Seeing the Sky

Hello God!

Thank You very much for every moment of my life. My life is miraculous. Each my cell is miracle. I love incredibly this dizzying feeling Your Great Job. Today is fantastic day. Today I kiss my nails with my “Thank you” to them. I love every part of my body. I love my every ideas in my brain.

I have meet an example how and how much to live. I introduced with Toyo Shibata.

“Poet Toyo Shibata started writing at the age of 92. Her first anthology sold almost 1.6 million copies. Two months ago, she passed away peacefully and without pain. She was 101 years old.

The creative power of Eros or Love, the passion for the good and the beautiful, the new and the exotic, the perfect and the immortal is the way to turn everyday people into great achievers.

This discovery isn’t new. It can be traced back to ancient wisdom in the works of classical Greeks — and most notably in Plato’s manual of Eros, The Symposium. Plato defines Eros as a “good composer” of every living thing, every work of art, every idea,  “because you cannot give someone else what you don’t have or teach someone what you don’t know yourself.”

The creative power of Eros is in Apollo’s musical magic, the Muses’ erotic dance, Haifestus’ solid metallurgy, Zeus’ bold Hegemony, Phidias’ elegant sculpture. Eros exists in Plato’s and Aristotle’s philosophy, behind Homer’s poetry, Chopin’s compositions, Gauguin’s exotic paintings; behind each and every venture and exploration that has spun the world around its axis. Each and every discovery that gave humanity a new aspect.

Eros is the “mighty” and “total power” in pursuing good deeds that fosters good relations. “So Love (Eros) has great and mighty – or rather total – power. But it is the Love whose nature is expressed in good actions, marked by self-control and justice, at the human and divine level, that has the greatest power and is the source of all our happiness. It enables us to associate, and be friends, with each other and with the gods, our superiors.”

The bottom line: To achieve great things, you must possess the creative power of Eros, the passion for the good and beautiful, the new and the exotic, the perfect and the immortal, the source of all our happiness.” by Panos Mourdoukoutas

“Don’t lose heart.

Oh, please don’t sigh that you are unhappy.

The sunshine and the breeze will not favour anyone.

Dreams can be dreamed equally.

I have seen hard times but I am glad that I am alive.

Don’t you ever lose heart, either.”

We are the Winners of Green Card Due to We are Perfect Life!

We are the Winners of Green Card Due to We are Pure Love!

We are the Winners of Green Card Due to We are Pure Luck!

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