Free love and force

In a wonderful age, not so long time ago, there there was free love among humans. The women chose their partner, who pleased them and if between the two things didn't work out they would separate. The life was unencumbered and none remained alone.

Then men with weapons came in their hands. They attacked the people of the wonderful age. They said, a man could possess other human beings. They said, free people have to fight for with the weapon in their hands. That was new for the people of the wonderful age, because everything under the sky was free born - well-known to everyone so far.

It was an unfair fight, because the arrivals were trained in the use of weapons for many years. Thus nearly all wonderful folks were defeated and assigned to one of the armed men as personal property.

The wild men had a priest. After the fights he demanded peace from everyone . He went to the old sanctuary of wonderful people. He destroyed the place under the free sky, dedicated to the life, the love, the birth and death.

Time passed and wonderful people tasted the captivity. None was allowed to chose his partner. The men with the weapons saw the fact that their possession became unfortunate, which resulted in less work output and asked their priest whether there was something to be done?

The priest went thereupon to the holy place and spent there 7 days and 7 nights. Then he returned and announced the laws of the luck and the love in a world of the weapons.

1. The Gods want everyone to serve.
2. Everyone serves in the place, which is intended for him or her.
3. Who wants to take a woman, may do this only as a servant of his God, to ensure the well-being of the children, who will spring from such a connection.
4. All serving is alike
5. The obligation of a woman is it to give servants to the Gods.

The weapon carriers were enthusiastic. Yeah - all are alike. We all serve. Why hadn't that occurred to them? What a fortune to have a priest.

If sexuality stands in the service of a social order, then love loses its place on the top-list of inner-values . Obligation will take its place. Obligation prevents, that the martial men have to take their swords and might possibly damage their property.

How do you see this? Does love have rather obligations or is it a free choice or is something wholly different?

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