At our birth everyone of us have given climbing ropes with different length. We have very different skills to climb them. In our life the aim is to climb our own rope. Many times, again and again! But after the reaching the top we have to return to stay in touch with the Earth. When Antaeus becomes to separate from Gaia, the mother Earth, he becomes destroyable. We must not lose the connection with Gaia. Therefore, we have to return from time to time, and have to recharge with new power again and again before we continue our life-long climbing."

Dr. Mihály Mőcsényi 

founder of the faculty of landscape architecture in Hungary, Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe Award recipient, landscape architect