Our words this week are:
– broad and narrow
– funny and serious
Broadly speaking when you considered the arguments, for and against, weighed up the pros and cons and considered that in the fullness of time there may well be a solution even if it catered for the narrowest of possible reasons there was a reason to carry on.
It was a funny conclusion to arrive at considering the seriousness of the situation. It was a very personal thing, we all concluded, giving him the benefit of the doubt and knowing the board base of his appeal, that is apart from the broad base he sat upon, there was every chance, as narrow as that chance was, that success would be arrived at.
So, it came to a serious moment in his life when he addressed the crowd. They had fallen silent which was a funny place to be in considering the seriousness of the time and that his broad physical form was blocking out the sun and only a narrow sliver of light was able to snake around his voluminous shape.
But he delivered, and we were grateful. He blended the broadness with the narrowness, and we all agreed there was nothing funny at the end of his serious address.