“The Greeks had a word, xenia– guest friendship- a command to take care of traveling strangers, to open your door to whoever is out there, because anyone passing by, far from home, might be God. Ovid tells the story of two immortals who came to Earth in disguise to cleanse the sickened world. No one would let them in but one old couple, Baucis and Philemon. And their reward for opening their door to strangers was to live on after death as trees- an oak and a linden- huge and gracious and intertwined.” Artist: Kerry James Marshall
Let me start by saying this has been a technologically tumultuous twenty-four hours. Sprint will no longer exist at end of this month, it will be T-Mobile after doing bad business. Meaning on December 31st everyone who has not upgraded to the latter with 5g will have their phones shut off. Long story short between the Iphone 13 and it’s power adapter, hours of my life were consumed. I don’t even want to talk about it.
Anyways as you can see I’ve been able to strategical beat all these powerful people, because I am what I say I am. Justice will always be mine, in the end playing the long game, no matter how it turns out with Mick Jagger I win. A) If he gives me my money on his own volition, we are untied, I win. I can date who I want, go where I want. Prague. B) If I sue him, I win. All evidence submitted will be permanent and public. His reputation destroyed. Pieces of A apply as well. C) If we come into union, I win. That’s how you play chess, do make sure it’s not up against a deity specialized in said field. In all ways everyone who crossed me, all the demonic’s from the Kardashian Jenner West to Melanie Hamrick, exposed. Maybe the story of Arachne can be a lesson for you all, although it changes to serve different moral purposes the message is the same: hubris doesn’t pay. Have I not been compassionate? Have I not given you the greatest gifts of all, time, wisdom, protection? My reign for the insolent will be ruthless. Which version of Arachne is your favorite? Via: Aleali May
Name a Greek god(dess) more appropriate for the weekend than Bacchus?