…the value of solitude and silence
Hour by hour, the days accelerate. Days fade when some have made their hay while the sun is shining. Some haven’t harvested their produce yet but are yet to hold their great harvest very soon; while others harvest sowed anything to reap.
Do you ever sit by yourself and accompany your inner spirit? Feel it talk? What were you created to perform in this universe? Why aren’t you like the other person?
This is because God designed you to be who you are. He has bestowed on you something
…through the tangles of vines and jungle-like forests to the wilderness of pure happiness
Without inspiration, the best powers of the mind remain dormant. There is a fuel in us that needs to be ignited with sparks.
Let us talk about water. Water can be essential and non- essential. It can act in all ways depending on how we use it or force it to be. We are all aware of the essential part of it. When we imagine water in its disastrous side, we see an enemy. With a mighty roar, it crashes through the trees like low-flying missiles knocking them down like spilled toothpicks while sweeping over the valley and lowlands. It gains momentum throwing humankind, houses, vehicles and trees into boulders and moving them like toys to anywhere it feels like. It is controlled by nature. On the contrary, we human beings are not controlled by nature. We have a mind, we reason and act according to our minds capability. We are not water. We do not act like how nature wants us to. We control ourselves and save our anger.
The wise men of the olden days always huddled inside their humble dwellings even when the relentless rain beat on their thatched roofs. Our emotions control us. Our moods are the manifestation that we are founded upon. Our bodies are emotional filters and they bear the unmistakable marks of our prevalent emotions. We should not entertain the bad feelings and emotions take control on us. The feelings of failure, regret or frustration e.g. detachment from our objected goals should not take control of our minds.