Many people ask me about the tattoo on my wrist, some (including the tattoo artist) appear to be bothered by it's simplicity. So hoping no one has to ask me it's meaning again here's a brief explanation on the symbolism of triangles;
The triangle has been since early civilizations, the symbol of the trilogy or the triad that makes all existence possible. It has been interpreted as:
* The father, the mother and the son * The Father the Son and the Holy Spirit * The male, the female and the creative power * The sky, the earth and the living creatures * The union of two that creates the third * The perfect union when two become one * The prayer elevated from all Earth to the one God * The power of the One to become All * Each moment of Life where you can take two decisions or ways
In tassology the Triangle is interpreted as unusual creativity or talent. -pointing up Success -pointing down Failure
To me, mine is pointing UP ;-)
It also symbolizes the union of the letter V and the letter I. Ivo's & I initials. He has one as well, the only difference is mine is the outline of an equilateral triangle & his is an isosceles tilted to the side, like a "Play" sign.
I just finished reading a Hatful of Seuss because it was all I could come up with doing (plus, the book is yellow & lately I'm processing things instinctively by colors) while having a major flip out, which isn't something I should talk about here. But I gotta say I fucking hate Dr.Seuss and by being so -no word available- today, I read it and actually liked it. Specially the first story; Bartholomew & The Oobleck.
"Maybe there was something magic in those simple words, "I'm sorry." Maybe there was something magic in those simple words, "It's all my fault." Maybe there was, and maybe there wasn't. But they say that as soon as the old King spoke them, the sun began to shine and fight its way through the storm. They say that the falling oobleck blobs grew smaller and smaller and smaller. They say that all the oobleck that was stuck on all the people and on all the animals of the Kingdom of Didd just simply, quietly melted away."
“ Well, love is insanity. The ancient Greeks knew that. It is the taking over of a rational and lucid mind by delusion and self-destruction. You lose yourself, you have no power over yourself, you can’t even think straight." -Marilyn French