Even the fox that’s dead will have its eyes perched on to catch the prey. As an idiom it means avariciousness. He is like the fox that’s dead and having his eyes on the prey.
From the Bible
Camel to go through the Eye of a Needle
When Jesus was talking to the Pharisees and the Sadducees he made a caustic remark that it is easier for a Camel to go through the Eye of Needle than for you to go to heaven. Camel to go through the eye of a needle is a virtually impossible task to achieve. For me to become the President of America is like a Camel entering through the eye of a needle.
From the Fish Mouth
When Jesus was questioned about paying the temple tax, he replied to his disciple Peter to get a coin which was wedged in the fish mouth. And Jesus famously told: Give unto Caesar what is his and give unto me what is mine. From the Fish Mouth as an idiom means getting a financial blessing from God. Yes God let me get a bounty from the fish mouth.
From the Bible
I am fond of these verses: they are: ‘My Yoke is wholesome and my burden light. A bruised reed he will not break: a smoldering wick he will not quench. I will cause you to rest’.
Idioms from the Bible
Daughter of Herodias
King Herod committed adultery with Herodias his brother’s wife and John the Baptist condemned it. Herodias daughter danced before the king and got him drunk and he in drunken stupor said whatever she wants will be granted. She asked for the head of John the Baptist to be beheaded. Herodias daughter as an idiom means a wicked, treacherous and immoral woman, woman with no principles. There are many Herodias daughters in today’s society.
Lord of the Sabbath
When Jesus the Rabbi was questioned by the Pharisees on why he was not observing the Sabbath: he replied to them: I am the Lord of the Sabbath. Lord of the Sabbath as an idiom means sovereignty of the LORD. Yes, Jesus is the Lord of the Sabbath.
Five Loaves and Two Fish
Jesus fed 5000 with 5 loaves and 2 fish. As an idiom 5 loaves and 2 fish is a blessing of prosperity gin by God. Oh God Jehovah Jesus: Let me days be filled with 5 loaves and two fish.
Blasphemy against the Holy Spirit
Jesus said: all sins will be forgiven except blasphemy against the Holy Spirit. Blasphemy against the Holy Spirit is a despicable and condemnable act.
David eating bread from the Temple
When Jesus was questioned by the Sadducees why he was not observing the Sabbath, he said, even king David ate the offering (bread) kept for priests from the Temple. David Eating from the Temple as an idiom means being sagacious. We should be David Eating from the Temple.
The people of Nineveh were wicked but when Jonah preached to them: they repented. As an idiom Nineveh means repentance. My relationship with Christ is one of Nineveh.
Whatever I touch is money
Whatever I touch is money is a Malayalam Idiom meaning, it isn’t affordable.
Lend a generous hand
Lend a generous hand means God’s favor for wealth and prosperity. I would like God to lend me a generous hand.
July 18, 2019
Morning queued itself as an epic poem. The muses serenaded with poetic whim. I feel so grateful to God—Jehovah for giving me a blessed life.
While reading the gospel: I came across the incident where the disciples were on a boat and then the tempests raged. Then they cried out to Jesus: Master Save us. Then Jesus walked on water and calmed the storm. He said to them: you are of little faith. Little Faith as an idiom means having not having the faith and innocent trust in God. Even though I am a believer, sometimes I am of little faith.
I am very fond of the Romantic Movement. Wordsworth defines it as the spontaneous overflow of feeling. It means implanting a rich plethora into animate and inanimate things. I am forced to live a life of romantic ecstasy. Yes in romanticism brooks murmur, rivers flow in speech, the mountain breathes a passion, thunder roars in anger, poets float in the sky, waves frolic in passion, winds kiss in noisy breath, lovers pour passion on the bed and so on.
I am also fascinated by Ezra Pound’s imagism. Pound has defined Imagism as an ‘intellectual and emotional complex in an instant of time’. Poems transform themselves into profound images. Let’s look at some examples. Morning wore a doctor’s stethoscope. He lay on the bed covered with maggots. Gray christened into a loud shout. Poems wore images of dusk. Passions raged from the ring of fire. Romance sung a duet in the sky. His anger was as cloudy as the sky. Beautiful poems blossomed in the garden. The landscape lay trembling with an echo. Stones breathe in whispers. The lovers kissed like a musical garden. The tomb was covered with desolate grass. Beauty, you are the charm of the soul. Poetry is a rich tapestry of meaning. Ecstasy is a ripe fruit. Dogs do omen howls. Peace is a dove released from the earth. The seed is meaning of life and the fruit the rich harvest of life. The spring mimics a metaphor. Irony is an empty wallet. Sounds bark, and colors grimace. I am not impressed with your metallic phrases. The mountains are chanting fire.
Watering the Garden
Watering the garden as an idiom means make use of given abilities to achieve success. I am watering the Garden.
Sunrise industry means a whooping profit gathering industry. Reliance is a sunrise industry.
Bitter tooth as an idiom means an unpleasant incident. Many a time I have experienced a bitter tooth.
The Cross as an idiom means high optimism. I always wear the cross on my head.
Hill and Valley
Hill and Valley as an idiom means good and bad times in one’s life. Many a time I have gone through hills and valleys.
Rain Clouds as an idiom means good fortune coming one’s life. Yes rain clouds will occur in my life soon.
Picasso as an idiom means having a stuck-up attitude. The student was Picasso.
Grasshopper as an idiom means getting a large windfall. When will the grasshopper come into my life? When it comes I will welcome it.
Arabian Nights as an idiom means making love cozily. I have indulged in the Arabian Nights.
Drama of Life
Drama of Life signifies the death of a bad patch in one’s life and the beginning of prosperity, fortune and success. Yes, the drama of life is occurring to me.
Garden of Eden
Garden of Eden means living a happy and contented life. I hope to live a life in the Garden of Eden.
Knife as an idiom means strong criticism. The boss used a knife to speak to me.
Sea and Waves
Sea and Waves as an idiom means great happiness. My life is journey of sea and waves.
Locomotive as an idiom means having a strong libido. The brawny man was a locomotive.
Tambourine Man as an idiom means a folk singer. Bob Dylan is a tambourine man.
Submarine as an idiom means being pregnant. She is a submarine now.
Sunny Skies as an idiom means achieving great success. When will sunny skies come to me?
Police Dog as an idiom means solving a crime. Finally the police were able to have a police dog.
Begging Bowl as an idiom means having a precarious financial condition. I don’t wish to a have a begging bowl.
Pacific Ocean as an idiom means being an intellectual. The French Philosopher Jacques Derrida was a pacific ocean.
Cornucopia as an idiom is having abundance in the wallet. I wish my wallet to be a cornucopia.
Fairy as an idiom means living in a fantasy world. Sometimes I am like a fairy.
Angel as an idiom means a miracle granted from God. God Jehovah Jesus will bequeath an angel for me.
Pen as an idiom means a struggling writer. I am a pen now.
The Unfinished Pyramid And the All seeing eye
The Unfinished Pyramid and the All Seeing Eye stands for the symbolism of conspiracy. I am great fan of the Unfinished Pyramid and the All Seeing Eye.
When Jesus was crucified he was cruelly adorned with a crown of thorns. Crown of thorns as an idiom means a period of fortune, prosperity and success.