Hermes, one of the 12 great Greek Gods. He accepts pleas to those who ask. In Greek mythology, he is the main messenger of the gods, protector of businesses, he is clever, mischievous, swuftmedd and fluidity, finder of things lost and the guide for souls who have made the ultimate transition from life to death.
Day 6: Favorite MAJOR Greek God/Goddess. This is actually really hard. I like Apollo, Hermes, Hades, Dionysus, Hestia (YEAH SHE'S MAJOR GET OVER YOURSELF), and Hephaestus. So any and all of them. I don't blame any of them for issues with their kids because to me they at least try. They aren't raging jerks like Ares or Zeus or Hera. They have issues and they have strengths, plus most of them have an actual sense of humor. I think by Godly standards they're all pretty cool. Even Hades.
I found this display of scarves at an Hermes store in Amsterdam. Each scarf is brightly colored and neatly organized by color as well. This is visually very appealing but also makes the shopper want to individually look at each scarf. Although all of the scarves are organized together, the patterns on each scarf are completely different.
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But the prize for the most virtuosic deployment of the work uniform today goes to Christine Lagarde, the French lawyer who runs the International Monetary Fund. Her tailored dark (black or charcoal) suits are accessorized with a great haircut, dangling pearl earrings, and an Hermès scarf. That’s it. She’s nearly 60 and succeeds in looking both female and powerful without seeming to overthink either. Never has so little looked like so much.
From the earliest times, Hermes was the mystagogue and psycho pomp of the alchemists, their friend and counselor, who leads them to the goal of their work. He is “like a teacher mediating between the stone and the disciple.” To others the friend appears in the shape of Christ or Khidr or a visible or invisible guru, or some other personal guide or leader figure.