Veni, vidi, vici.
Caesar’s immortal words accompany us on our journey to the mountains as we explore the views, searching for the invisible. Mountains are our teachers. They offer wisdom and force us to stay calm, to enjoy the power of the present, just as Eckhard Tolle wrote. They teach us to overcome challenges, to push the envelope, or to awake our internal angel or devil.
And it happened as we looked at Roháče, the second largest mountain in Slovakia. The name Roháče (in Slovak the word roh means horn) comes from the shape of the two peaks Ostrý Roháč (Sharp Horn) and Plačlivé (Tearful), which together form "the devil’s horns".
9. Jul 2019 at 12:15 | Gabriela Psotková, Valéria Polovková