I am

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DSC02784 (1024x768) As you are reading these lines somewhere in the world parents mourn their dead children.
A loved one says goodbye to his/her life’s companion with a last breath.
Others are looking at the dawn of a new day having lost their jobs.
Or the ability to perform simple every day tasks, as the result of an accident.
Some others are searching through the wreckage to find the remains of their home. Continue reading / Συνέχεια->

Ophion

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

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

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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 entry

Compassion into Passion ( Free at last)

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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 entry