Lines from the Havamal in the Poetic Edda, translate as: "The lame man rides a horse, the handless may drive herds... Better blind than to burn on the pyre!" This piece serves as a potent reminder of life's great gift: the power to be and do and act in the world while we yet live, to live fully and boldly, and by our actions make a difference. This same attitude keeps the ravening wolves of chaos firmly bound. Hail brave Tyr, who nobly sacrificed for the good of all!