Why would someone rather be a hammer than a nail?
Someone who uses initiative. Someone who operates not just by doing, but also by acting and thinking. I would rather be a hammer than a nail.
What do the lyrics to El Condor Pasa mean?
If I Could
So, “El Condor Pasa”, or “If I Could”. The phrase, “if I could…” expresses possibility. “If I could” means if I were capable, if it were possible for me. It’s like a kind of potential.
What instruments were used in El Condor Pasa?
The band play the following instruments: Antara, charango, zampona, quena, rondador, bombo and cajon.
What does pasa mean?
: what’s happening? — used as a greeting. See the full definition.
What can I use instead of a hammer?
If it’s a thin picture nail, thumbtack, pushpin, or similar, a makeshift hammer will work just fine.
What is a nail hammer?
A claw hammer is a hammer primarily used in carpentry for driving nails into or pulling them from wood. Historically, a claw hammer has been associated with woodworking, but is also used in general applications.
What is looks like a nail?
Maslow (1962), Toward a Psychology of Being: I suppose it is tempting, if the only tool you have is a hammer, to treat everything as if it were a nail.
Would You Rather Be a hammer than a nail?
The third line “I’d rather be a hammer than a nail, yes i would, if i only could” To me here it is representing the work force and the fact that the managers are always going to be in a place of higher authority. They are pointing out the disadvantages to Globalization and the growing industry within the world. There was an error.
Who made the hammer and nail sound popular?
Simon and Garfunkel made it popular in their song El Condor Pasa. How can we feel more like the hammer than the nail? Or more like the bug and less like the windshield?
What would he rather be a hammer or a sparrow?
He’d rather be a hammer (a doer who has control over his actions/destiny) and not the nail (and feeling powerless by others). He’d rather be a sparrow (free as a bird) and not a snail (crawling and eking out a survival). The swan is the perfect symbol of nature. He is striving to be that.
What is the difference between a hammer and a snail?
A snail, slow and stuck on the ground where-as a sparrow is fleet and free to fly where-ever it wants. A hammer being the strength to build where-as a nail gets put into one place, never going anywhere else. It also speaks of religious freedom rather being “tied up to the cross”.