We all know the patriarch who build the ark and saved himself and his family from the flood caused by divine wrath. As an idiom Noah means a skillful architect.
Example: There are many Noahs in the world.
The twin towers in Kuala Lumpur were built by a Noah.
We all know the story of Zacchaeus the tax collector who climbed upon a sycamore tree to meet Jesus. Jesus asked him to alight and said he will partake of food in house. Zacchaeus became repentant and gave all his portions that he has hoarded to the poor.
As an idiom Zacchaeus means a repentant person who pleases God.
Example: In my encounter with Christ, I became a Zacchaeus.
Hagar was the servant of Abraham’s household and when Sarah had no children, Abraham slept with Hagar and begat Ishmael. The blood-line of the Muslims can be traced to Ishmael. As an idiom Hagar means: the birth of a race.
Example: Muslims were born out of Hagar.
Hagar is opposed to Jews and Christians.
You passion’s flower…
Oh, how I’ve loved you…
You mystic ocean…
Dear beloved …
I always there for you …
Let me caress you
With the gentle showers
Let me melt you
In Kisses of honey…
Let our bodies
Echo the music
Of sublime symphonies ….
Let’s submerge in the
Seas of passion.