“Two Days in Oslo” is a lengthy and introspective composition, inviting listeners to embark on a contemplative journey. Its extended duration mirrors the idea that meaningful experiences cannot be rushed and often require time to unfold fully. It encourages us to slow down, reflect, and savor the depth of our experiences.
In the words of Søren Kierkegaard, “Life can only be understood backward; but it must be lived forwards” (Søren Kierkegaard). “Two Days in Oslo” reminds us to live in the present, for it is only in hindsight that we can truly appreciate the significance of our experiences.