The first one is "What does your submissive's submission mean to you?" I assume this means slaves too.
I asked my Master the question, and he said "It means I'm in charge of everything, now go make me tea and a sandwich". While I was doing that I asked him to expand his ideas beyond a few words, and he said "Go reread Adam's Task by Vickie Hearne and everywhere she says 'dog' substitute in the word 'slave'."
So in thumbing through my copies of this book I come across this:
Koehler holds...that getting absolute obedience from a
dogslave-and he means absolute obedience- confers nobility, character and dignity on the dogslave.
I asked Master if this is what he wanted me to say, and he said yes.
Another passage of relevance:
The trainer (Master) has occasion to be aware, as few people are, that human authority is corrupt to the core, and that any trope of ascendency- and especially the trope of nobility- stinks of the immodest, the self righteous and the sadistic. Yet the trainer (Master) must get on with training the
In being able to command and be obeyed, in having the right to command, to demand absolute obedience, in return for that right, there is a huge responsibility. This responsibility demands that the trainer (Master/Owner) is coming from a place of
says Ms. Hearne.
...something like reverence, humility and obedience
Does she mean obedience to a
"We can command only whom and what we can hear and respond to".After writing this, I asked him again "Is this what you wanted me to get out of the book?" and he said "Yes, exactly".