Asthmatic Allergic

WHERE THESE ALLERGIES COME FROM, HOW TO RECOGNIZE AND PREVENT THEM?  

According to a recent survey published by the asthma allergies association many parents underestimate the risks of allergies in children. They can however be food respiratory cutaneous. We react so as not to let them spoil the life of our little ones.

WHAT IS AN ALLERGY?

It is an inappropriate reaction of the immune system against harmlessly based substances encountered by ingestion inhalation or contact with skin. The white blood cells then release various compounds that cause inflammation. children have been more and more concerned over the past twenty years.

WHERE HE DID COME FROM?

  1. Hygienism. According to this hypothesis the young are no longer sufficiently exposed to microbes in their environment so that their immune system is less seasoned in the face of daily aggressions.
  2. The introduction of new proteins peas broad beans lupine etc. Into multiple foods could promote food allergies.
  3. Birth by caesarean section during the first months of life would induce intestinal flora unfavorable to the immune system unde r construction.
  4. Environmental pollution appears to be the cause of pollen allergies on the other hand it worsens asthma.

HOW TO RECOGNIZE THEM?  

Skin allergies. Atopic eczema occurs between 3 months and 2 years of age in predisposed children. It is often localized on the cheeks and forehead. contact eczema is manifested by itchy red patches vesicles filled with clear fluid and crusts. As for hives it occurs after the ingestion of certain foods penicillin antibiotic after an insect bite or the inhalation of pollens. It causes redness of the  skin and a strong itch even angioedema swelling of the face.

Food allergies They occur with formula or during food diversification and can cause digestive skin or respiratory symptoms. They are most often involved in anaphylactic shock which manifests itself within five to twenty minutes of ingestion of the food that is not tolerated by tingling in the mouth edema of the lips and throat difficulty swallowing and breathing decreased blood pressure or even loss of consciousness. Certain food allergies heal spontaneously like those with milk or eggs which disappear before the age of 6 years.

Respiratory allergies Linked to pollens or mites, they develop later and can induce difficulty breathing, excessive shortness of breath on exertion, coughing, untimely sneezing, itchy eyes.

CAN WE PREVENT IT?

Prevention particularly concerns predisposed families, but must apply to all children.

  • Wash newborns only once in the day and grease their skin with emollients (Stelatopia, Topicrem, etc.) to prevent atopic eczema, which develops on excessively dry skin.
  • Do not sanitize the environment of the young, in order to direct their immune system towards defense against microbes. Unless allergy already known, it is desirable that they be in contact with animals and plants.
  • Begin food diversification from the age of 6 months – late diversification increases the risk of food allergies.
  • Ventilate the house at least thirty minutes a day and do not smoke (even at the window!), In order to limit indoor pollution.

In general, consult as soon as possible if you suspect an allergy. It is essential to prevent the development of multiple allergies. The doctor can order several examinations to identify the cause: the skin test – which involves injecting a very low dose of allergen under the skin -, the patch test, a patch soaked in allergen applied to the back for forty-eight hours or a blood test, which may reveal specific antibodies

WHAT TREATMENTS?

The treatment combines drugs, which relieve symptoms, and avoidance of the allergen. Allergies justify regular monitoring by an allergist who adapts the treatment to the course of the disease and, if necessary, offers desensitization or induction of tolerance in a hospital environment.

  • Antihistamines are effective in rhinitis or conjunctivitis.
  • Corticosteroids, intended to neutralize inflammation, can be prescribed in drops, inhaler or ointment depending on the type of allergy.
  • Bronchodilators are essential during asthma attacks. Children with severe food allergies should always carry an adrenaline pen to inject, which is used to treat anaphylactic shock.

Relaxation or meditation techniques, adapted to the child, help limit stress, which promotes asthma attacks and rashes.

LIVING WELL WITH ALLERGIC

Always consult with doctor to control the symptom, help the child to manage his stress, and avoid the allergen. Keep health!

Home Insurance

What Is Home Insurance?

Home insurance offers cover intended to protect the family patrimony, whether it is housing or furniture, but also the occupants’ civil liability. In the event of a claim, and depending on the cover taken out, this contract provides partial or total reimbursement.

What Does Home Insurance Cover?

