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ENTERTAINMENT/ ARTS/ LITERATURE => Quotes => Topic started by: Iniko Ujaama on March 17, 2014, 11:21:36 AM

Title: Celibacy
Post by: Iniko Ujaama on March 17, 2014, 11:21:36 AM
Mujahji Shakhete' Tokunbo

"Celibacy is a rational process of preserving and conserving precious energy so that it can be utilised in other very essential and indispensable functions. And if it is preserved like this, it can be converted, just as tangible, gross water is converted into subtle steam. Then it can do wonders. A river may not have much power in it by itself. You may be easily able to row or swim across it. But, if it is dammed up and its waters conserved, then it has the power, when properly channelled, to turn huge turbines and produce electricity. The hot sun, even in summer, does not normally cause a fire, but if you concentrate its rays through a lens, those rays will immediately burn whatever they are focused on. That is what celibacy actually is."