"Let us think again about the negative relationship between power and pace. Power imposes, before anything else, the pace (of all things: life, time, thoughts, discourse). The idiorrhythmic demand always goes against power. Idiorrhythmy: the production of rhythmós, in other words, of flexible, available, mobile rhythm; a temporary form, but still, a form".
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Diana was the goddess of the hunt and the moon in Roman mythology. She was very strong and powerful, and better known as the pure goddess, daughter of Jupiter and Latona, and twin sister of Phoebus. Indifferent to love and a tireless huntress, Diana was worshipped in rustic temples in the forests, where hunters would offer her sacrifices. In Roman mythology, Diana was the goddess of wild animals and the hunt, as well as domestic animals. In Roman art, she was usually depicted as a huntress, with a bow and quiver, and either a dog or a deer. Source: Wikipedia.
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Parkour is a practice where people aim to transpose obstacles in their way in either urban or rural settings: tree trunks, rocks, fences, walls, etc. Male practitioners of parkour are known as traceurs, with the feminine form being traceuse, owing to the sport’s French origin.