From Middle English path, peth, from Old English pæþ (“path, track”), from Proto Germanic paþaz, from Greek πατέω (patéo) / πάτος (pátos)
1. A way of life, conduct, doctrine or thought
2. (Rare, Late ME) A course or route.
3. (Medicine, abbreviation) Pathology, disease*
4. (Mathematics) A continuous curve that connects two or more points.
*The Greek root word path can mean either “feeling” or “disease.” This word root is the word origin of a number of English vocabulary words, including sympathy, apathy, pathological, and sociopath (…)
The track “God suspected I was a geode but He had to make sure” is dedicated to American writer Layla Benítez-James, author of the book and poem "God suspected my heart was a geode but He had to make sure"
Diego Masarotti aka DYB (Argentina)
Sofía Bertomeu (Spain)
released September 21, 2018