«ANTISTHENES says that in a certain FARAWAY LAND
the COLD is so intense that WORDS FREEZE as soon as they are UTTERED,
and after some time then THAW and BECOME AUDIBLE,
so that WORDS spoken in WINTER go UNHEARD until the NEXT SUMMER.»
PLUTARCH (46 AD – 120 AD) - Greek biographer and essayist.
I'M BRAINY MOHAN, THE MYSTERIOUS CAT FROM THIS FARAWAY LAND WHERE THE COLD IS SO INTENSE, THAT I SPEAK WITH MY BRIGHT EYES AND NOT WITH IDLE WORDS!
«BLOW, BLOW, THOU WINTER WIND, THOU ART NOT SO UNKIND, AS MAN'S INGRATITUDE;
THY TOOTH IS NOT SO KEEN, BECAUSE THOU ART NOT SEEN, ALTHOUGH THY BREATH BE RUDE ....»
WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE (1564 – 1616).
As You Like It, Act II, Scene VII