“There is no greater power than the will to release.
To differ the necessity from the convenience is the direct difference between life and death. It is the difference between the simplicity and the complexity. In life, we dwell over death, over failure. In failure, we have failed, and we have nothing else, for we are dead.
The beauty in submission is to reject all external measures of ‘diverse wealth’, because that introduces death to life. Diversity, that is, is the death. The dwelling; the constant question; and then, the confusion, makes the one without simplicity, enough to draw upon the whereabouts of darkness, into life.
In death, beauty has been buried. Recognition rots, and we soon see a person’s skeleton as any other skeleton, for it was covered in flesh when the person was alive.
We had recognized the eyes, and now as a skeleton, there are no eyes.
We had recognized the lips, and now as a skeleton, there are no lips.
Submission comes naturally to a woman, when she will reject the multiple complexities of a world that offers her much.
To a man’s eyes, the only thing he desires for a woman is to see her dressed in simplicity. As if she were in the bedroom, bared in flesh, and not overdrawn in garments so much to clothe her naked form.
And there is nothing worse in a world than to tease truth.
To be half-clothed, turns truth towards uncertainty.
To be half-clothed, makes honesty only half-way released. It makes the orgasm only half-way expended, and the love only half-way given. One should not ‘slightly agree’ or ‘neither agree nor disagree’ as it would ask for in a survey, but only either say ‘yes’ or ‘no’. That is the honesty.
Honesty is never partially given, and should be known for its answer in the immediate moment.
For a deceived world, people will continually ‘work to discover their truth’.
They will unearth that ‘buried beauty’ and disturb graves.
Metaphorically speaking, they will do this.
They will unearth history, rather than leaving the past to rot. And why are the people who enjoy ‘discovering their truth’ more prone to committing suicide? It’s for the reason of what depression does to the human. Depression is, as a definition, a focus on the past.
Honesty is immediate and offered by Nature upon birth.
And soon, one will carry that truth until they die.
For submission, honesty and simplicity are very much important aspects to what ‘weakness’ stands for; and that is, to be vulnerable when one should never hold a statement back.
One is always vulnerable when conveying truth.
In tears, or in rage, that is when a person releases.”