What are we witnessing here in the garden? Is it a decay or vice versa a rise? Jumble of tables, chairs, unstructured household, shed clogged up with trash and constant assertion that the plan is needed, scientific approach is needed. Isn’t it a theater of absurd? A kind of weakness? Are we seeing slow death of bold adventure – the creation of bonsai here and now?
Wells visiting Russia in 1918 draws his attention to the chaos and jumble in the country and compares an average russian communist with a housewife whose house is turned upside down. He calls Lenin an utopist, who criticizing utopism falls into utopism – faith into electrification, into this “bold project”. It is amazing how difficult is to recognize in an instant what is going on.