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Yin and Yang

Not all people who do bad are devil. Not all people who do good are angels.

Good morning people. Let me start this blog with a fun fact. Bananas and humans share about half the same DNA which means humans are 50% identical to bananas. How crazy is that! So if you put it that way, humans are half bananas and bananas are half-humans.

Ok before going forward, I guess I should apologise for missing my last two blogs. Moving forward, today I would like to tell you guys about something called Yin and Yang.

You guys must have seen this symbol somewhere. In Chinese and Japanese temples, movies, tattoos etc. This symbol is called Yin-Yang. Most people think that it means that every good has bad and every bad has good. Well, it's a bit more complicated than that. It's more like tragedy turns to comedy. The part with more black is yin and the part with more white is yang. Let me introduce you to each side separately.

The Yin (white side) is acquiescent, instinctive, creative, dark, still, cold and contracting. It has a female spirit. It is sweet and calm but gives birth to chaos. It is the structure and it ascends energy. It is the unknown. It represents fear.

Then comes Yang (black side), this side is active, light, dominating, strong, moving, hot and expanding. This side is very expressive. This is function and descends energy. It is the known. It represents a challenge.

The outer circle represents the universe and everything in it. The smaller inner circles represent everything that carries the seed of the other.

Yin and yang are two sides of the same coin. This also means that it is no good or bad. No positive or negative. No opposites. It means that who you are and whatever is around you is your doing. Something like Karma. It isn't like stupidity which some great souls have since the beginning. Yin-yang means that a person is not born good or evil. Good or bad isn't something that a person is naturally gifted or cursed with.

Remember that we are freaks, we are fragile and life is not a problem to be solved but a reality to be experienced.

Goodbye and see you next Sunday.

Love Scarlett 😊


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