New Sisyphus as a Jerusalem Baker

Sisyphus by Titian, 1549

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There are ideas as old as the oldest Mythologies embodied in our reality: one example is this modern Sisyphus, a contemporary of ours, and he moves mountains of…bread, all uphill, and succeeds in his burdens.

Re-blogging only made sense: Keep Sisyphus moving his bread!

Thanks Frizztext!

Flickr Comments

A baker in Jerusalem doing his hard job vs. gravity – one of the typical street shots of the photographer David Mor
Wrestling With Gravity
photo via flickr.com by David Mor sent to my flickr group BLOG IT! – click on the photo to enter his collection and find many more of shots taken in Jerusalem…
the photographer himself comments this photo:
“I can assure you the sweet buns are delicious especially when they are straight from the oven but to get them fresh and at a fair price you must be up before sunrise and find the bakery in a small dark alley somewhere in the Muslim quarter…”
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P.S. by frizztext:
My father was a baker …
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Philosophical Quotation:
“The struggle itself toward the heights is enough to fill a man’s heart.”
Albert Camus / The Myth of Sisyphus
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six more JERUSALEM photos by DAVID MOR
(click on the…

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8 responses to “New Sisyphus as a Jerusalem Baker

  1. A catastrophe in the making if I had to move such a yummy item this way!

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  2. thanks George, for re-blogging!
    I like your self-description:
    Cogito ergo sum:
    But on the other hand thinking to much tends to give me a headache,
    so I try to take it easy, hang loose, have a good time,
    – and make it educational too …

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