The Indestructible

Extenua the indestructible infatigabilidade of most sublime of the goddesses, the land, digging it year after year, dragging with horses for there and here the ploughs. Always sly, the man tangles the flock of the birds in revoada hunts the animals of the forest and the living agitated ones of the sea. With astuteness he dominates the animal, that it spends the night and it walks for mounts. It overwhelms the back of rough horsehairs of corcel and puts the yoke of the yokes wooden to the bull not domesticated. Itself exactly it found in such a way in sounding of the word in the understanding, that, with the rapidity of the wind, everything accumulates of stocks, as in the bravery, with that it dominates the cities. Equally it thought as to escape to the darts of the climate as well as the inclemencies of the cold. Setting it way in all part, unprovided of experience and in aporia, arrives it at the Nothing. The death is the only aggression, of that not if it can defends for no escape, even so obtains to esquivar itself skillful has lain to the penalties of the disease.

Garboso very even so, because it dominates, more than what the waited one, the ability inventive, even falls many times in the perversity, others he leave well noble companies. Among the former-conjurada laws of the land and conjuncture for deuses it walks. When sobrepujar the place loses, it, makes it to the audacity to favor not-to be against the being. That one that puts this in workmanships, if does not become so little familiar of my fireplace nor mine to know desvairar-se&#039 shares with me its; ' (SFLOCES, Antgona. Apud (HEIDEGGER M., Introduction to metaphysics, 1969) In turn, fbula of Higino says in them: Certain time, crossing a river, ' ' cura' ' it saw an argillaceous land piece: cogitating, it took a piece and it started to give form to it.