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God and the devil is icon of one love

14 October 2014, 22:30 Onyeji Dominic

I do not have to say that nature has heart as an icon of love. We know it that the icon is a natural symbol of one-love and we often use it under the Sun. Everybody uses the icon to express love, but it is not everybody that knows why it stands for love.

As a matter of fact, it is widely known to the people that I am not lovely and nice. This is because the Ugly Duckling is still working in me like before. I know that I do not have love in my dealings with the people but let me just say that all things in life were made together by nature and it is obvious that the things are good. I mean who said that Devil is bad? Let the person goes to the wise and pay heed.

Also read: Everything made in Biafra

What I know is that I have a natural line which divided my heart (chest) into two mutual and equal apartments. The two are called left mind and right mind. Devil lives in the left while God dwells in the right. That was what Apostle Paul meant when he said in Bible that we are temples of God who lives in us. If we ask the wise, they will tell us that both God and Devil are one in us. The divine presence in us is known to the wise as one-love. That is it - the icon of love under the Sun!

This is not my first time to say a thing like this in my writing to the people. I have to say it again because it is evident that one-love is still missing in the struggle to liberate Biafra from Nigeria.

Please, let us remember our great ones - the legends of Africa. I mean let us remember what Bob Marley told us in his song those days. He sang, "One love, keep us together!"

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