Mikel Rø, 2022
Dieses Bild (Fotografie) aus dem Jahr 2022 wurde aufgenommen von dem Künstler Mikel Rø und ist bei Nissis Art Gallery zum Kauf verfügbar.
„The words true and tree share the same roots. True is an extension of Proto-Indo-European*dóru/ *drew- , so both tree and true originally meant „be firm, solid, steadfast“ or „wood, tree“. German „sich treu bleiben“ logically means being true to oneself. Trees talk to each other, humans talk to each other. Do trees also lie?
It is not surprising that most humans relate human life and death solely to the human body. As if there is any evidence what consciousness truly is. „Life“ stems from Proto-German *lībą (life, body), while the Proto-Indo-European root means fat, sticky substance, to stick. Truth often appears to be very flexible or slippery.
It is no coincidence that Lao Tzu refers to the „uncarved block“, in Chinese rather meaning natural, unforced nature of mind, unworked wood. Simply being true and steadfast, but unconditioned. Like a child that returns back into mother’s womb. The color of Taoist element Wood is green, like green leaves and symbolizes strength and flexibility, as with bamboo. Green is also the color of the Anahata Chakra, referring to the heart. Sanskrit anahata means unhurt, unstruck and unbeaten. Everything is connected.“ (Mikel Rø)
„Death is neither a good nor a bad thing, for that alone which is something can be a good or a bad thing: but that which is nothing, and reduces all things to nothing, does not hand us over to either fortune, because good and bad require some material to work upon. Fortune cannot take ahold of that which Nature has let go, nor can a man be unhappy if he is nothing.“ (Seneca, The Younger)
Photo-Print auf Hahnemühle FineArt Photo Rag 308 g/m². Ohne Rand.
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