“Having had a fair share of the ugly side of life that had been buttered with disappointments and bitterness does not rule out the possibilities of immense success.”
That was the first statement from a man whom no one could exactly classify. He could have been described as a teacher, a magus, or wise man from the east, a professor or maybe as a sage. Because of the ways that his words come through, usually pregnant with obvious meanings, some people simply call him the omen.
His poise was such that he literarily radiated an aura of wisdom. This aura at times hung over and around his head as a decidedly invisible or barely imperceptible halo. In most cases, however, it seems to come emitted from his mouth in the form of those words. They were words that were so highly pregnant with meanings that they come as if at the point of labor, with each speaking volumes on its own. They came as proverbs, adages, or wise sayings, depending on how one sees them.