A walk to remember

I was asked three years ago “What is your favorite romantic-drama-movie?”

I replied: “A walk to remember.”

Noone ever asked why.

So here is the answer:

Because of the sheer amount of strenght the guy shows carrying someone to the grave and not running away even though he knows that the girl wont last very long. Even though he loosese all his friends in the process. That is strenght of character. He never gave up and gave her the “perfect” moment. An act of perfect self-sacrifice and compassion for other-self.

It is the “crux ansata” as seen on this pillar. Some call it, the key to life. It means “perfect sacrifice”

In 2014 I met a Doctor  MD who explained to me how patients who lost the will to live would die from their ilnesses, even though they had opportunities to survive had the will been there. He explained to me how that caused great distress in doctors and that it often caused depression in doctors. I understand.

Time to watch the movie again with “different eyes”

crux ansata.jpg

93.24 Questioner: I am assuming that you mean one full question, and I’ll make that question: I’d like to know the significance of the shape of the crux ansata, and if that’s too much of an answer I will just ask if there is anything we can do to make the instrument more comfortable or improve the contact?

Ra: I am Ra. There are mathematical ratios within this image which may yield informative insights to one fond of riddles. We shall not untangle the riddle. We may indicate that the crux ansata is a part of the concept complexes of the archetypical mind, the circle indicating the magic of the spirit, the cross indicating that nature of manifestation which may only be valued by the losing. Thus the crux ansata is intended to be seen as an image of the eternal in and through manifestation and beyond manifestation through the sacrifice and transformation of that which is manifest.


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