Good and Evil

Written by Ed Howes

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Give thanks for your cages all you faithful. Without them,repparttar master would have to beat and murder you to keeprepparttar 132371 others in line. Examples I say. We must always make examples. Evil done inrepparttar 132372 name of good is good. Good done inrepparttar 132373 name of evil is evil. Appearance is all that matters. What you do not see does not exist. Asrepparttar 132374 good man said; "I'll believe it when I see it and only then, maybe". 1984 is twenty years late but it is here. Welcome to our brave new world.

You are old and collecting your benefits when it strikes you howrepparttar 132375 college education that doubled your expectation of income and gave you self esteem and confidence; was a fence to keep you onrepparttar 132376 animal farm with minimal complaint. You were told what to want, what really matters and how you could obtain it, all your life. You sacrificed wisdom, love, gratitude, reverence, healing, peace, joy, happiness, laughter, and prosperity for a pen and pasture onrepparttar 132377 farm. Ah, sweet security - Social Security. Have we not all made this trade to stay free ofrepparttar 132378 cages?

You are old and confused. You sensed something was wrong from your earliest memories. Exposed to a lifetime of contradictions, frauds and lies, you could never quite put your finger onrepparttar 132379 wrongness. You learned to fearrepparttar 132380 truth that might land you in a cage. Avoidingrepparttar 132381 cages became your purpose in life. Fear became your constant companion and informed your every decision --avoidance, your earthly mission.

You had no compassion for those who went torepparttar 132382 cages. You were sure they were to be feared when they came out. Those who went torepparttar 132383 cages most certainly deserved it, because they did not make it their life purpose to avoid them, as you did. You have been wise as they have been foolish. You did not care how people were treated inrepparttar 132384 cages. If life in a cage was not enough, there were people nearby to provide additional daily punishments. You did not want to knowrepparttar 132385 details. All is as it should be. Endless punishment for social transgressions must be God's plan for man; otherwise there would be no cages to fear. Inrepparttar 132386 end you patted yourself onrepparttar 132387 back. You lived in a cage of fear you made for yourself. Well done!

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Can a 50+ Man Find Temporary Happiness with a Much Younger Woman?

Written by Malcolm Goodway

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S: So now she needs a big papaís shoulder to cry on, right?

G: Not at all. What she needs is independence. And that means first of all economic independence. If you want to look at it politically, itís reallyrepparttar feminist agenda brought down intorepparttar 132369 practical world. Without economic independence a woman will always be dependent.

S: So even committed as she might be to such an a goal, why canít she get that herself?

G: In unusual cases she might, but I think inrepparttar 132370 typical case sheís going to need help.

S: Why do you believe that?

G: Think ofrepparttar 132371 kind of economic situation sheís likely to be in. A low-level job to match her low-level education, with children to take care of too. Then if sheís intelligent, her lack of education must be especially depressing. She knows thatrepparttar 132372 key to economic upgrading and independence is education. But she hasnítrepparttar 132373 time to go to night school with her other responsibilities and she probably couldnít afford allrepparttar 132374 expenses even with student loans. Thereís another kind of problem of equal importance too. She probably has lost her study and learning habits by this time.

S: So some altruistic over-the-hill knight in shining armor is going to take her under his wing at this point?

G: I would put it in a much less cynical way. An older man will take her under his wing, but heís not so altruistic. Remember,repparttar 132375 best contracts are those in which both sides benefit equally. Heís going to let her quit her job and study full-time for a specified period, during which he will cover all expenses and help take care of her children. Almost certainly she will move in with him.

He will mentor her in her studies on a daily basis and atrepparttar 132376 end ofrepparttar 132377 specified period will not release her intorepparttar 132378 marketplace until she has a new job that does offer her independence.

This will require a very intense and intimate connection for both of them, tantamount to a marriage, but only for that period. Thereís no reason why it shouldnít have a sexual aspect as well. So here we have it. The agenda on both sides is now all up front. They will live together just for a specified time period in order to provide educational upgrading for her; and during that time he will benefit fromrepparttar 132379 sexual stimulation provided by a younger woman.

S: Hmmm Ö Have you tried this yourself?

G: This isnít a personal discussion. But my hero, Wilson, has indeed tried it, with surprising consequences that keep expanding and ramifying inrepparttar 132380 novel.

S: Whatís it called? A Temporary New Wife? Where can I read more about it?

G: Thatís what itís called, and more information can be found at our web site,

S: I think this might just be some new and insidious form of prostitution. Do you think that might berepparttar 132381 case?

G: I donít think it is, because itís fundamentally non-exploitative on either side. But that that issue is dealt with extensively inrepparttar 132382 book.

S: Well Ö Iím not so sure. But as an older woman, why canít I tryrepparttar 132383 same thing with a young man?

G: You can, and I encourage you to try it. Itís just that there are so few young men in this situation compared to young women. But justrepparttar 132384 fact that youíre asking that question suggests that we may be coming at last torepparttar 132385 limits of your cynicism, which is an achievement in itself. But please do find a young man in need of educational upgrading if you can.

S: Well, Iíll consider it Ö but come to think of it, my husband might object somewhatÖ

---Malcolm Goodway is the author of A Temporary New Wife, a provocative new novel on senior sexuality, written by an active senior for active seniors.

The book is available at ISBN 0975311255, or at

Malcolm can be reached by e-mail at

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