My lesson on how friendship is more valuable then fornication – Pleading for anything other than sex

Are flowers still beautiful to you when it is night time, can you still enjoy their scent, can you still touch them?

Chapter Title: Envy can kill the grass still growing

How Samson’s story due to Delilah can form the basis for a message on enjoying friendship, escaping from the possibility of running to safety from how men or woman look due to the current display within media; caused by the way some cater to idolaters or to their only current fan base in those still youthful. The scripture show’s that valuing friendship over marriage and sexuality, can be more rewarding within today’s world. My key message would be to escape the want of fornication in your life at any cost. It is never beneficial, it is always less then the joy found within friendship, laughter, and exploring the world together. You don’t need a boyfriend if you can make friends, you don’t even need a husband if your friend is more then enough. My goal would be to encourage the gift God has in our design, but to not dwell on what we can do together when we are able to be free, from the weekends to nights out. God has given us the ability to explore passion without going to far, finding out what isn’t fornication is a good thing to explore as friends, lovers, or in a committed relationship. Insertion of any kind, has been studied by me as inferior, God’s true blessing is in how we can explore each other as passionate individuals and not just as we would in marriage.

I have been exploring the idea of what it means to really leave behind the need for a sexual relationship, and a woman’s past need to show success through the man they are able to keep, to show they have value to other woman and men because they have been able to sustain a relationship and they are building a path to marriage. The idea of the past connection to marriage as most important can also be explored.

Another key point to make is the example of the metaphor of how much the sun shines in Alaska, the viewpoint I have found is that much of the spectrum in light is missing but it is still a good time when visiting. But living there would not be the ideal place God has for you, surviving is not all that God has in store for this earth. He still wants Christians and Jewish men and woman to enjoy what he gave Adam in Eden to enjoy the relationship that formed because of his loneliness.

Sex and the fear of raising/being in charge of what we are able to create destroyed the passion that was built in God’s design.

I can also link the Alaska metaphor to the point I’d have about homosexuality’s growth from a hippy movement in the seventies, to a movement toward freedom in the 80’s to a grasp of control over anything that men could associate too. The American man grew to enjoy the possibilities versus understanding the beauty in their natural design. Instead of cherishing how God built and prepared this world for them to enjoy.

The idea stems from the happiness that I see within a family; the friendship found between a man and a woman who have decided to become married is much more ideal then any money that can be found. True happiness lies in what we enjoy personally and not what develops in understanding a social standard or past exposure to others experiences. I have found that many homosexuals through the nineties and the 2000’s have absorbed and attempted to control the beauty that is meant for women, the happiness we used to find from what woman like, from the rainbow to the flowers we used to pick for them. Women have been forced into working instead of the joy found when integrating them fully into what can be, as the pursuit of happiness has been coerced into a pursuit of joy through higher income levels. Paying for expensive houses and electronics instead of realizing the happiness that is experienced between two peoples possibilities together in this world as friends. Museums, art classes, and dancing have been replaced by the combination of both recreation and riches from material. This is partly due to a need to survive differently as much of the world changes and seeks after what is seen as royalty, instead of remembering the past lessons we have seen from kings and the joyless life that comes from having so many riches but not being able to enjoy the world around them. I do not want to see the gay men taking from what our women have to the point that others might grow to distaste what was once beautiful to their eyes, that they may grow to enjoy women who flee from the representation that gay men have now, as they are some days forced to head towards a radically changing lifestyle where they must live on their own and survive on their own and be stronger then they really have to be. The single parent household alone still brings tears to my eyes let alone the lack of true friendship that should exist between a man and a woman. Adam needed a friend and God did not give him a brother, Adam needed someone to talk to but he did not give him a different father, he needed a hug so he gave him a friend who he could always hold onto….

Are flowers still beautiful to you when it is night time, when the street lights shine and its all you have to brighten your view

can you still enjoy their scent, can you still touch them?

is the experience fun when it isn’t new?

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  1. Let me know what your reactions to the exerpt from the book is…I’m trying to work on a movie script right now, I’m really interested in putting out a highly artistic indie that you can’t buy in the stores and you wont see again in theaters but people will talk about it, people will be able to share the experience they had….the writing will help bring things to life….

    bye,
    From Jon

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