Very lovely! Here the first people say "Dingo makes us human". Ie, we learn to behave well in family groups and alliances by watching dingo - or in northern climes - wolf. And she is definitely the one who sings up the winter moon
@cernakherself Just about never for the vast majority of us. We have heard of the Dreamtime, without understanding anything about it, and we might have read English writer Bruce Chatwin's The Songlines years ago, which is probably of no value. I read a couple of press articles a few weeks ago inspired by things you wrote here.
Look I know this too. Things can change. It takes a certain bravery to dare to cross cultures in an empty-handed leap. We dont know where we will land, except in a part of ourselves we may never have seen...:) i appreciate the time you take to think about these things.. and your nice photos of course
@thegreenwoodslaugh Yes, I think the Snow Moon is in February Looks like the snow will be a month early!
Wow that happened at a young age. When did the self hate begin? Probably age 6 is when it started to develop. These words and the image is right on the mark. All those words I took to heart. The sticks and stones. Never fitting in anywhere even as I got older. Being the girl that no one ever wanted. Good enough for some fun but not relationship material. Ha. What does anyone know anyways. If I hadn't been me I'd never have taken it to heart but I took everything and held it inside. Everything. For so many years. .
"These things you keep,
You better throw them away.
You wanna turn your back on your soulless days. Once you were tethered, now you are free. That was the river, this is the sea."
Time to let it go. How do you let go something that is part of you? ...................................................................
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