I'M HELIOS, THE SIBERIAN PUSS!
HELIOS - ANNOYED ABOUT THE CROWNS OF CREATION!
You have no idea how grateful we are for the visits of the Crowns of Creation!
Your loud Clamor and Noise is always a welcome diversion in the boring Life of us Forest Dwellers!
What a joy for us when you let your yapping Mutt run around freely in our forest.
How good to all Forest Plants, which you trample ruthlessly on the quest for a snug picnic area in our forest!
What a thrill for us, when you, in disregard of all bans, make everywhere open Fires!
How nice, that you dump your whole Garbage always here before you at last vamoose home!
What an Eye Candy, to look at all the empty Beer Cans, PET Bottles and Plastic Bags, that mess our forest up!
HELIOS - WITH UNCONCEALED SARCASM!
I wish you a joyous ride home in your sport utility vehicle with permanent 4-wheel drive, which you have not yet paid off!
Besides you, on the passenger seat, your constantly nagging wife!
Behind you, on the back seat, your mewl kids!
And in addition, a dumb mutt who incessantly barks!
HELIOS - FULL OF GLOATING!
Soon is your weekend over!
And tomorrow you have to fritter your anyway fucking life again away with your dull witted job!
And keep in mind, it's better when you evade your boss!
He is in a bad temper too, for he had likewise such a sucky ride home, like you!
HELIOS - SOME FOOD FOR THOUGHTS BY ALEXANDER VON HUMBOLDT!
Mere communion with nature, mere contact with the free air, exercise a soothing yet comforting and strengthening influence on the wearied mind, calm the storm of passion, and soften the heart when shaken by sorrow to its inmost depths.
With most animals, as with man, the alertness of the senses diminishes after years of work, after domestic habits and progress of culture.
ALEXANDER VON HUMBOLDT (14 September 1769 – 6 May 1859)
German polymath, geographer, naturalist, explorer, and proponent of Romantic philosophy and science.
Humboldt travelled extensively in both Americas, exploring and describing them for the first time from a modern Western scientific point of view.