Regina, Saskatchewan; Canada
Sometimes however man does acknowledge his basic instinct, but often when he does tries to justify corrupt secondary "instincts" and conditions and manmade influences he made around that basic instinct, with the native orders of instinct itself. Or man will treat instinct like chaos, and suggest that his lack of grace is out of falling to an inescapable and disorderly force that is to be blamed instead.
There is an instinct drawing one to have sex; even in manmade influences of provocative clothing, deviance, addiction, a form of violence, this instinct even still always even if most vaguely may "pull" at one, and draw one to it and therefore more into whatever conditions, however ill, are around it; but just because the instinct and the sexuality are beautiful and still call, the wrong conditions and vices around it are still not justified and never shall be or in the case of any natural forces and movings, where man may have such hand as makes conditions to differ from what nature should do on her own, if there was no choice for him to differ from that at all, I believe.
Nature moves not against Order, she is not chaotic. Only man is when he has the choice and chooses wrongly.
[This message has been edited by Essorant (05-06-2004 03:53 PM).]