i would suggest you ignore advice that goes against your values or deeply held beliefs. That’s not to say you shouldn’t be open to examining your values,and even deeply held beliefs can be open to change. But ultimately if someone is telling you to do something that goes against your deepest sense of what’s right, i think that’s advice to ignore.
Whether or not to obey a Master who tells you to do something that goes against your deepest values is, i guess, another question. But it’s on a continuum, right? i mean, i think we agree that if my Master told me to do something to harm a child, i wouldn’t do it. i think the most devoted of slaves wouldn’t do that.
But even if we accept that 100%, look out for the gray area we’re about to walk into. Because actually, lots of people hurt their children, or allow them to be hurt by others, because someone else is guiding them that way. But then maybe it’s not against their values?
Ok, sorry, no, let me walk back from that path. Let’s take another approach. Or better yet, change the subject. Yep. Let’s just say that advice to ignore is advice that goes against your personal values.
Now. On another note…
We’ve suggested – well, MP has suggested, in an email invitation – lunch with RS on Saturday. We haven’t heard back from RS yet. i have nothing to wear.
And i need to be spanked. Seriously. Like in one of Case Wintermute’s spanking stories. A good, hard spanking. Sigh…