By V. Megre
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They are looking for it in the wrong direction. No woman will be able to keep a man from lechery if she gave herself up to him only to satisfy his carnal desires. If something like this happened, their joint life will never be a happy one. Their union, a poor illusion of togetherness, is a lie. It is a falsehood though widely recognized by conventional society. As for the woman herself, she turns into a loose one right away, no matter whether she is married to the man or not. Oh, humankind has invented so many kinds of laws and conventions trying to strengthen this false union by artificial reanimation: ecclesiastic and secular ones, but they don't help!
Evidently you mean "the knowledge of nature" bearing in mind that a child's life would pass by just like yours? Sorry, I can't take it. I believe that a modern man has to live one's life right there where he is, in our technocratic world, as you call it. Whether it is good or bad there is no way out and this is the bottom line. One will know and feel nature but as far as other things are concerned, he is going to be an absolute profanity. There are such kinds of sciences as mathematics, physics, chemistry and it is absolutely necessary to know life with its social phenomena”.
Your organism will choose by itself what is necessary for it. I can give you some untraditional advice: If you have a pet in your house (a cat or a dog) try to watch it carefully as you can learn something from it. From time to time the animals choose a certain kind of herb from a great multitude and eat it. It is advisable to take at least a couple of them and add them to your meal. Not necessarily everyday. It is quite sufficient to do it once or twice a week. It is also necessary to harvest grains of cereals, thrash them, mill, make flour and bake bread.
ANASTASIYA by V. Megre