Tuesday, March 8, 2011

The Woman and the Cat

Every woman has something feline, purr, soft and at the same time she is ready at any moment to release her claws.

Do you remember story by Kipling - “The cat, that walking by himself”?
It's one of my favorite’s stories. In short, in prehistoric times the Woman told to the wild Man to move to the cave and tame wild animals for their needs. Dog, Horse, and Cow come out of the Wild Woods and become tame. But Cat refused - “I am not a friend and I am not a servant. I am the Cat who walks by himself and all places are alike to me.” After all, although the Cat could sit by the fire in the cave and had his milk, when night comes, he is once again the Cat that walks by himself.



Speaking of the Woman and the Cat, let me introduce Albina – the great bead working artist and a cat-person (by her words) :). All cat lovers should see her lovely story – “My pets”.






Tribal woman - she is a special story. Her knowledge of the Nature didn't come from numerous experiments and statistics it is intuitive and comes from the deeps of her heart.All around her endowed with the meaning. Her Jewelry is not an exception.


Human skull is often symbolized the death and the morality, but also is a symbol the circle of life.




Basic shapes (lines, dots, triangles and squares) – represents different energies or aspects of the Nature.










To me, in this story, the Cat and the prehistoric Woman are just two aspects of the Nature of women.The Woman in the story represents a wife for her husband and a mother to her children - the hearth keeper, while the Cat is freedom loving, the most wild aspect of the women. I believe that both these aspects are very important and to keep them under the same “roof” is a greatest talent and challenge for every woman.

Happy 8th March my dear women!


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4 comments:

DemyBlackDesign said...

Amazing story! Thanks for share!

Lanadearg said...

Wery interesting, thanks!
The cat is cool.

SocksAndMittens said...

Great post, thank you for sharing!

Albina Manning said...

Very interesting article!