Home insurance covers:

  • Damage to property: premises for residential use, fences, retaining walls, outbuildings, veranda, garage, cellar, property development or share of common areas in a condominium.
  • Damage to people.Excluded: buildings under construction, plantations, garden sheds, external pipes, lighting installation, titles and securities, professional goods, the car. However, valuables are treated separately.

What Are The Guarantees ?

The main guarantees offered by a multi-risk home contract concern fire, water damage, glass breakage, freezing of pipes, natural disasters, theft or vandalism. Home insurance also offers an insured liability and privacy guarantee. It thus compensates for material or immaterial damage caused to third parties, neighbours or visitors.

Is Home Insurance Compulsory?

Owners, whether they are occupants or not, are not obliged to take out home insurance. Nevertheless, their responsibility will be engaged in the event of lack of maintenance at the origin of a disaster. The co-owners are obliged to insure themselves at least in civil liability.
Finally, it remains mandatory for tenants. Otherwise, he is liable to possible termination of the lease. Note that if the tenant has still not presented an insurance certificate one month after the signing of the lease, the owner can completely replace him and bill him!
Who should pay for home insurance?
The tenant signing the lease must of course pay his insurance policy. In the case of a property, it is recommended that the bare owner and the usufructuary pay together for the protection of the walls, their personal responsibility and the housing container.

What Price For Home Insurance?

The price of an insurance policy depends on a number of parameters:

  • the living area and the annexes,
  • the adjustment made,
  • the furniture,
  • the amount of the deductible,
  • optional guarantees.

That said, the average price on January 1, 2018 is 225 euros per year for an apartment and 370 euros for a house.

How To Take Out Home Insurance?

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You just have to answer a questionnaire online or at an insurer. No documentary evidence is required, but any false declaration will invalidate the contract. The questions relate to the status of the occupant, its location, the composition of the accommodation, the movable capital, the desired options …

How To Terminate A Home Insurance Contract?

The law provides for several cases to terminate a multi-risk housing contract:
Before the first expiry of the contract, i.e. two months before the anniversary date of its signature by registered letter with acknowledgment of receipt.
After the first due date, at any time during the year, always recommended by AR. The contract ends one month after notification
Following a modification aggravating a risk, for example the arrival of a new occupant or a professional activity in the accommodation.

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BOGOR BOTANICAL GARDEN

BOGOR BOTANICAL GARDEN

After waking up in the morning and having an Indonesian breakfast (mie goreng, or fried noodles), we walk towards the botanical garden. On the side of the presidential palace, you can see hundreds of deer and hinds. It seems to be the attraction of Sunday because street vendors offer carrots and other vegetables to Javanese, who wish to feed these animals. We walk well 45 minutes before finding an entrance to the botanical garden. Entrance is 13,000 IDR for local tourists and 25,000 IDR for foreign, double compared to locals but it’s still very inexpensive (less than $.2 )!

The Bogor Botanical Garden was first opened in 1817. The garden was founded (Bogor was then called Buitenzorg, which means “carefree” in Dutch) by the government of the Netherlands Indies, which wished to gather the plants that Javanese and natives from other regions of their colony used it in their domestic use or as medicine, and to allow to study them in order to use them for commercial purposes. The garden has become a center for the promotion of agriculture and horticulture in Indonesia. The founder of the “Lands Plantentuin”, from the name the Dutch gave him, was Casper Georg Carl Reinwardt, a German who had originally traveled to the Netherlands to study the natural sciences and specialize in botany and in chemistry. In 1817 Reinwardt, who was then 44, was appointed director of agricultural affairs in Java and the surrounding islands. On May 18, 1817, 47 hectares of land surrounding the governor’s palace was converted into a botanical garden and Reinwardt was appointed first director of the Buitenzorg botanical garden from 1817 to 1822. During this period 900 new plantings were carried out in the garden.

In 1848, the garden received four oil palm seeds from the botanical garden (Amsterdam) which had been endowed with two potted palms brought to Amsterdam by the East India Company of Mauritius, which had been producing seeds for six years, which were spread throughout Southeast Asia. These seeds were the first introduced in Indonesia, from there, the cultivation of the oil palm spread throughout the archipelago, making the palm an economic good of primary importance, by providing a source of food and vegetable fibers. may constitute cords or mats. Does palm oil come from the Dutch? Even if we criticize a lot the products using this oil, we must not forget that it is an important economic source for Asia …

We spend more than two hours in this park to admire trees each larger than the other, orchids, a Mexican garden … Many locals spend the day there. It is also a meeting place for lovers.

