matter of time before the licensing round is published within the Official Journal of the European Union, which means that 28 Member States will haveve accept it.
All of these moves which are becoming actions are resulting from strategy exclusively.
They have no connection whatsoever to ideology and politics as we hear it, and they are incapable of producing any kind of work, because they belong to everydayness.
The Greek nation can see all these as time goes by, and it realizes simultaneously that Hellenism will overcome this parenthesis, as it did with others even larger ones, which it closed prior, because it can endure due to strategy and the innovation of thinking which changes the world.