“. . . so in an effort to keep moving with the piece, I might try to speed it up.”
‘Hephaestus’ Forge’ tells the tale of a master craftsgod, known for his skill and cunning, a most ‘ungodly’ appearance, a war thwarted by an arranged marriage, an unfaithful wife, and an inspired girdle!
We mold clay into a pot,
but it is the emptiness inside
that makes the vessel useful.
— Laozi Tao Te Ching 11
It’s time that they are free!
The tale of a genderless god, child yielding spit and vomit, the creation of the world, a wandering eye and comes to us from ancient Egypt.
How we present ourselves to the world may be one thing….
It’s time to share our winner and feature another vase in need of a name! Welcome to my monthly feature – ‘Name that Vase’.
And so it was that Her Royal Henness Queen Latifah, Most Royal Hen of Household at Cluckingham Palace, came to lay our first egg.
On The Wheel Wednesday – Balance