ποιά άστρα να'ναι
look, those stars
your brothers are
*Dioskouroi, the brothers of Helen of Troy, who became stars. Thank you very much, Makis (http://kirikion.blogspot.gr/). Some old sailors proverbs:
- Our passions are the winds that propel our vessel. Our reason is the pilot that steers her. Without winds the vessel would not move and without a pilot she would be lost.
- No matter how treacherous is the sea, a woman will always be more so.
- The water in which one drowns is always an ocean.
- No matter how big the sea may be, sometimes two ships meet.
- He that is embarked with the devil must sail with him.
- All the water in the sea doesn't even reach the knees of the man who fears not death.
- Each man makes his own shipwreck.
- I must go down to the sea again, to the lonely sea and the sky. And all I ask is a tall ship and a star to steer her by.
- It's out there at sea that you are really yourself.
For you also, last, but not least, a "gift", Eris's Apple, the goddess of Discord.