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Song - Fare
BY PURPLE YANG
the onset of life, mouthy lips, tongue and teeth form the most
powerful survival tool. All
together, they serve as the first set of food grinning and grinding
process. Without able to use hands and elbows yet, eyes are
the inviting boomerang, and mouth and tongue complete the notion
of arrow on target process.
Summer: Song / Fare
Table of Contents
of Chinese Verse
SONG, September 7 - 12 - "You have given me nothing,
done nothing!" That is the sound of watery tongue spoke
through every daughter who is going to be a lover, a wife,
and a mother. Because there isn't enough lighted heat, water
is always thirsty for heat. And without heat, water is as
solid as ice, and as immobile as a dice...
Year Cycle of Natal Destiny - SONG
Does Waterish Affair Host Heavenly Fare - When the water
of body communicates with the matter of force, from breath
to nutrients, it moves as blood flowing, nerve targeting,
the eating habits, where some, like cow, use more of tongue, and
others, like donkey, apply lips to place food in between the teeth.
With few animals have developed, evolutionally, the power of using
their feet and claws, mouth, teeth and tongue are the only survival
instruments. Whether aiming at the standing and growing grasses,
or speed targeting at others' throat, teeth become the powerful
tool to separate other livelihood between alive and dead, so that
food can be cut by different set of teeth inserted and framed
between upper and lower jaws. Thus, teeth become the blatant blade,
and swift saw, deserving itself the most powerful law.
the Tao Te Ching
Those who boast lose their stance.
He who displays himself is not seen.
He who justifies himself is not understood.
He who self-promotes has no merit.
He who is conceited does not endure.
In the sense of Tao,
This is eating too much and acting too
Then even matter revolt.
Those who desire will not endure.