Would you rather like to see how Earth was created or how Earth ends? Why?
I have no huge interest in geology, but seeing how Earth was created could be interesting – to be able to witness the whole process, how God was thinking when creating it and why things are the way they are, what it all looked like at the beginning. – I believe that as for the end, we’ll all be able to see it in some way or another, wherever we’ll be at that point. Plus, if you know how something was created, I suppose it’s easier to figure out how it may end.
How about you? 🙂
This is a typical, classic example of a Sami joik, and I really like the feel of it! Sadly, again, I was unable to find a reliable translation. One that I found, but somehow don’t think it’s perfecty reliable, would indicate that the song is about the Earth, that it is our mother and that people need to go back to their roots and where they come from, and save the Earth from the pollution. And gula would mean listen.
Fire, Earth, air or water elemental?
I remember that I once took some sort of an elements-based personality test or something, and it said I’m most like water, and I would agree with it. But then I am an Aquarius and that’s apparently an air sign. I don’t feel much like an Aquarius though, maybe apart my curiosity. I feel some sort of a liking to all of the elements, but I guess water and fire most of all, hugely because they are my synaesthetic associations with a lot of things and people I feel a close connection to.
How about you? 🙂
And the song for today is from another teenager. I say another ’cause as you may remember a couple of days ago I shared a song from 15-year-old Norwegian girl Emma Steinbakken, and today we have another teenager, this time from Sweden, and her name is Ida-Lova, Ida-Lova Linn. The song is in a different style though. I heard it for the first time quite a while ago and although I don’t know if there’s anything really really special about it, it somehow captured me and my brain, and I think there is something nice and charming about it and I just simply like it a lot.