Niccolò the snake and Charmide and Mickael the deer discuss these choices that are finally necessary.
Socrates the stick and Gottfried the bird find out that other people’s worlds often remain a mystery.
A dialogue where Baruch and Socrates discuss the days when nothing is going well and the meaning they can have.
Simones the green berries and Aurelius the angel reflect about the idea of freedom.
Baruch the heron and Gottfried the bird talk about harmony and their winter plans.
A dialogue between Socrates the stick and Aurelius the angel about evil.
Socrates the stick and the deer Charmide and Mickael discuss the occult power of Niccolò the serpent.
Socrates the stick and Niccolò the serpent agree that peace is necessary for the common good but don’t agree on how to keep it.
Gottfried the bird and Baruch the heron explain why humans have so many questions.
Irinas the dead leaves and Aurelius the angel reflect about the afterlife.