RnY97 Von Chrysoupoli nach Genisea
Fcl went for a hike.
May 26, 2021
Where am I with my thoughts this morning? I feel like I'm not here, not with me. I'm not in this wonderful, sunny area. I don't really see the many poppy blossoms that, after all the days of sunshine, are now falling far beyond their blossom.A light haze lies over the fields, the mountains in the background are in a light veil.Where am I with my thoughts? Is it my feet, my legs, the small lesions on my feet, the blisters, isn't there something chafing again?Restlessness, a little more and that worries me. Because I'm here in peace, I move, I can go my way, I can develop, my thoughts move, I wallow less. Still, where am I with my thoughts?Maybe it's because I already decided on a topic yesterday. Maybe I'm not really ready to just go into it today. Am i in my way A picture?Well, the subject: snakes. The taxi driver in Stavros told me that there are queues, there are a lot of queues, that at this time of the day they can react in an uncontrolled manner when awakened by the sun. I recorded it and, to put it simply, saved it. I have since seen two dead snakes, both rotting on a street, and a third living snake winding quickly away from my feet.In my mind, the snake is an extreme, simply spoken digestive tract, in the front, out the back. I know snakes are many, I know there are different forms, with different forms of defending themselves, of poison are choking. But we subsume them under the term snake.If I look at it to the extreme, then man is a being built around a snake, like the shape of the snake in us from the throat to the entire digestive tract and the intestines to the point of excretion. Perhaps that is why there is such an image of a snake in us? Especially because the serpent was so consistently linked with evil. The other that is against me, in me.Let's start from the beginning: the snake is a living being, just as created as any other. The question to be asked here is what this being is for and what can it show us?You move on the plain, partly hanging on the trees, so you can shimmy and move across larger spaces. The snake has found a deep entrance in our general usage, just a few examples: you snake you. The car snake, standing in line, snaking your way through, contortionist, the snake in the creation account, the snake K in the jungle book, the snake as a sign of Asclepius, the queue, the serpentine.It would lead too far to look at each term again for the deeper content, but it is striking that the core feature is the elongated basic shape of the snake that moves like a fine chain. Another thing that we have in common is that the snake also has healing properties. How much of the theses of Theophrastus Bombastus Paracelsus was already anticipated by the cult of Asclepius in Epidaurus, which decides the dose about what poison and what medicine is. Approaching the queue without prejudice leads to honest dealings.The snake has no arms and no legs, it moves. The arm cannot put the serpent embracing anyone, but it can still feel, loop around and loop through itself.The snake offers order and continuity on the curved, not straight path; the snake man is so agile that he can figuratively bend his bones for us. We don't want to bend in the process, we always want to show our backbone, but this too has flexibility.Will I still see a snake today?So coming out of my mind, I feel better. I ran a bit free but also did a bit free. The snake gets a distinctly likeable side.In the plain, the path meandered through meadows, fields and pastures. My head was guided so that, like the head of the snake, I could feel the whole horizon, sometimes the mountains, which were a little flatter in several layers, and then the prominent one with the white structures, which is strongly in the process of degradation, for the third time the one that stood in front of me like a double point, like a crown or also like a mutilated trident of Poseidon, in between different green, sometimes a lot of reeds with passages as if I were walking through the sea of reeds and on the other side already mown meadows and also cornfields.To let your head meander through the serpentine in the plain and just take it in was a nice experience.
Nice story and good tour 😘💪👌👍👏📷🤗🤗🤗 !!!
@Herbert love thanks. I appreciate it.
May 27, 2021