"The old things always defeat the new"
Ike, I've been told I have the anger of the Celts or the Vikings and the type of deep thought processes of the Druids and Native Americans by numerous people that have met me personally. I am half Cherokee thanks to my birth mother so I would suppose that would give me my more "earthy and relaxed" side of me. As for the image itself, it used to represent my absolute anger at just about everything that made life more complicated (humans are the number one culprit) and over time this has subsided to a point that the peace side of me is more stronger than my angry side. The image also represents the mystery side of me; people who have met and know me personally are surprised how much they can confide in me what they say to me. I've had friends that come to me with VERY serious issues or personal problems and I do my best to explain "the three sides to every rule" to them. No matter what they choose to do, it usually will not be what they expect to happen so I tell them to choose the best option and go with it that will make them more confident and comfortable.
Anyway, there's not much to know about me except that many of my friends pass away at quite young ages which is sad as they are the ones I get along with. My one Native American friend passed away at 25 and my last friend I lost was 35. I don't ask why, I just know there must had been a reason they came to me to talk with them. I cherished those moments and miss them of course.
Maybe this explains it a bit better above as I don't know what else to say.