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The Amaru legend is a story of creation and regeneration that is steeped in the rich cultural heritage of the Inca and pre-Inca civilizations of Peru. According to the legend, Amaru is a giant serpent, the god of creation and regeneration, who created the world and all living things. He is often associated with nature and fertility, and is considered a symbol of eternal life and immortality.The story goes that Amaru, the great serpent, emerged from the depths of the earth, and with his powerful coils, he created the mountains, the valleys and the rivers. He then breathed life into the plants, the animals and the people, bringing them all into being. And so the world was created, and Amaru became the guardian of all living things, watching over them as they grew and thrived.But Amaru was not content to simply watch over his creation, he also desired to be a part of it. So he coiled himself around a tree, and with his powerful tail, he created a great spiral of life, that would forever connect all living things to the earth and to each other.

The Ka legend is another ancient story that tells of the wisdom of the earth. According to the legend, Ka is the vital force that animates all living things. It is the source of all energy and power, and is associated with wisdom, knowledge and understanding. Ka is also considered the protector and guardian of the Egyptian royal family.The story goes that Ka was born from the union of the sun god, Ra, and the earth goddess, Geb. He was the embodiment of the earth's soul, and as such, he was responsible for all that lived upon it. He was the one who gave life to the plants, the animals and the people, and he was the one who watched over them as they grew and thrived.In both legends, Amaru and Ka, we can see the importance of the earth and its connection to the living things that inhabit it. These stories remind us of our place in the world and our connection to the earth and to each other. They remind us that we are all part of one great spiral of life, and that we must take care of the earth and all its inhabitants if we wish to continue to thrive.

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Un être humain devrait savoir changer une couche-culotte, planifier une invasion, égorger un mouton ou un cochon, manœuvrer un navire, concevoir un bâtiment, écrire un sonnet, faire un bilan comptable, monter un mur, réduire une fracture, soutenir un mourant, prendre des ordres, donner des ordres, coopérer, agir seul, résoudre des équations, analyser un nouveau problème, répandre de l’engrais, programmer un ordinateur, cuisiner un bon repas, se battre efficacement, et mourir bravement.
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Robert Heinlein


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