The Life Foundations Nexus
By The L. F. Nexus
Biosis is only sanctioned in a consenting, married, heterobiotic, lifelong relationship. Contrary to popular belief, one does not fall short in this area of their life because they are overpowered by biotic desire. Rather, they fall short either by choice or because they have not been empowered by God through the truth that the biotic instinct strives to bring about emotion (joy) more than sensation (pleasure). The primacy of emotion (joy) means that one has the opportunity to choose whether or not they will engage in biotic activity. (This is because one can choose to find joy in a way other than through biotic activity.) However, if one believes that the biotic instinct strives to bring about sensation (pleasure) more than emotion (joy), they may lack the opportunity to choose whether or not they will engage in biotic activity. (This is because there may be no opportunity to obtain pleasure from anything else.) As a result, they may not be able to refrain from biotic activity. The InterClued KJV Bible (King James Bible with clues to meaning in square brackets, “[ ]”) says in James 1:14,15 about temptation, which includes biotic temptation:
But […but (contrasted to something in the previous verse)] every man [person] is tempted, when [by the following:] he [he or she] is drawn away of [acted upon by] his [his or her] own lust, and enticed [presented with attractive but false promises]. Then when lust hath [has] conceived [that is, one has chosen to satisfy it], it bringeth forth [brings forth (produces)] sin: and sin, when it is finished [“when it is finished” = “ultimately”; therefore, “sin, ultimately”], bringeth forth [brings forth (produces)] death.
Note that temptation involves “false promises.” One of the false promises of biotic temptation is that pleasure is better than joy. A simple proof of the primacy of joy over pleasure is this:
Note To Reader: We now require age verification before the reader can access this brief but senstive information. Click here to verify your age and request access to this information.