Personal Accident Insurance

In our live, many risk of accident can be happen to everybody even us. Unexpected accident could be happen too. A sudden fall at work, an assault on the street, a traffic accident.. These are some of the situations that are so much feared and from which no one is immune.

These events – and many others – can result in more or less serious damage, not only on the personal’s health but also on finances: hospitalization, purchase of drugs, sick leave, disability, etc. In short, costly and above all unforeseen expenses.

So, how do you preserve your health and how do you cover all of your costs?
The “Personal accident” insurance contract is the best answer.
What is Personal Accident Insurance?Is this an obligation?
What would I benefit from?
What risks are covered by this insurance?
What are the limits of the guarantees offered?
How to take out this insurance?
What information to provide?
What should you do in the event of a claim?

What is Personal Accident Insurance?

It is an insurance contract that is covering bodily injury and death caused by accident. The covered include finances through the accident i.e. hospitalization, purchase of drugs, etc depend covering on the policy.

Is this an obligation? What the benefit of Personal Accident Insurance?

Personal accident insurance is not compulsory insurance. It is a provident contract which aims to guarantee the payment of indemnities to the insured or his dependents, in the event that the latter is the victim of a bodily accident, both during his professional life and outside of it.

The services that can be provided under this contract correspond to the different situations in which the insured may find himself, following an accident, namely:

  • In the event of death:
  • A capital refer to the value of coverage will be paid to the designated beneficiaries, failing this, to the beneficiaries. In the event of permanent incapacity bodily injury (total or partial): The invalidity bodily injury in this case must be final. In both cases, total or partial the insured will receive the indemnity, paid in the form of capital, the rate of which is equivalent to that of the infirmity. Total permanent injury will be decided when incapacity reach 75% or more.
  • In case of temporary incapacity for work (ITT):
  • Following an accident, the insured may be called upon to temporarily interrupt his work and be deprived of any gain during this period. In this case, the insurer pays the insured the daily allowance provided, until his reinstatement (not exceeding 365 days).

    If the insured does not exercise any profession, the indemnity is paid in full for the time he is obliged to keep the room.

  • Medical, pharmaceutical and hospital costs:
  • Following a guaranteed accident, medical, pharmaceutical and honorarium costs are fully reimbursed, but within the limits set in the specific conditions.

    The reimbursement of medical, pharmaceutical and hospital costs under this contract cannot be combined with that paid by social security. In other words, the reimbursement of these costs will only supplement the sums possibly paid by social security [3].

    Important: The victim and his dependents, retain their right of recourse against the responsible third party except with regard to medical, pharmaceutical and hospital costs, since they are borne by the insurer .

    What risks are covered by this insurance?

    Accidents covered under this contract are those that occur in one of the following circumstances. The consequences of medical or surgical acts, following a covered accident; Accidents occurring while using and driving motor vehicles and pedal cycles; Accidents occurring in self-defence or attempted rescue of people in danger; Accident to the insured when he is transported as a passenger by any means of public passenger transport; Accident resulting from the practice of sports as an amateur Lightning accidents; Insect bites and animal bites. Other risks can be guaranteed. Examples: the practice of all sports on a professional basis, the driving of a motorcycle with a cylinder capacity greater than 50 cc, etc.

    Important: The following are not considered accidents:
    Surgical operations and their consequences of any kind;
    Preventive or cosmetic surgery;
    Spa treatments and heliotherapy;
    Pregnancy, miscarriages, childbirth and their aftermath;
    Apoplexy, sunstroke, hernia, lumbago

    What are the limits of the guarantees offered?

    Human souls cannot be valued in money, so how much is the desired coverage limit can still be, as long as the Insured is able to pay a premium. But in Personal Accident Insurance the guarantee limit can be judged by the Earning Power or Ability to produce owned, where the Earning Power or ability to produce every person will be different. In this case, the the guarantee limited to maximum 10 years Total income / income.

    How to take out this insurance? What information to provide?

    To provide the information of this insurance, call center insurance company, insurance agent or insurance broker will provide and explain all of information how to close the product include the rate of premium you should pay.

    What should you do in the event of a claim?

    In the case you have any accident, the claim should be informed to the insurance company as soon as possible. Supporting document will be needed to process your claim.

