‘In the Vastness of Compromise’
Not all monsters in the abodes of the supreme lord’s eyes are somewhat like
the pillaging forms of compromise, or the mimicking casters of a creativity that neither rest upon the finished works, or
completely understand the vastness of all that’s in its infinite mercy.
1. The word “swastika” comes from the Sanskrit svastika – “su” meening “good,”
“asti,” meening “to be,” and “ka” as a suffix.
a.) The ancient symbol of the ‘Swastika’
may predate the Egyptian ‘Ankh’ (“key of life”) by 3000 yrs. with artifacts found on pottery from
the historical city of Troy dating around 1000 BC.
2. Hindu Mythology has the swastika
as being interpreted to symbolize the four fundamental forces of the Universe.
a.) An inalienable right to choose
b.) The infinite choice of learning
c.) The ability to make decisions
d.) The freedom to seek a better condition