Book of Conviction: Book 1; Book of kaphka
Book of kaphka - Book 1 Chapter 14
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 Speaks of; The Virtues of serfs


1  And I would that these ones meet kaphka, whose words have enlightened and inspired, to whom such great words of direction can be accredited, take the demeanour of this one and hold such reverence and awe close, lose not the desire to worship, and serve which is carried right now within hearts inspired and filled with brimstone.  2  Look to kaphka and know that there but for the grace of a Royal is this one presented, for kaphka knows well the sense of self enslavement and speaks continually of the world which men hold, and WOmen deign to take part in.

  3  Many are the serfs who would collar their own necks, encircling their life with sightless eyes, sere lips, and such disappointments as are found in a world actively chasing that which demands to be served, and yet does not exist.  4  Such illusions are fulfillment and peace as are built upon deficit and instant gratification.

  5  Give not the will guarded and cherished. 6  The dreams nurtured and protected to One who does not guard, cherish, nurture and protect that will with as much fervour and being as do those gathered.  7  Feed not your will to the beast of degeneration and decay but I ask you instead to harbour and give strength to your patience, your needs and your virtues as would befit such serfs as would chose to cut a wide and sweeping path as I place before those gathered this evening.

  8  It is said that, “Time awaits no man,” but those gathered are not “men,” are not “women.”  Those who have heeded such calls to gather as have come before Me this evening are those who have already shown such drive to serve their own ambitions as to answer such a call.  9  The issue remaining to be seen is if those gathered will gather their ambitions to them, as I have gathered such serfs unto Me. 10  Would these ones gather such virtue as would befit their positions, such virtue as would befit such high stations and secured collars as would be placed for life, until breath leaves the body, and the heart lies stilled.

  11  The virtues of a serf worthy of such collars as would be placed by a Royal must be seen, must be held, must be cherished and known to exist for a serf without virtue is a disgrace and an insult.  12  Serfs who carry such virtues in their heart as would be truth, belief, love, giving, patience, trust, silence, strength, courage, and the culmination of such virtues provides such serfs as would carry them with immeasurable value and worth.  13   For the value and worth of a serf is to be decided by their acts. The deeds done and requests filled.  Never shall the value and worth of any serf be placed upon any other scale.  14  To do so is to ignore the greatest measure of revelation without impetus, for this is where such things as are confidence can be found.  15  Without the confidence in a serf a Royal will never feel such ambitions as lay beneath dream, or find further possibility than those wrapped in such blankets as are mimicry and repetition of pattern.

  16  Trust not those outside first, but instead trust within, in knowing that other such perilous moments in life have been faced and to date such choices have been made which have served this group well.  17  Lessons have been learned and shared,  Strengths once uncertain are now distinct needs.

  18  Trust first in that first instinct, in first inclinations, in first fears.  19  When a serf “looks out for number one,” this is the number one which must be honoured and taken note of.  20  For indeed when a serf wears no collar they must still hold true to such virtue as trust for if there is no trust there can be no truth.

  21  Truth knows balance, truth knows experience, truth knows the past, the presents and holds to a tomorrow as are dreams, as are needs to be fulfilled and passions to be given respite.  22  Truth demands justice, stands for honour, and is displayed on the pedestal of dedication.  Truth knows well the hearts of all serfs, for this is where truth is most at “home.”  23  Be truthful first to such needs and desires the plans and actions to be taken within, and then carry that truth into this world which will hold that truth as fantasy, as dream, as misunderstood and ultimately rejected as false.  24  Know then that such truths are indeed the truths which the serf would carry through such peril, to face such adversity with such strength will only further temper the  already worth serf, while betraying the will of the weak, and a heart filled with lies.

  25  Strength knows not the weakness of men.  26  Strength of serfs knows not the bounds placed upon it by the worlds of men, this same world which carries neither love, nor comprehension, nor desire to accept those as would be represented by the broad span of the rainbow of the desire of the Black Widow.

  27  So many would seek to break such strength, to capture and destroy such power, such ability, such virtue as is such strength.  28  So many would seek to replace strength with lesser things as might be ego, or will, or pride, or fear.  29  Be not convicted of such as are these, but keep the foundation of trust, and truth which bequeaths such strengths as would show a worthy serf, such strength as to answer a call, and demand as would be such collars as might be placed by One who is truly Royal.  30  Not One merely operating within the bounds and constructs as would be found in  the world of men, the world of iniquity, the world created of perverted needs and warped desires.  31  Follow the trust gained in past experience, temper this trust with truth, and such strength shall come, such virtue shall become apparent and present as none would dare to imagine or bespeak.

