Fire and Ice / Feuer und Eis / Fogo e Gelo / Fuego y Hielo

An ancient indian clan known as the Hopi tribe, which is still 18,327 strong, has described how the apocalypse will arrive.

The tribe claims that we now live in the fourth World after the previous three were destroyed by fire and ice. Fire and ice are equally potent to destroy the World.

Fire evidently means passion or heat of Love. Passion represents fiery ambitions of people. The World often becomes unfortunate victim of these people. Ice is symbolic of cold hatred and indifference.

People live inside their walls and react indifferently to the miseries of other people. Hatred is a consequence of thought, of a conscious choice.

Some scientists believe that the World will be incinerated from its fiery core, while others are convinced that a coming ice age will destroy all living things on the earth’s surface.

Instead of maintaining a strictly scientific perspective on this debate, there is a more emotional side, associating passionate desire with fire and hatred with ice.

Within this view of the two elements, the World can be recognized as a relationship. Too much fire and passion can quickly consume a relationship, while cold indifference and hate can be equally destructive.

The World is nothing more than a state matter, a volatile state that requires certain conditions to maintain its equilibrium.

Nature regulates these conditions in cycles perfectly, but there is an element that interferes in this unstable balance, the Salt of the Earth, Human beings.

Pleasure and death are combined in every living being without altering the natural order. Except in our species, in which the balance favours the pleasure without realizing what it entails.

Some say the world will end in fire,

Some say in ice.

From what I’ve tasted of desire

I hold with those who favor fire.

But if it had to perish twice,

I think I know enough of hate

To say that for destruction

ice Is also great

And would suffice.

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