What if you could control an element? — 7 Comments

  1. I think you would always need control of all four elements that the Greeks believed existed. If you wanted to specialise on “earth” and the plants and animals thereon, then you would need water to feed them, air to give them life and fire to clear away and thin the forests.

    But, if I ignore that particular problem, then I too would elect for Air. Why? Simple; it is the world of the dragon. When one of my dragon characters is dying, he asks for help so that he can fly one more time and his dragon rider who he loves does not have to deal with his vast body.

    β€œI do not want to stay here.” His voice was shaky. β€œThis place is so beautiful, and the people so kind. I do not want them or you to have to deal with me. You love me most when I am up there, in the air, the place where all dragons belong. That is where I want you to see me last, not stranded on the ground, a pathetic beast!”

    So, yes, I would also choose the air.

  2. Water; not just because I’m Aquarius and like swimming in and looking at the sea.Everyone in the world has air,even though we do our best to poison it. Water takes up most of the earth and yet people suffer droughts. I Goddess Aquaria would redistribute it fairly!

  3. As a Californian, I’d have to choose water. I have driven through the Central Valley, seen the fallow fields and the signs desperate farmers have put up because politicians have sent 2/3 of their water to the ocean to save an unendangered fish. I have also seen the cities with dangerous floods caused from too much water and a dam in the northern part of my state about to break. I would love to be able to see that everyone on earth had just enough clean water to meet their needs and that farmers worldwide would have enough to grow their crops.

  4. Oh those are excellent reasons to have control over water! Could you make it stop turning my hair frizzy too please? πŸ™‚

  5. I love how different people are drawn to the different elements! And it’s super interesting how it so often does tie in with our signs. As a Libra, air is my element and I honestly hadn’t even considered that when I wrote the article. It was my daughter who pointed it out, when she choose fire which is the element for her sign of Leo. I love this stuff! πŸ™‚

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