Day 4 Hydra part 1

The Greek Dance Song

22nd September 2017, 12:00

The day I’ve met the spark…

Hydra – Υδρα

  • Country: Greece
  • Administrative region: Attica
  • Municipality: 64,443 Km2
  • Population: 1966 (2011)
  • Time zone: UTC +2, +3 in summer
  • Vehicle registration: Z.

Hydra is one of the Saronic islands of Greece located on the Aegean Sea between the Saronic Gulf and the Argolic Gulf.

It is separated from Peloponnese by a narrow strip of water.



In the Greek mythology, Hydra was a giant water snake with many heads, that lived in a swamp near Lerna in the land of Argos.


They say that the second of the 12 labours of Hercule, was to kill Hydra snake. However, when a head was cut, 2 more grew in its place. To defeat the monster, as soon as Hercule cut off one head, his friend Iolaus would seal the wound with a hot iron so that nothing could grow to replace it.

Some say that the sun has its way to show us the way to happiness and the moon mysterious like it is, the path to love.


For me… as long as the sun is up in the blue sky, I’m happy and I see all the beauty that the ancient Gods created on this land and when I’m smiling people around me cannot resist being serious they smile too :).


Sometimes I think that everyone has a purpose in life and mine is to make people smile, as long as I can bring a smile to a serious expression, I declare myself pleased for the day.

Life is more than just achieving targets at work, finding the best solution under an SLA time, providing the technical robotic answers to your managers, being a robot to please them… life begins when you love what you are doing, when things come naturally not forced, when you love to make someone else happy…

A person’s productivity occurs, when it’s given a chance and let them grow harmoniously, then they will give their best 200%.

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