    Febrile convulsions in children or babies

    DEFINITION

    If the temperature is at least 38 ° C, a child may have convulsions: these are febrile convulsions. They are generally not serious and do not leave any after effects on the child’s brain, despite their impressive manifestations:

    • Symmetrical muscle spasms shake the child’s body;
    • The members move involuntarily, in a jerky and symmetrical manner;
    • The child loses consciousness or has a short absence;
    • Child’s eyes may roll over or remain fixed

    The crisis can last from 1 to 5 minutes. The end of the crisis is marked by a recovery phase during which the child is sleepy and often breaths loudly. The child returns to normal within 10 minutes.

    WHAT TO DO DURING A FEBRILE CONVULSION ATTACK?

    In the event of a febrile convulsion attack, certain measures should be applied:

    • Put the child in the lateral safe position (PLS): on the side, the head slightly lower than the body. This will allow an easier evacuation of saliva and prevent possible false routes as well as choking in case of vomiting;
    • Stay close to the child and monitor him so that he does not hurt himself, especially at the level of the head;
    • Support the child’s head;
    • Leave it free to move. Do not try to open his mouth and introduce nothing into it: no object that can hurt him, no medicine, or your fingers (unless it is necessary to remove a foreign body such as a toy or food)
    • Loosen his clothes and discover the child, because of his fever.
    • Note the time of the start of the febrile convulsion attack.

    WHAT TO DO AFTER A FEBRILE CONVULSION ATTACK?

    If the febrile seizure attack lasts less than 5 minutes and the child recovers well in less than 10 minutes, there is no need to call the emergency services. It is however recommended to consult a doctor or a pediatrician in order to make sure that this episode is indeed a febrile convulsion and to look for the cause of the fever such as for example an otitis, a chickenpox, a nasopharyngitis, a roseola,…

    When to call medical emergencies? In rare cases, seizures can be accompanied by complications and should lead to an immediate emergency call (15 or 112). These “complicated” seizures occur mainly in children under the age of one.

    Here is the list of complications that require the use of emergency services:

    • The child is less than 6 months old or more than 5 years old;
    • The seizure attack lasts more than 5 minutes;
    • It takes more than 10 minutes to recover from his seizure;
    • The convulsion episode is not isolated but repeated during the past 24 hours;
    • The child suffers from a neurological disease;
    • He has no fever;
    • His hands and lips were colored blue (cyanosis);
    • He has disturbed breathing;
    • Convulsions affect only one side of the body;
    • He presents with a paralysis following the convulsion;

    Yogyakarta: Malioboro Street

    The other side of the face is a city full of life and Reader, Reader, your first contact with the streets of “Jogja”, it will surely be Malioboro Street . A long street running through the center of the city. And it is after dark that you have to walk on the sidewalks, when the cool starts to come down on the city. 

    Malioboro is a whole world… first of all, you will find a host of shops, and street vendors, who will try to sell you batik, the famous Indonesian fabric. Try to resist. Or not. No doubt we will try to convince you that there is a temporary exhibition in a back shop. Up to you !.

    And it is not only by the batik sellers that you will be solicited, Reader, Reader! There are taxis and becak drivers. It is a kind of bicycle rickshaw (or moped) except that the nacelle where the passenger is located is at the front. The becak is used as much by the Javanese as by the tourists and there are hundreds, even thousands in Jogja. So be prepared to say “Tidak, terima kasih. (No, thank you) VERY often! Well, the becak is still to be tested once in your life and often falls perfectly when you have spent a long day walking. Negotiate for the shape and let yourself go (especially if the becak is motorized). Guaranteed thrills if you find yourself, like me, in the middle of rush hour!

    There are also a lot of travel agencies there, if you need to book an excursion to Borobudur or Mount Bromo for example but more than anything, Malioboro is a spectacle of life. There are already many passers-by. And those who don’t walk sit on benches, chatting.

    In Malioboro, we also eat on the ground. Lesehan is a style of restaurant where you eat seated on a mat or a canvas placed on the sidewalk. Brand of the city, do not hesitate to join the locals to taste The specialty of Jodja: the gudeg , a chicken dish in jackfruit stew, served with rice, which has a rather particular taste. Know that Indonesian cuisine loves salty / sweet flavors!

    Malioboro also crosses a railway line: the station is 100 meters away and it is quite surprising to see a level crossing in the city center, all giving a very special atmosphere to this district.

