I’m intrigued by the juxtaposition of “Be the Change” and the reference to “One Day More.” They fit together, asking us to consider what happens when we work toward change. “Be the Change” asks us to do it ourselves, and “One Day More” explores what happens when we are catalysts of change.
The two scribblings also ask us to delve into our cultural literacy, giving us part of each reference (half of the Gandhi quote and only the musical/song names for Les Mis.) And they work.
- The Bathroom Graffiti Series, Entry 1 (parttimemonster.wordpress.com)