Monday, 12 August 2013

'CLAWS UP' LIKE THE "MONTAGUES AND CAPULETS"

INTRODUCTION
Montagues and Capulets are two families very popular in the Elizabethan theater__known for unending FAMILY FEUDS in the book by Shakespeare;ROMEO&JULIET.
They so hated themselves to an extent that saying hullo to each was an insult enough to spark a brawl in just a twinkle of an eye.

AND NOW HERE WE GO:
"CLAWS UP LIKE THE MONTAGUES AND CAPULETS"

It is written allover the the faces that we cant live in the same house
Oh how sad!_humans living like animals.
The unending family rivalry is so bad that i have seen of us,you,them just live to the fixation:
"WE ARE THE MONTAGUES AND THEY ARE CAPULETS"
It sickens my heart everyday to see us fail to be agents of reconciliation yet we have the tool just right in our hands__FORGIVENESS!

Much as i cant do everything to change the world,
I am certain I,WE,Can do something to rectify these anomalies and break down barriers.
It is just by flexibly taking down the "CLAWS" and softly folding them into loving passionate hands.
It is now that we have to realize that__"WE ARE OUR DRAGONS AS WELL AS OUR HEROES AND WE HAVE TO RESCUE OURSELVES FROM OURSELVES"

Next day i wake or even while i am gone my LEGACY will be and should be:"THE CHANGE WE MUST HAVE HAD"
Way down from the old fixation of egocentric humans to__PLANTING TREES NOT FOR OURSELVES BUT FOR POSTERITY.
This is done,it will now be CLAWS DOWN to loving and passionate hands
No more the Montagues and Capulets but rather the wide open loving arms ready to embrace like those of CHRIST JESUS.

1 comment:

  1. "It is just by flexibly taking down the "CLAWS" and softly folding them into loving passionate hands."

    This. And "we." Whether we're talking about specific people or humanity in general, this is dead-on. People need to realize that we're all a piece of a bigger whole, and that none of us will prosper as long as we're tearing others down.

    On forgiveness - it's important for each of us to forgive others, but it's more important for us to learn to forgive ourselves; I think that is the first step toward true enlightenment and learning to truly forgive others.

    Great post :)

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