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    Quote Originally Posted by sooo View Post
    I mean to say it's a metaphor.
    Hi, Bruce:

    I agree with you.

    Of course, don´t you believe that it could be also a metaphor for LOST DESIRE? (1)

    Yours,

    Charly


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    (1) 龜頭 guī​tóu​ = head of a turtle / glans penis
    [Source: MDBG online dictionary]
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    ... not a metaphor, but the specific kind/species of tortoise ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by charly View Post
    Hi, Bruce:

    I agree with you.

    Of course, don´t you believe that it could be also a metaphor for LOST DESIRE? (1)

    Yours,

    Charly


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    (1) 龜頭 guī​tóu​ = head of a turtle / glans penis
    [Source: MDBG online dictionary]
    Ch.
    Hi Charly,

    I see it applying to anything one chooses to let loose, but mostly ones self reliance. However, if I read your connotation correctly, some losses are inevitable with aging and/or illness. But I don't think that's what's being referred to in 27.1, but rather a willful act of neglect of nourishment. That which is loosely called magic is generally transmutable. But if one willfully relinquishes ones power, it's not the tortoise's fault.

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