© Dom Martin . . . continued
Every life is a privileged possibility within the spectrum of success, either fortuitously unto oneself or unto another.
Every life is an unpredictable potential of what can or might possibly be achieved in collaboration with tomorrow.
1. Poverty perseveres in hope, whereas wealth perspires in perseverance.
- 2. Poverty is an irreversible condition in the climates of survival.
1. Power has the power to undo itself.
- 2. Man's vengeance towards his fellowbeing and other species shall always be mortified by his condescending reverence for the powers of nature and the inevitability of the universes' beyond ours.
1. Praise does not always walk in a straight line.
- 2. In a world so overwhelmed by computers, praise is an effortless attribute.
- 3. Motive gives praise a superior vocal chord.
1. There is no direct line to God. Religion provides us with a directory and prayer places the call.
- 2. Prayer is a human bell, seemingly unheard, yet from somewhere, someone, somehow manages to intuitively hear.
- Preaching and Preachers
If a single picture is worth a thousand words, than a single artist is worth a thousand preachers.
1. Prejudice is the outcome of unsuppressed opinions.
- 2. It takes one's own prejudice to call upon the other's prejudice.
The present is an ever malleable illusion.
A president represents the will and ills of his people, and the idiosyncrasies of a solicited pride.
- Press, Freedom of the
Libel gives freedom of speech its peripheral vision.
1. Pride sponsors impertinence.
- 2. The ego is the mind's billboard.
- 3. Pride is a cavity in time's wisdom tooth.
1. Conscience is a repeated offender, incarcerated in the back of one's mind.
- 2. Prisons do not provide the humanism that life lacks.
1. Life is an elusive privacy.
- 2. There is no privacy in life, because life is an ever enlarging entourage of relatives, friends, neighbors and vested interests.
1. It takes all kinds of people to create the right kind of problems for the dumb, the curious and the unwary.
- 2. Problems are illiterate emigrants, awaiting immigration at the port of intelligence.
1. Belief is the mind's prodigy.
1. If profiteering was a humanitarian goal, we would have succeeded in abolishing poverty.
1. Wars are a well orchestrated profligacy, dissipating humanity of its able-bodied and bonding the grief-stricken and the poor to a faceless future.
1. Amongst us will always be those whose profundity shall inspire us farther despite the overwhelming overcast in the present.
1. Promiscuity is life's original sperm.
1. Life is an investment of promises against time's declining equity.
1. We have no evidence of where we were before birth, and we spend life attempting to establish our alibis.
1. Propaganda is an epidemic of vested words.
1. Life is a mobile property, on an open-ended vacation in time's majestic materialism.
- 2. While only a disillusioned few hold title, earth, in all righteousness, is an immoveable property.
1. Neither the mind nor the universe has a measurable proportion.
1. Truth will never be proportionate to the dimensions of our mind.
- Prosperity and Adversity
1. Public envy is prosperity's main predator.
- 2. Prosperity has no moral loyalty.
- 3. Prosperity should be a psychological innovation, not a material imperative.
1. Providence is a two sided coin; the reverse is no less significant than the obverse.
1. Prudery is the result of life deteriorating from the subconscious unto the conscious.
1. Psychiatry is to the mind what slavery is to the body. It ain't good, if money is the common alliance.
1. Punctuality must be a matter of temperance rather than of vindictive prejudice.
- 2. Truth is seldom as punctual as blatant lies.
1. Time punishes us with a life hardly protractible enough to assimilate the essence of existence and all its intertwining realities.
- 2. Life in another sense, appears to be a crime against existence, carrying with it the predestined sentence of death without parole.
1. Ignorance is the mind's most purified knowledge.
- 2. Purity is Truth's baptismal font.
1. I have not succeeded as much as I have failed, and yet, it is my ardent hope that I shall live to fulfil the purpose for which my existence came to be necessary.
- 2. We each have a distinct purpose in life through which others make their own lives more distinct, purposeful, abrupt or fallacious.
- 3. Every life is a mutual or reciprocal purpose amidst other purposes, and no one single life is the most purposeful catalyst.
1. To misquote truth is like leaving your fingerprints at the scene of a crime.
- Racial Prejudice
1. Racial prejudice is the mind bringing about the same inevitability as the sun: Light and Shade.
1. Even darkness has its meditational sanctum, where the rainbows of hope is no less brilliant than those found in sunlit silences.
Our true ranks at any given time is the fact of being alive within the nature of the circumstances that constitute or threaten our survival. All other ranks dither between the material and the superficial.
Prejudice is inert rashness.
Every life in time, ages into a rationalized fact.
1. Reality is the animation of our existence.
- 2. The idea of life is not to extinguish reality, but to extend it indefinitely.
Reasoning reason ends up decapitating it.
1. Life is a life-threatening rebellion against death's timeless tenure.
- 2. Life is a genetic rebellion against death and its indefatigable conspiracies.
