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Isn’t a ROAR designed to impress or intimidate others? I mean, look at a pride of lions? It also seems, rather wrapped up in the me, myself and I, and less of the compassionate service to others. Unless it’s fiercely defending someone. But it leads me to wonder if there is so much intent on finding that ROAR these days that we are forgetting how to purr?
The seahorse passively holds on to it’s weedy leaf, denied of it’s maternal nurturing as his mother, strong, independent still oddly domineering, leaves the care to the father. However, all too soon, the seahorse is alone. Lost to the whim of the sea.
People use art in various ways. To represent the world around them, as an expression of their inner world, to make social political statements, to make something more appealing to the eye. But most significantly humans have used art as a wordless language of symbol.
We know that nothing intrinsically exists thanks to quantum physics, again something that the wisdom teachers of old knew all about, and this is the fundamental truth that underlies mundane reality.
We will all experience the Persephone archetype of renewal at some point during our lives and most certainly during our death and rebirth. Typically we are blind sided by her arrival. Sometimes our abduction by Hades is so subtle we don't even realize it's happened until the pressure nearly breaks us, like frogs in water over a flame.
The root is what connects us to this beautiful earth that we are part of. We are born of the organic matter of the universe and physically recycled at this frequency until such a time that we have evolved enough to move beyond known reality.
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