Headstand 02 – “What you think you need is what you are called to give”

–  Frp: Siv Jensen´s  office door at the Norwegian Parlament

Headstand 2, Siv Jensen´s office door at The Norwegian Parlament. Photo: Line halvorsen

Headstand 2, Siv Jensen´s office door at The Norwegian Parlament. Photo: Line Halvorsen

Letter to Siv Jensen, who is the head of the Frp party in Norway:

“What you think you need, is what you are called to give[1]

I made my second headstand in the “Headstand” project outside your office door because I think that many of the political views that you and Frp stand for, go against the HR declaration. Your slogan “Folk Flest” (People In General) should refer to everybody. “All human beings” is not only white, heterosexual, christian norwegians, it is also among others refugees, muslims and immigrants, gay people, and people in other countries etc.

The first sentence in the HR article no. 1, says that we are all born free and equal in dignity and rights. The second sentence in the HR article is about empathy and concience. To be able to create balance where there is unbalanace, you sometimes have to let go of some of you´re privileges, so that others can have more. All togheter, this is what I believe creates inner peace and happiness for everybody, including the exclusive group of people that you call “Folk flest”.

The picture is available at the headstand blog: www.headstanding.wordpress.com

Best wishes

Lisa Dillan …¤…


[1] Quote by C. Spezzano

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3 Responses to “Headstand 02 – “What you think you need is what you are called to give””

  1. du ruuuuuler! ha ha. send henne bilde da! hun er skummel. fikk du utslett?

  2. Lisa L Petersson Says:

    hej Lisa
    Great work/project and headstands to…
    LOVE LISA

  3. Your not you’re. Thank you

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