“- You think I am insane.
– You well know that I never think.
I am way too intelligent for that.
– Yes. At last! But I am not insane
and I have never been more reasonable.
Simply, I suddenly felt
the need of the impossible.”
This first absurd dialogue
is nothing but a preparation,
a form of initiation
to the complexity of human nature
thanks to the impossible
which is not always provisional
and to the necessity to transcend
an irreversible process
which reflects the past
but it trifles with the present
in its quest for future.