ANYTHING can be used as a weapon, just as anything can be used as a blessing or tool. Just as rape is a weapon and tragedy, so then loving intimate relations can become a blessing to the couple, and therefore, consecrated for their blessing and good. Hence, it can, in these limited circumstances [perhaps] be considered a personal form of worship.
I would not call it an act of worship so much as a picture of worship, to demonstrate how true worship must be. Along the same line of thinking, I believe that the church will only grow when believers truly worship God. For just as reproduction is the product of sex... conversion the result of worship.
In all seriousness, on a subject that could go anywhere , to really and truly be good at sex the woman needs to learn how to love through her skin and totally indulge in the act. In doing so, the man is putty in her hands, which can happen anyway! But the experience is immensely more internal. There are no thoughts about how to please, you just know how without thinking.
So, big key - don't adore him, adore yourself and in the process he gets the best. And the experience is out of this world, literally.
Interesting And I was beginning to think you know the path forward We ALL tend to switch to suit our needs! Thank the Big Guy that this dog has actually found that screwing sharks is beyond his needs! (The Shark is doing fine by himself )
Varies as an idiosyncrasy. For some people, sex is the expression of their highest standards and their values; a culmination of respect and desire for what they know reflects the best within themselves.
I finished my 5th hub (I may be addicted I know ) called Having Sex vs. Making Love and would like to know what all of you think about it. It's about how to know the difference between the two. Thanks in advance for any feedback!Update: I took some advice from my hubbers and added a personal story...
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