"Anyway, after the Mythrrim left us, the Mayanabi Nomads set about the business at hand: Remembrance. Soon no portion of the world was left untouched by the storytelling of this group. Certain areas of Mnemlith were entrusted with the memory of a particular Greatkin. Suxonli was given the Remembrance of Rimble. Now called the Trickster's Hallows.
Each Remembrance--each festival ritual--was very potent. Typical of the teaching of the Mythrrim themselves, a properly done Remembrance did more than simply entertain. It literally altered the inner psyches of those listening to the recitation. The ritual, you see, was simply an outer working of the power or influence of the particular Greatkin being honored. In a very real sense, a properly done Remembrance causes a kind of spiritual quickening. It prepares people for the experience of kinhearth--for direct contact with the Presence."
--from Contrarywise by Zohra Greenhalgh (pg 119) (c)1989
"Come to the edge." "We can't. We're afraid." "Come to the edge." "We can't. We will fall!" "Come to the edge." And they came. And he pushed them. And they flew. --Guillaume Apollinaire, 1880-1918, French Poet/Philosopher