As in my previous hallucinations? of the creator God appearing in our vision as the owner, the developer of this company, is now discussing the commandments.
The Lord God starts:
“And now my partners here we are gathered together again, this time it seemed right to venture alongside the garden. This garden is protected territory, but you can still partially view and smell the aroma, although your view and smell is foggy. It’s partially left here as a reminder.
I will be speaking this morning about something that shatters many a men in their quest for temporary satisfaction. Have you thought about why that union between a male and a female is so enjoyable? As the creator, I could have done it differently when your body was finalized for use, and later wish I had, as your ability to sensualize that act became a goal and more devilish than intended. How physically exhaustive it was, it may have led to less and less new ones being born as you shy away from physical tasks. Yet, it is very satisfying, so you want more and more. Would you rather relax and just think about it, perhaps watch others? Don’t even think about that. That’s desiring to know evil. That’s why this garden has been declared off limits.
The object of this lesson is to get into your deep consciousness that it is not okay for you to seek satisfaction with anyone else other than your wife. Nope, nobody else; not a friend, not an old classmate, not your neighbor, not a stranger, not a sister or your mother, and, oooh, icky, not your brother either. No. Never. Don’t even think about it. Your features were not designed for that, so forget it. You don’t want to get fired because of a half-hour, an hour of fun, do you?
“Thou shalt not commit Adultery” is rule number 7.
Your wife is precious and loving, sacrificing much to make you happy. Why else would you choose her? For inheritance? Get real. For beauty? That’s not all a woman is endowed with. Did you marry her to cook and wash your dirt, clean up your messes and provide for you? Get off your butt. Did you marry her because a deep forgiving enduring love developed? If so, then that love will last.
You made a vow upon your marriage: to love and to honor, in riches or poverty, in sickness and in health to death do you part. So, keep that pledge and that intimate relationship will blossom into beautiful bouquets: children, and then grandchildren, to whom your innate genes are passed down, as was said before what goes around comes around.
Okay? You got it? Good. You vow unto me that you will obey #7.
Just two more rules coming up later today, so back to work until then.