"The greatest fear people have is that of being themselves. They want to be someone else. They do what everyone else does even if it doesn't fit where and who they are. But you get no where that way; your energy is weak and no one pays attention to you, You're running away from the ONE thing you own--what makes you different. I lost that fear. And once I felt the power that I had by showing the world I didn't care about being like other people, I can never go back." - Curtis Jackson
The moment you were born you came into this life with the only REAL possessions that ever matter... Your body, the time you have to live, your autonomy, and all the gifted unique thoughts and ideas you have. Somewhere along the years you tend to give this all away..tarnishing your authenticity. All the while over the hard working years at your decent job you tend to glance back at what you wish you have pursued...countless to say that your witty ideas has grown to life through the hands of other individuals. The loss of energy to turn back so you conform towards a safe path to mask your inability of Self-Reliance and creativity. Now your dependant at the crutches of your job...your lack of Leadership has only lead you under the wings of your employer who only gave you 2-3 days out of the week to live your real life. Time is of essence now, your long pursuit to happiness has foiled and before its too late you've then realized you are not a man of value.
In addition to showing the time of day, the 2nd Century BC Astronomical Clock was used to calculate the Sun, Moon, Stars, and Zodiacial signs. In the Center of the dials which are not included in the artwork is usually marked with a disc or sphere representing the Earth center of the Solar system. Aside from modern replicas, Ancient Astronomical Clocks no longer exist but detailed description of there design and construction still survive. Built as demonstration and exhibition pieces, they were highly to impress as well as educate and inform. The challenge of building these masterpieces demonstrated technical skill and their patron's Wealth.
In Prague, Natives claim that when the timepieces were created the town officials had the Clock maker blinded so that he would never duplicate his mastery with his hands. In Vengeance, the blind man had men climb the tower to stop his creation. The clock remained silent for more than fifty years.