INSIGHTS ON LIFE

Sex on First Sight

It is a sign of moral weakness and animal lust to think about sex with the opposite sex the first time you are meeting. We are all guilty of this at some point in our lives and part of the reasons is a lack of understanding of social relationship and the ignorance of the moral damage that subtle programming of television soft porn is doing in the minds of people.

It is a different ball game when you think about sex the first time you meet a man or woman at a brothel or at an orgy party. But when you are in a purely social environment where you have to deal with the opposite sex, imagining and thinking about sex with someone is morally wrong. It is like wanting to eat a food before it is cooked.

You have heard the phrase that says “love at first sight”, but have you heard “lust at first sight”?

Love at first sight is a feeling of endearment to someone upon meeting for the first time with whom you instantly desire a long-term relationship that would allow for mutual knowledge, experience and support and which may culminate in sexual intimacy. Lust at first sight is the animal craving to undress another person and exploit sexual pleasure with him or her without any desire to understand their world and with the intent to have sexual pleasure as the sole end of a relationship with such person.

Lust has brought upon the human race more ills and diseases as several other problems have. The best relationships are fostered by true love, one which seeks the heart and brain of a person first before seeking their private part.

As humans, we cannot do without other people. One way or another you will have to deal with people, men and women. If you imagine sex with every, or even half, of the opposite sex you come across with, your mind is corrupt and you are morally weak.

Lust is reason for several cases of infidelity, divorces, adultery, and greed. The sacred books of the world’s religions emphasize so much on moral purity and sexual control so that animal lust can be curbed.

Righteousness remains the standard of human life, both for the religious and nonreligious. Everyone must be morally fortified and display at all times traits of a being that is cultured, disciplined, and self-controlled.

Victor Negro
Victor Negro is an author, screenwriter, and personal development specialist. He is the founder of Evolving Minds Training and Consulting through which he offers products and counseling services on self-improvement, capacity building, and mind science. He writes on matters of life and existence as he thinks, preferring a better understanding of common questions. Read his interesting and thought provoking pieces at https://thevictornegro.wordpress.com/