The image is something I want to represent a personal philosophy I’m working on, sort of a joining of some of Nietzsche’s main tenants with a non-religious/original (arguably?) Buddhist approach; Nietzsche uses the Greek view of Apollo representing reason, Dionysus representing emotion/passion. This signifies a lot, too much to go into detail here. Nietzsche believed fear of failure/doing/risking stops us realising our true potential (the Overman). I agree:) I also feel that using a Buddhist approach would help greatly in finding that fear.
The image is set around a cross-like-compass with fear at the bottom, Apollo on the right, Dionysus on the left, and a yingyang at the top.
I find it very thought provoking and stimulating to have it up/in various places, never know when you may get a new idea:)
I love ancient Greek history and as such would like to have the words written in that language.
So if anyone could help translate the words please:) I’m also a little unsure what god would best represent the fear mentioned above?
Hope I didn’t ramble on too much, and hope it makes sense.