"The South is often associated with a sun at noon. In the beginning I always thought that too. You have to be like a sun, become a sun. Gradually, I realized that the south gives. It provides warmth and afterwards there is this brief sensation of cold. Light Showers, scurry across the face, the back. Giving makes humans happy. They praise giving. Whoever has explored the importance of the shivering? Is there a cultural history of shivering? Did this shivering helped mankind for survival, like giving and sharing?
When the sun is cold, then perhaps it has a spot. If the south is cold, then there slips something through from eternity for a brief moment. Without the south - no gifts from eternity. "


Anonymous said...

beautiful... your words speak to my soul.

Ray Gratzner said...

hello kebelle, I am glad you enjoyed the post.