There is an unnerving sense of recklessness in our ability to prevail or exceed.
Recognition decodes our cryptic purpose in life.
We live once in humanity's myopic recollection.
Vengeance does not recompense injury, but inflicts injury which justifies vengeance.
Regret reinforces our ability to perceive reality without prejudice.
Rejection subjects the human will to a state of psychological servitude.
- Relationships, human
Humanity is an international port, where strangers disembark to become relatives, and relatives embark to become strangers.
Religion becomes a door in the depths of one's circumventing need.
Every life is either a remedy or a virus in another's aspirational environment.
1. Repentance does not reduce the population of sin. It frustrates sinners into migrating elsewhere.
- 2. Pride never repents. It rebukes repentance.
Repetition indoctrinates the subconscious.
1. A repressed people speak through the wisdom of the spirit.
- 2. Survival is nature's way of repressing us from losing grip of our free will.
- 3. Life creates the mind, and survival represses it.
Errors reprove us, unconditionally.
Reputation is an acrobatic feat. The more complex the feat, the more assured one's place in history.
Resignation is a subtle impasse between what the mind aspires and the will can deliver.
Every life, upon coming into existence, is dictated by the same psychological resolution to somehow survive.
All beings, regardless of stature, are equal in the eyes of respectability.
Life is the embodiment of the unnerving restlessness called 'survival'.
We never truly retire in life. We only keep changing our options, and death is simply having exhausted the last durable option.
Survival is a lifelong compass to retreats.
Retribution is time's procrastinating jury.
1. Revenge smiles before it strikes.
- 2. Revenge is a self-patented bullet, usually cognizable at the scene of occurrence.
Material disparity alters our reverence for all things fundamental to all beings.
Riches ingratiate our illusions of immortality.
Ridicule does not incite any usefulness.
Rivalry is a natural antidote to failure.
- Role Model
God has no role model and that primarily accounts for the alarming gap between hope and despair.
Royalty is the reflection of human tolerance.
Every single rumor is a door that opens itself into a roomful of doors.
Every sacrifice is a vital drop in humanity's existential rainfall.
- Saints and Sainthood
Every saint is time's milestone on life's freeway.
- We are not remotely associated with our salvation. Survival is salvation, and our cognizance of the other is the footprints to the realization of the same.
1. In this overpowering mystic of life, sanity is as insecure as insanity. Only silence abounds with answers, vastly incomprehensible, yet solely comforting.
- 2. Every being is a living component of the sanity that overshadow's time.
- 3. Sanity is learning to keep the letters of the alphabet within society's perspective.
Survival affords us the gratification of remaining alive.
Every life casts a shadow, and every scandal is proportionate to one's shadow.
In time's grazing fields, you are either a privileged goat or a scapegoat.
- Science and Religion
Religion presents existence with a pencil, and science represents it with an eraser.
1. Scratching has no cultural barriers.
- 2. Scratching is an unforeseeable art.
Civilizations are different seasons in humanity's cycle of evolution.
Guilt is everyone's best kept secret.
1. Self-esteem is not seeing the light at the end of the tunnel, but seeing one's own face at one own end.
- 2. Self-esteem is a personal garden, and the mind is its consummate gardener.
The secret of being assertive is not assertion, but the ability to be in the right place at the right time with the right amount of words.
Self-determination is an isolated star in the galaxy of optimism.
Patience inoculates us from self-hatred.
Self-confidence is a gradually eroding truth.
Laws deprive us of our self-righteous pride.
Where two or more answers flounder, one degenerates into a question, and the result is diffidence.
Self-importance is a compulsive disorder.
We deceive ourselves out of the necessity to overcome the fatigue of guilt.
Self-hatred is more carcinogenic than time.
In self-denial, we make survival a little more habitable for the needy and the less fortunate.
Selfishness is an uninsured motorist on time's populated freeway.
- Sense and Nonsense
Every truth is a parliamentary debate, with sense and nonsense constituting the upper and lower house.
Sensitivity is our ego's defense counsel.
Somehow, sentiments keep coming around, and they mature with age.
There's a placating burst of serenity that becomes suddenly prevalent when defeat finally condescends into the resolve to try yet again.
Life is an act of servitude to the laws of existence that make death both mysterious and imminent.
1. Shame enlightens guilt.
- 2. Shame, is Truth's most effective spotlight.
Sickness incapacitates our ambitious drive to overtake time on death's highway.
Sight does not refine one's beingness; feeling does.
Silence fills the gap between knowledge and ignorance with our subconscious aspirations.
Simplicity gives life the credibility that time has no qualms in coveting it with success.
1. Sin is a hallucinative drug.
- 2. All good things mature into sin.
- 3. Survival makes life an act of sin.
Skepticism is a two way mirror.
Slander is prejudice and the subconscious in active corroboration.
Literacy induces psychological slavery.
Once in every one's life, the psychic clock fails its alarm.