Porque nada en la vida es blanco o negro, sino una infinita escala de grises
The photo and the quote are very funny. It seems so incongruous to see a clergyman all dressed for his service, to be on a phone. And the quote, of course, is such a truism. It makes one wonder, if people who always say how busy they are, are truly all that busy. I remember a saying among business people: " If you want something done, give it to a busy person " But, that quote was from before all the new technology and thousands of ways to occupy time in a non-productive way. Big Hugs Dear Friend
Well, in the case of this photo, belongs to a procession of Holy Week (Easter), and he is a 'cofrade', a brother of a religious brotherhood. In Spain, much persons go to these processions as a symbol of religiosity, and wear robes and hoods, to mantain the anonymity.This man sent a message after he join the procession, and just when I took my photo, put his hood and leave the place.The quote shows the irony about new technology and the use we made of it sometimes. Kisses and a big hug, dear Michael.