    Do not hesitate to move away from it, the small parallel streets will reserve you full of surprises: small hidden restaurants and bars, a mosque, guest houses (losmen)… Particularly between Jalan PS. Kembag and Jalan Sosrowijayan.

    Today, I decided to do it on foot along Malioboro. We left to re-cross all of Malioboro, by day this time. It’s already hot, very hot. At this latitude near the equator, the sun rises very quickly in the sky and hits hard, very hard. It is a kind of historical thread that I will follow without realizing it at start. For several centuries, the Netherlands was the colonizing power of Indonesia. In Jodja, there is not much left of this time: the use of the Latin alphabet is one, some colonial buildings and the Fort of Vredeburg , now become museum of Indonesian independence. Is another.

    Apart from admiring the building, since it is on the way, I will not dwell on it. The purpose of the walk is quite different: the Kraton, the Palace of the Sultan of Yogyakarta.

    Chances are, Reader, Reader, the memory you bring back from Java is batik. Batik is a technique for printing fabrics using wax and multiple soaking in dye baths. Indonesian batik is so elaborate that it is listed as a UNESCO heritage! The explanation of the technique is long (and I refer you to the wikipedia article on the subject) but here are some tips to buy batik in (relative) confidence.

    1. Real batik is not cheap. It is a technique that requires a lot of time, patience and material. The most expensive is batik on silk but if you settle for a batik on cotton, the price difference is significant.
    2. Look at the fabric in transparency: the designs must be the same on both sides of the fabric (if not, it is printed, or painted on fabric)
    3. The batik can be passed into the water without fear.

    Yogyakarta: Merapi Lava Tour

    I spend a few days with my son fiend and their family come from Jakarta. Titan and his friends scheduled early this morning a jeep trekking near the Merapi volcano (mountain of fire), the most active and the most dangerous of the 129 Indonesian volcanoes and culminating at nearly 3000 m.

    We are following in the footsteps of the deadly eruption of October-November 2010 which left more than 300 victims including Mbah Maridjan, the juru kunci (the keeper of the keys to the volcano).

    1 hour drive to the place where the driver of the jeep, a Javanese with the virile physique of an American actor, awaits us. The atmosphere is messing around, we have fun like crazy, the steel helmet on our heads to attack not a beach in Normandy during the landing of 44 but dusty and bumpy paths that will bring us in places devastated by the eruption.

    My husband had taken masks, I quickly understood why. In a bend, I saw two trucks arrive, leaving behind them a cloud of dust. For more than an hour we have faced this dust that respects nothing and infiltrates everywhere. With its jumps of goats caused by the ruts and the stony surface, the jeep put our bodies to the test.

    Incessant traffic: wearing a mask is recommended

    Genesis 3.19. You are dust and you will return to the dust

    The mood is good, at the slightest spectacular jolt we burst out laughing … without holding our ribs because we have to hold on tight to the iron arch that we use as a guardrail. An image came to me. Our jeep had become a fiery horse whose will was to unseat us!

    To avoid the trucks, when possible, the driver takes quieter paths … and then the shock before what our eyes discover. There is silence, we look at each other, forbidden, amazement can be read on our face. We enter another universe.

    What is a natural disaster for a viewer discovering the miseries of the world on the small skylight or a reader by unfolding a newspaper? Pictures, words. But here and now, naked reality attacks us in its power, its brutality, its incongruity.

    An incredulous look at what we discover: the dramatic consequences of an explosive volcanic eruption are revealed to us.

    When the lava dome exploded, the fiery clouds transformed the surrounding area into an open-air crematorium for crops, homes, livestock, and people. The ash grey that covers the floor bears the colour of horror, the smell of death, the imprint of a devastating hand. Instantly I think of Pompeii, the inhabitants frozen in an ultimate attitude during the eruption of Vesuvius.

    Some kind of mini Hiroshima? A blackened moped, dwellings passed with a flame thrower, skeletons of animals scoured and cleaned by incandescent material, heaps of buffalo bones, goats are on display. Entering the ruins of a house, we rub shoulders with the soiled intimacy of what was the poor heritage of the inhabitants: charred books but some curiously relatively preserved, clothes compacted in their gangue of dust, crockery having undergone valiantly the assault on the rain of ashes, a bicycle having suffered the torment of the forge hanging on the wall like a trophy or a work of contemporary art.

