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TEMPESTACTION

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When interrogation flung against ‘temptation‘ elucidation riposted describing the distinction between ‘slipping in’ and ‘standing up to’. 

 Temptation rages as like a TEMPesTAcTION causing a catastrophe within and out. But, to slip in its rage is not a grave sin,  just a  vulnerability of a mortal body. 

 The focal point is to get up and stand up to this whirlwind. For, tempest-reaction should be the attitude against this tempestaction.  
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About Britton

It's a chattering of an eccentric who often can't control his vagrant thoughts while he is wandering around in search of the unknown. Well, it seems like, this world is an asylum N it invites each N everyone to have a stroll through this asylum. Further, for me it's a madylum :) Humiliating mockeries all around, crushing anguish within, boring day-to-day chores.... oh! He has to wade through all these. :-( N the weary traveler should plod on. No matter what. https://madylum.wordpress.com/

24 responses to “TEMPESTACTION

  1. you are so absolutely correct in comparing temptation to tempest, it truly is like that! what a brain!

  2. Lorena

    I never thought to compare the temptation with tempest … but … why not?
    I like the image … it match with the text …

    • Britton

      Thank you so much Lorena for stopping by N writing ur opinion 🙂

      I think, it’s so powerful like a tempest sometimes which we can’t survive. Need really great efforts to survive I believe 😦 Even sages of sage go weak at this phase of crisis.

  3. Lorena

    Endeed we need great efforts to survive at some stage of crisis but … we still find the power to survive … well, most of us … there it’s some that can’t find that power and that crash …

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  5. genius. Glad you didn’t delete it. Sometimes you’re own work “stretches” you past yourself, and when that happens, your first reaction is that it’s bad. If you really liked it, and felt comfortable with it, immediately, then maybe it wouldn’t be pushing you past yourself??

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