Reigning in The Ring- Chasing The Tales of Wolves And Snakes
What drives you? Is it beauty? Is it a passionate desire to find truth? Justice? Build something? Know something? Is it fear? Is it longing? Is it willful determination? Is it a chariot pulled by fiery horses who drag the Sun and Moon behind them? Or are you running from something? Is it wolves? Or just your own shadow? Does it surround you and swallow you whole? Does it keep you from spilling out into the Universe? Or is it a beautiful light that warms your day? Keeps the ground beneath you?
What pulls the day back into the night again? What releases the darkness from the light? Is it some guy who has the Sun on lock down? Is it a goddess whose baying creatures keep the moon in motion? We’ve been asking ourselves these questions. Some of them can only be answered by ourselves. And those aren’t the ones this video is about. But there are a few things we know now that we didn’t know then. Maybe we knew them before then but then we didn’t and now we do again. It might just sound like I’m howling. But someone really should tell the middle what the ends are already aware of.
“The snake that cannot shed its skin, perishes.”- Friedrich Nietzsche
*Brought to you by- The Undressing of a Salad- Brian Froud *
*May we all achieve the impossible without being impossible ourselves.**
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