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SpankingSpirit 2005.09.24

BLOG-SS- – Yin/Yang

I’ve been thinking more lately about opposites – how two things can be true at the same time, depending on point of view and circumstances. As humans with minds, we naturally want to categorize things – in other words judge things. Judgment was a major key to survival in our pasts and still is the key for many in desperate circumstances. It is only when judgment is carried over into the level of morality or humanity, does it actually do more harm than good. If I judge you as being bad, I’m presuming to know your heart. That’s a lot for someone other than you to say. It’s a lot sometimes for us to know our own hearts, let alone friends and family, and let even more alone, strangers.

Yet we go on day after day, adjudicating in areas that we know nothing about, cutting ourselves off by cutting off those who are not deemed to be good. Just as Newtonian physics does not apply at the level of the speed of light and we must use Einsteinian calculations, it is the same with the human soul. At that level we must realizes the uselessness and destructive nature of the tool of judgment.

About Quai Franklin

Thinking and writing about spanking and corporal punishment for over 40 years (since age 5). I explore the topic on an imaginative, intellectual, erotic and experimental perspective.

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