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Walking to the Sky

We all know it and walk past it every day. I've written papers about it and read into the skin-deep meaning behind it, but it still irks me. I've never liked the message that I personally receive from Walking to the Sky: blind ambition leading us all in a line off to who-knows-where, persistence in mindless direction at the cost of leaving others behind. At least the temporary issue (a result of taking half the statues off last year, leaving a gradient of skin tones lightening as altitude increased) has been resolved. Still, I've always hated it. It doesn't represent finding happiness or doing what you love, but rather chasing after some invisible, intangible target of success (and walking off a plank in the process).

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