  32  To know such strength, to follow such a path as these would cut belies the dedication which must be present to follow such routes as which these will lay, for without such strength there can be no dedication.

  33  Dedication knows time, shows commitment and speaks to the guards of future, the sentinels of past, and the stations of today.  34  Dedication is a virtue that shows its value when trust and truth and strength have been honoured, so comes forth dedication.  35  Dedication to a Royal; Dedication to need.  36  Dedication to desire, to strength, and to purpose; Such is the virtue of a serf, such is the drive and need of those answering to such desire.

  37  Hold close to dedication and keep such virtues as are this alive, keep it within each act, each word, each moment communing with such dreams as present in the presence of a Royal who causes the heart to waken, the head to be uplifted, and the eyes to seek to drink from the fountain of beauty so freely flowing, so seductively restrained, so perfectly presented as to instil such need to serve, to show dedication without hesitation.

  38  Royals need to see such virtue as this in a serf for too often, too easily does a Royal become distracted by the mundane or the unworthy.

  39  Show dedication first to such needs and desires as are carried within, show dedication first to self, to the serf, and second to the Royal, for without the dedication to self there can be no giving of this self either.

  40  Gift not to those who would not appreciate, who would cast such time and care and trust as these would share into the abyss of discontentment and disapproval.  41  Know well that the Royal who accepts such gifts as come from their serf will also gracefully accept the service of the serf.  42  Let it also be known that the Royal who accepts such gifts as would come from a serf will further treasure and appreciate such gifts as come from the world of men.

  43  A Royal who finds little worth in such gifts as are not bought will find just as little worth in such gifts as the serving serf would offer.  44  Such as these may be they are not Royal; they are not respectable for they are respecting not.  Not listening to the heart and soul of a serf – they do not speak the languages appropriate to a Royal, nor have they learned the words and communications of a serf.  45  If they do not understand now they will not come to understandings in the future, for unless the light is fractured, the brilliance of the R.A.I.N.B.O.W.S. can not be gathered or garnered.

  46  Give of such a gift willingly and often whether claimed or not, for all must hold true to such virtue as giving willingly for if one does not give of themselves willingly there can be no showing of belief, no credence of calling, there is only exchange.  47  Give without expectation, without demand, without request and this will create the belief so needed to enable tomorrow to become today.

  48  Believe in the validity of such dreams, anchor the soul of the serf in the trust truth, and strength of self that they will know Royal belief, Royal expectation, and Royal faith.  49  Not often is such faith granted or shared, not frequently do the eyes of a Royal cast upon and gain focus on the soul of a serf.  50  Not often is it that the glance of a Royal becomes a stare, a lengthy and intent probing into the very being, of that who would be serf.

  51  Do not flinch, do not run, do not seek relief from such deep and forceful glances, allow not the heart if a true serf to become so complacent as to accept and expect such casual glances as might be fleeting.

  52  Believe first in serf worth, in serf value, and potential.  53  Know well the gifts and limitations carried that such belief does not come unfounded or without base.  54  Indeed without serf belief there can be no Royal belief, and without such belief there can be only silence, and although silence is a virtue, although oft times silence is wise, in times such as these silence is not productive or positive to the growth and development of the serf.

  55  The serf who harbours trust and truth, who keeps to giving and belief, the serf who carries strength and dedication will know the value of silence and the virtue of such strength as m ay be required to refrain from speaking that which although desired would damage or hinder the standing of the serf, or the tenacity of such collars as are, or may be placed.  56  Most often such silence seems to go un-noticed, unappreciated, and unrewarded.  57  The rewards for the serfs who carry such virtue as silence are such rewards as come with time, as are known to those who show strength, dedication, and belief, as are held secure in the collar placed for lifetime.

  58  Never should a slave sacrifice silence for want, for need, for desire, for attitude, ego or pride.  Never should a Royal take such silences for granted or be without appreciation.  59  Never should a Royal assume that a serf is in full compliance, or agreement, but instead should hold in mind and keep in faith the knowledge that such serfs as would be these are those set on a course of steely dedication, tempered service, and honed perseverance.

