A single lantern brightened up our homes sometime ago. Not just light,
but gave they warmth where flocked the family for meals, prayers and
conversations. And then electric lamps arrived.
Wisdom must teach us to learn the taming of
certain traits early in life lest they turn into fatal
predators, later. There are four such poignant
predators that, if not tamed, they tame us. While
the first three are be Sleep, Speech, and Stomach,
here we will consider the fourth predator,
Sensuality or unbridled sexual obsession.
Between a ‘thought’ and a
‘word,’ the later is an
outward expression of an internal
entity. To a simple beholder who
may not strain to venture beyond
the verbal world, a ‘thought’ is an
obscurity. Though they both seem
to be different, they are not and
cannot be divided. Simply put, a
‘word’ is a thought clothed in a
presentable or an audible apparel.
A mother has a natural bond with a child but a father has to build one.