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Maya Myth Of The Man Infinite Hunger

Maya Myth of creating the Man. The Man with skills, The Man with the drive, with the power to manage the known and conquered unknown. As in the last words ot the shaman, the Man earned an infinite hunger for wanting more - the hunger driven by emtyness and fear in us.

And a Man sat alone. Drenched deep in sadnesss.  And all the animals drew near to him and said: „We do not like to see you so sad… Ask you for whatever you wish and you shall have it.“

And The Man said: „I want to have a good sight.“ The vulture replied: „You shall have mine.“

The Man said: „I want to be strong.“  The jaguar said: „You shal be strong like me.“

Than the Man said: „ I long the secret of the earth.“ The serpent replied: „I will show them to You.“

And so it went with all animals. And hen the Man had all the gifts that Theky could give … he left. Than the owl said to the other animals: „Now the Man knows much and is able to do many things …

„Suddenly I am afraid.“ The deer said: „The man has all that he needs. 

Now his sadness will stop.“ But the owl replied: „No.“

I saw a hole in the Man.“ Deep like a hunger he will never fill …

It is what makes his sad and what makes him want. He will go on taking and taking untill one day the World will say: „I am no more and I have nothing to give."

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