Inside of wood burns the potential for the passion of fire,🔥 to glow, to shine and to keep things warm. If directed properly it can be beneficial for all. It also has the power to engulf everything in its path, and just like every man, woman and child, inside of them burns a fire of🔥 passion, love, hope peace and desires. If tended to properly they can make positive changes in their own world and make it a better place and in turn, they can touch and move others around them in a positive light. Man can also be like the fire and engulf everything in its path. Be the fire for positive changes.
Each day we wake up and we look in the mirror, each day others wake up and look in the mirror and each day everyone has the opportunity to make a difference in their world, but each day some of us just look past the mirror and discount our self-worth. We all have a grand opportunity to look at others in the way we never have before, beyond the labels, colors and how society judges us. How others see themselves is probably no difference in how you see yourself. This is a grand time, an opportunity to bring joy and happiness to others without much effort. It takes less energy to smile than to frown. How will you look at the living mirrors that cross your path each and every day?
The INCA CROSS (known in the traditional Peruvian Quechua language as “Chakana”) is symbolic of the “Southern Cross” constellation …prominent in the southern sky. “Chakana” resembles a series of steps and represents the three levels of existence in the world of the INCA.
The first step, symbolized by the SNAKE, represents the underworld and death. The second level represents the present, human life, and is represented by the COUGAR (Puma). The highest step represents the celestial/spiritual plane of the gods and is symbolized by the CONDOR. The central circle is Q’OSQO (Cusco), the political and religious center of the great INCA empire.
The INCA people, who worshiped INTI, the sun god, as their supreme god, and thus called themselves “the children of the sun”, dominated the western regions of South America when the Spanish conquistadores arrived in the 15th century.