The beautiful among us do not have it wasted upon their faces, to be fed upon by lustful eyes, to be faded by the ravaged of time and age. They impart theirs differently,weaving it within their words and actions to enrich minds and hearts,to which time the great destroyer of feebleness, is compelled to aid its greatness through memory.
Throughout human history there is there was an element of untouchability that we applied to our fellow human beings, the belief that certain people were beneath others the fact their mere touch would be polluting. Such a system existed in India through caste, in japan as Burakumin, and often was culturally socially and religiously enforced. While this system was wrong, that is not to say untouchables do not exist. The true untouchable is not born as such, nor made to be. The true untouchable pollutes not with his body but with his mind his surroundings, he who chooses to divide our beautiful humanity, defiles the ideologies of unity to ones of division. The true untouchable is a product of choice, for he who is the one who chooses to hate.
Inspiring people do not insert new ideas or feelings in others. The secret to their gift lies in their words and actions, their supernatural ability to cast light into the dark recesses mankind’s minds and hearts allowing to people to bare witness the truths that were already within them but not readily seen.
To loathe solitude is the product of a inadequate mind, to capable of only having thoughts whose company are not worth savoring.
This a world where a few men with sharp minds will have the ability to shape the course of human history far greater than a million men with sharp swords.
In the deafening noise of this earth, humanity has a drowned out the voices, deafend itself to those it should have listened to the most, the small voices that form our consciences, our minds and our hearts.
people take so much care to keep their temples clean, not let them stained by dirt or dust, yet they don’t apply same care to keep their hearts and mind clean, not letting it be stained with hatred or pride, is it not true God resides in those places as well?
If you want to know the true poverty of a man, look not at the emptiness of his wallet or his home, but rather at the emptiness that exists in his heart or that of his mind.
He who makes war upon man, will leave only a trail of bodies. He who makes war upon the minds of man however leaves a trail of students and disciples.