The Undivinable Synthesis of Life

By Zulumathabo Zulu © 2018

The undivinable synthesis of life, like the abrupt cutting pains of pregnancy, can deal a paradoxical hand to the naive organism in the turbulent environment of the terrestrial space. The trenchant messages from the perturbations of the terrestrial space fine tune the antennas of the organism to the supreme law of self-preservation and the higher science of signal processing.

The hemispheric rising of the logosyllabric!

The deterministic; the probabilistic and the cosmic output from risk assessment of the undulating and arduous array of perceptual; symbolic and literal pathways necessitates that the organism commands a flawless focus on the survivability of Yena in the treacherous terrain. After all thought processing has been done, the organism must trust the unblemished instinct of the innermost as a survival principle.

To enhance the survival experience of Yena, the prudent organism requires the defence and the discipline of a body guard; the responsive and the sacrosanct moral code that adheres, like the magnetic compass, to the polar coordinates of survivability and the authenticity of a lived experience to keep the organism grounded so that Yena can ethically negotiate and navigate the treacherous terrain that must be traversed in order to go on with the business of living and eventually attain the cosmic resonance in the terrestrial space in spite of the continuous perturbations that frustrate the direction of the strategic path with respect to the erudite ancestors who have gone before. Siyabonga ka khulu! Thokoza Makhosi!




Published by Zulumathabo

Research Scientist and Director: Madisebo University Research Institute. Metaphysical Scientist; African Philosopher; Software Engineer, Published Author, Inventor, Lexicographer, Intellectual Historian and Contextual Poet.

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