No, I'm not asking for your son. His life is short so let him enjoy it.
Retold By Catherine F. Sellew
All-Father, Odin sat on his throne where he could see all parts of the world. Odin is the King of Asgard. He wears an eagle-shaped helmet and on his shoulder perched two black ravens, It is his memory and thought.
On his throne, he saw dark figures, They seems like evil shadow. He went on his way to go to the well.
Mimir, the guardian of the well, he needs to sacrifice something to gain a sip of water. He thought of his son, but sacrificing his son means sacrificing his own life. So he decided to plucked one of his eye.
Mimir gave Odin the horn with water. The drank the water and watched the pictures passing along surface.
So Odin, The great king of Gods became one-eyed. At the bottom of the well people could see his eye, It reminds them of how he sacrifice for them.