How humerus for you, young bearer of the Light, to allow Chronos, to trick you about the kilo of flesh, its shape, appearance, and gender. Look around you at the heroes of this place of rest, they have no such Earthly identity but beauty beyond reproach. It is not what one does with the gift of a body we incarnate your "psi-hi" into but what you feed your souls in time spent on Gaea, that will dictate your resting place and just reward. I knew what to do.
And so it is young visitors of this blog and as directed by the thoughts of the Elysium, I have written this story to deliver its message: It is more important what you put into the vessel body given to you by the God(s), how you care for this gift, during this short stay on Earth. The wisdom you attain during your time here, rather how much you choose to share or expose to others.
The young Muslim man described to you earlier in my story stated, "A woman is like a beautiful diamond; you do not want to show it off to everybody, they might attempt to steal it." I have a different point of view being of Hellenic heritage. I would agree that a woman or man, is a beautiful diamond. My ancestors believed that no beauty should be the sole possession of anyone, but shared. Those that respect you and live under principals of wisdom, will have no place for ownership of that which does not belong to them.
Following the completion of my story, I met a Muslim parent at one of the youth centers, apologetically I asked her to read my story and comment if she found anything which might be misinterpreted as being disrespectful. She showed some concern given the current atmosphere of "Islamophobia"; she asked that I make some minor changes. I dare speak on this subject and any other which concerns teen health because I know deep in my heart and soul, I have no prejudice against any human being, cultural or religious group. In fact, the emphasis of my blog for those who will take the time to explore my writings is in support of those who might appear to be "different". In the shadows of the caves, we see illusions of difference, when we are all the same.
Enjoy the following link. http://www.louvre.fr/en/routes/greek-sculpture
By Elias Leousis,
(Η αγάπη είναι το μελάνι, η σοφία είναι το μήνυμα.)
Love is the ink; wisdom is the message!
Click here to go to the main menu.