Saturday, September 4, 2010
Six of Diamonds
Honeybees use their legs for collecting pollen, storing pollen, and cleaning their antennae. Your legs can be used for similar functions. They are your main source of mobility, but you limit yourself when you only use them for walking and standing. While you only have 2 legs and not 6 like the honeybee, you can also collect, store, and clean with them. When you walk, you collect data and images as you move. This collection can be used later for reference to help you convince others to take a similar journey. When you stand, you rise above distractions and elevate your point of view. Remember, or store, how the upright position gives you a preview of where you may want to go. When you kick your legs, you clear the space around you. This helps to cleanse your environment and sharpen your awareness of what is going on around you.