You Too Can Thrive

I saw and was awed,A tomato laden with fruits,Yet it was depending on for nutrients and a firm hold,An impregnable concrete wall,I mean,The tomato grew up in a brick and mortar,Where there is neither ready rich humus,Nor groundwater for her shoot to initiate active transport,Yet it was laden with fruits,Fruits that would sooner look good […]

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An Argument More Eloquent than all Doctrines

Doctrinal integrity is something that makes one invincible. A man or a woman armed with the unquestionable authority of the Bible is not someone to joke with. An armament of sound doctrine makes one preach with power, and silence every erroneous teaching and opinion. Doctrinal soundness is the spinal cord of every religious practice and worship. The distinction between true and pure religion is based on what is taught by either. In spiritual arguments and apologetic discourses, everyone who argues outside the doctrinal framework stultifies themselves before every thinking man. Anyone who brings their opinions in stipulated discourses plays on unsafe ground, and will sooner or later be dumbfounded and be sent out of the arena.

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I’m Not Your Village Mate

You know it well,How as little boys we played and revelled,Taking every conceivable shape,Like putty in someone’s hand,Fitting in all crevices whence kindness served us mirth,And in the village soccer team,We enjoyed the game as long as the man of means granted us probation,Otherwise, we would be forced to worship him,And sometimes make a deliberate […]

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Even Fools Have Their Day?

The world is so kind,That even fools have their day,No, I’m fooling you,It’s not fools’ day,As if there was something praiseworthy about foolishness,Instead,We are allowed to fool you,And you in return fool me,And we fool each other,Then we end up being a heap of fools,Or how do you call a person who fools others even […]

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