Looking out of the window, I saw a bird's nest squeezed between the electrical wires of the street. As a lovely, tiny white bird entered it, I delighted in the resourcefulness of nature, or better, of life, in creating the most delicate, spiritually light habitat amidst black and ugly wires. Maybe that is why he said man is the most helpless animal. But he himself acted like those birds, building the mystery of fantasy with the exactness of electricity, as well as adapting to different situations continually, with the most alive resourcefulness, in the most creative way. Disney had the spontaneity of nature and the spirituality of art!