Horus is one of the most famous and recognizable gods of ancient Egyptian mythology. Hathor, sometimes depicted as his mother, sometimes as his wife, is lesser known in mainstream history. Both deities were the personification of goodness and light, the masculine and feminine representations of the good in humanity.
This piece is not about gender, though it does represent a unification of the male and female energies inside everyone. There is Duality in life and all of us: from the right and left brain hemispheres and the reproductive systems of nature to the simultaneous Fear and Courage inside each one of us.
Hathus is a reminder to wonder at the amazing place we call home, a nod to take time to think above our daily duties and distractions. Most of all, its a piece that calls for you to find your centre and feel whole, to acknowledge both the fright and bravery, to strive to overcome self-doubt and fear by understanding yourself, by accepting all of you.
"Neglecting to broaden their view has kept some men doing one thing all their lives." -Napoleon Hill