We all as adults submit from time to time in the interests of harmony, Slavery, involuntary servitude, is a totally different concept.
To submit is to accept.
To be enslaved is completely involuntary.
You can choose not to submit like a dog chooses to not listen, you just have to accept that outcome. You can choose to submit to your boss or get fired.
If you are enslaved you have no choice.
Slavery with submission Emancipation without freedom,
all the same darn thing, and the sound of slavery make my skin crawl( imprisoned by someone or force..etc etc....
No. To submit is a choice to give all of oneself, freely.....
To enslave is to take the mind/body/soul of another. Period.
No!....Submission is a choice but slavery is imposed and is not a choice.
For husband and wife, submission will be a kind of joy. Like when comes to an argument, one has to submit to the other so that it will come to a happy ending. It is never meant to be slavery.
no submission is having a conscious decision to believe or follow something whole-heartedly while slavery is forced degraded submission.
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