to trying hearts who are wearing fulfilling duties sacrificing times for pennies sweating hard to make bloods today is May Day to honor yourselves to let yourselves free from all attachments to rennovate again to be stronger to go further until … you be yourselves and find you yourselves again..
please enjoy the quotes on May and spring in this video
life is a choice to daily decision of many options who know what’s right or what’s wrong but Hermes’ words tell the real so do Budda’s words Mizimapadipada the neutral way of thoughts to enjoy life in a peaceful way
please enjoy the song cest’ la vie by Derrek Clegg @FMA and philosophy notes by Hermes Trismegistus in this video
Hermes Trismegistus: 580–470 bce, Ionian poet, satirist, philosopher, and theologian, was born in Colophon, a wealthy city of liona. Historical and mythological figures associated with Hermes Trismegistus: Thoth (Egyptian Paganism): Egyptian god of wisdom, learning and communications. He is the scribe of the gods and was believed to have invented language, the alphabet and writing (i.e. hieroglyphs). Hermes Trismegistus (from Ancient Greek: Ἑρμῆς ὁ Τρισμέγιστος, “Hermes the Thrice-Greatest”; Classical Latin: Mercurius ter Maximus) is a legendary Hellenistic figure that originated as a syncretic combination of the Greek god Hermes and the Egyptian god Thoth. Ref. The Kybalion (full title: The Kybalion: A Study of the Hermetic Philosophy of Ancient Egypt and Greece) is a book originally published in 1908 by “Three Initiates” (often identified as the New Thought pioneer William Walker Atkinson, 1862–1932) that purports to convey the teachings of Hermes Trismegistus.
please enjoy the secret to happiness through learning the great philosophy by the great historic people.
A joke is a short humorous piece of oral literature in which the funniness culminates in the final sentence, called the punchline. In fact, the main condition is that the tension should reach its highest level at the very end. No continuation relieving the tension should be added. As for its being “oral,” it is true that jokes may appear printed, but when further transferred, there is no obligation to reproduce the text verbatim, as in the case of poetry. A joke is a display of humour in which words are used within a specific and well-defined narrative structure to make people laugh and is usually not meant to be taken seriously. It takes the form of a story, usually with dialogue, and ends in a punch line. It is in the punch line that the audience becomes aware that the story contains a second, conflicting meaning.