    The shock was severe, but this is only the beginning. Further on, in a village, an exhibition of what was found after the disaster was organized, like a museum of the inexpressible.

    Previously, we had stopped in front of a stele erected in honour of the victims, killed in the first explosion on October 26. It was followed by the monster’s cold and terrible anger on the night of October 29-30, which turned out to be much more deadly. Burning clouds and pyroclastic flows have designed a deadly cocktail for humans and animals. It is estimated that 50 million m3 of eruptive materials have sprung from the mouth of the volcano, a deadly and living seed.

    Stele in memory of the victims of October 26, 2010

    Deadly, the ruins are there, silent witnesses frozen in their ransacked minerality, … but alive, the vegetation quickly takes up the challenge of life and is reborn.

    The ruins have been lowered … but the vegetation is showing rebellious vitality

    Jeep drivers carrying tourists stop at the same location. A box for donations collects donations from visitors, some stalls are installed.

    Two skeletons of cow or buffalo sit on a terrace in front of which some are taking pictures. Can we talk about voyeur tourism? What meaning is given to this exhibition?

    We can be divided in front of this staging

    I do not settle the question of black tourism which gives rise to a lot of debate, criticism and questions. Recall that this concept covers visiting places associated with suffering, death, natural disasters. Personally, I didn’t have any morbid curiosity. I could see, but I can be mistaken, that the visitors wore a serious face by formulating questions, by trying to have clarifications, in short to understand and to sympathize.

    Disasters attract a sometimes morbid curiosity but closer to home in France how many visitors – brandishing a camera, camera or smartphone – crowd the scene of an event where man admits his helplessness before an uncontrollable nature?

    In reality, I think that for any event of this type the development of associated tourism is accompanied by a plurality of objectives, commemorative, informative, emotional, educational or pedagogical, commercial, economic …

    Besides, this exhibition of the dramatic effects of the eruption has a role here that should not be overlooked, that of raising awareness among the populations – many Indonesian visitors – of the risks of a volcanic eruption. Javanese people have died for underestimating the phenomenon, for wanting to save their cattle but also because this violent eruption has affected areas so far spared the many angers of the Merapi.

    In the house are exposed everyday objects. I am struck by the discriminatory effects of the destruction.

    The plastic on a television set melted while the screen remained intact.

    The glass resisted, the plastic became a lump of butter

    An anonymous hand has written on a wall a resigned maxim “The Merapi never fails to his promise”, that of waking up when he sees fit.

    Merapi keeps its promise on average every 4 years

    The air is saturated. Our fouled lungs despite wearing the mask express a form of rejection by addressing their owner, “get me out of there quickly!” ”

    Can a form of dialogue be established between man and the volcano?

    It is the meaning of this stele which delivers the message of the volcano to men. The last sentence is relentless “no one can help but pass in front of you”. We readily believe it as the forces of nature reduce man to the rank of spectator or victim.

    But curiously, the volcano also sends another message “excuse me if I injured, crushed, burned”!

    Before the executioner lowered his sword said to the condemned man “excuse me, I am certainly the hand of punishment but I do not hate you”.

    The message of the volcano to men

    Here, relations with the volcano are fraught with ambiguity. it’s the fate of man, life and death are inextricably linked.

    The Merapi also has a sacred function. The guardian of the volcano is appointed by the Sultan (the king of Kasultanan Ngayogyokarto Hadiningrat). He officiates at the Merapi offering ceremonies and a shaman goes into a trance to try to communicate with the spirits of the volcano.

    Exposed photos illustrate the eruption. We are trying an exercise, identifying the forms that emanate from this gigantic mushroom of ashes, rocks, dust, smoke that springs from the crater of the volcano.

    Human and animal forms seem to take shape. We are trying to put names on these threatening scrolls. Constantly in motion, this demonic mushroom releases volutes whose forms created the second before are erased to make room for others the second after. I tell myself that I am shaping nature with our image with this exercise, a learned word pops up in my mind, anthropomorphism. Is that the case ?

    A little further on we have a general view of the volcano. We overlook the deep trench where the lava poured out and where the men are busy, constantly digging to extract the substantial marrow. Rabelais, I take you to apologize for having borrowed and diverted your expression which belongs to you!

    Man digs the ground to extract its riches

    The lahar phenomenon to me. When the rain invites itself into this hellish dance, the mixture of water, ashes, rocks gives birth