I'm reminded of Norse mythology in which 2 crows --Memory and Thought-- fly over the world from the tree of life. Odin worries about them: I fear for Thought, but fear much more for Memory.
How did a lover of mythology such as myself miss this one ... very interesting. The secrets I allude to, those of my inner self, my truest self are, I hope, found outside the realm of both ... :)
well I love crows and ravens and love that secrets can be told to them and they'll keep them safe in their wings, love Geo's Norse mythology as well.
Thank you, Linda ... and I do love the myth Geo related ... wonderful.
There's a little house I pass from time to time, where the owners really love kitschy yard art. They're awash in plaster squirrels, raccoons, and such. But just last week I noticed they had added two black crows to their fence. Perhaps those are your crows, apparently frozen, but actually flying the world when we're not looking.
I love the idea of crows connecting all of us ...
You have no idea how this speaks to me. Wonderful.
I'm so glad ... Thank you, Bill.
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