posted on Jul, 21 2012 @ 04:57 AM
reply to post by ladyteeny
What could they do besides eat, sleep...Hmm, I wonder how often they had sex. (I'm being serious.) I guess maybe not often since they might have
needed to limit the number of mouths to feed.
What about playing games? Maybe they didn't have time for that. They might have spent a lot of time gathering food, building traps, making repairs on
buildings, making new buildings. Perhaps they had a lot of things to do and didn't have so much spare time.
They were very in tune with the sun, though, always, because the darkness was scary. Go sleep outside one night in a sleeping bag...hell, I'm scared
of just the bugs. These people had panthers and jaguars (I guess?) to worry about, and wild boars and other things. (I'm not too good with what
animals live there.) So, when the sun came up, they were all saved. That's why people today consider "the [Sun]" their savior. Even today, if it
doesn't come up, we all die eventually. Sounds like it is worth worshiping or at least being thankful for.