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Ophion

DSC00906 (1024x768) In the ancient Hellenic myths Ophion, (the Serpent), ruled cosmos with the Queen of the Titans, EurynomeContinue reading/Συνέχεια->

Φαντασιακά αυτοθεσμιζόμενος

Η κατάληξη ( κατάντια) ενός λαού,

που λογίζεται παραλόγως, Read the rest of this page »

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Potnia, the Snake Goddess / Πότνια, η Θεά των Όφεων

0 DSC00884a A few facts which form the base of this creation:
The Snake Goddess refers to figurines found at the excavations of Minoan civilization sites at Crete.
Potnia
 is an ancient Hellenic word, probably from the Mycenaean era (16 – 12th century BC ) & was used mainly as a title of honor for females, goddesses or mortals. Read the rest of this page »

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Kintsugi Revisited

DSC00860 “A heart is like glass; dropped once forever broken”. Something we all have experienced in more or less painful ways. Read the rest of this page »

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An Unexpected Journey

It is more often than not, that we find ourselves carried by the current of life to different places from the ones we originally planned… Continue reading / Συνέχεια->

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Compassion into Passion ( Free at last)

Remember Marco, the turtle of the last picture from the previous post? Well, our visitor was set free today in a nearby forest from my Sun & Stars and a bunch of second graders. It was a marvelous experience for them to return Marco to his natural habitat, so that he can continue his voyages.

At the same time,  Read the rest of this page »

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Γέλα πουλί μου, γέλα

DSC00783 (1024x768) ” Laugh, laugh bird of mine, laugh /  life is a madness ”
(Lyrics from the H & P Katsimihas song ” The last dance”).

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