  60  Permit always that such silence be rewarded and such needs are concerns to be answered.  61  Demand not, and ask not of a Royal to break such silence as might be incurred, but then too – Ask and demand of all serfs to keep such silence as is needed and required to progress beyond those discussions.

  62  Such moments as this teaching envelops and calls to mind are the moments in which the courage of a serf is called to bear, the moments in which fears must be faced, in which such virtues as trust, strength and dedication are called forward and tested relentlessly, without respite, without kindness, without thought of anything other than accomplishing the goal and tasks as have been decided and laid out.

  63  For indeed even as these ones wear no collar, they must still hold true to and know such virtue as silence for without silence there can be no courage.

  64  Always must the serf carry courage and eternally must those who are serf know that such courage is indeed rewarded and held in high regard.  65  Always is the serf who shows such courage in the face of fear, or dispute, or rejection the more appreciated, the wiser, for having held to such purchase of faith, as is evidenced in the collar such serfs might so proudly wear.  66  Courage shows the serf who greets the unknown with arms open to chance and eyes closed to misadventure.  67  Courage brings the serf who leaves their fear in the world of men and follows instead a course laid in belief, and knowledge of mutual desire.  68  Courage becomes the serf of a true Royal, for cowardice and fear should never be laid claim to, or collared.  69  Courage shows the serf who without hesitation follows t he lead of the Royal to whom such unflagging dedication and loyalty of purpose has been declared.  70  Indeed even though these ones may wear no collar they must continue to hold true to and know such virtue as courage, for without courage, without the balance which comes of resolution, there can be no patience.

  71  Never is it wise to sacrifice patience for instant gratification, or for indulgence, for as quickly as does oil pollute the cleanest waters of the earth will too the attentive serf find that brief alleviations create conflicts of training and pollute the waters of sanctity and purpose.  72  Allow not the attention to be short, but build the suspense, create the eagerness which gives credence to need, which furthers desire, which begets the dreams and allows for belief in such course as being valid and purposeful to the intent, creating a meeting pf purpose.  73  No purpose of great proportions . or of grand design has even been begun and completed in one day, one week, or even one year.  74  Never shall the serf have cause to believe that such purpose as would be “theirs” has been filled, has ceased to exist, and yet too never shall the serf be given task or cause to act, to live without such patience as befits a true serf, as is becoming to one who wears such a collar as any Royal might place.  75  Patience brings such a serf to each duty, each task and each moment of communion, and each task as is set before.  76  Patience carries such a serf as would carry the promises of tomorrow into an uncertain yesterday of despairing hope.  77  Patience asks  the serf who watches such motivated Royals as would find no relief in the world of men, but who yet continues the attempt.

  78  Indeed even as those gathered may wear no collars they too must still hold such patience, and know such virtue as endurance for without patience there can be no love.


  79  Sacrifice not thy love.  Not for care or want or need or hope should love be laid to waste.  Not for desire or passion, not of amusement or beauty, not for pleasure or pain should love be abandoned and cast aside.  80  Ne’er should love be gained and rejected, favoured and distained.  81  The pleasure of a Royal might be temperate, might be fraught with jeopardy and contingency; But all the more reason for a serf who has gained such focus, earned such trust, been called upon for courage and has created such belief to retain such love, and to treasure such care as would keep the soul warmed when the chill of a winters night creep across stone floors.

  82  No serf who has come to be claimed or with whom a joining has been completed shall ever have cause to leave the space of such love unoccupied by it.  83  Forever shall the love of the serf bring fort the joy and serenity of the Royal.  A serf who carries love carries contentment and peace, fortitude of spirit and power of will.

 84  Even as those who are gathered may not wear such collar as would a Royal place they too must hold such love, and know such virtue as tenderness for without love there can be no honour.


  85  Sacrifice not the honour of a serf.

  86  Bring not such disfavour and dismay upon a serf as might be found in careless words, in errant deeds, in acts as would insult the serf or the Royal, for insomuch as such virtues are to be honoured in a serf and so do they bring honour to a Royal so too must the Royals bearing and carriage be worthy of such honour, for if the Royal is less than worthy the serfs who they claim as their own will never aspire to the heights which they might climb, but instead will be content to bask upon the beaches of lower aspirations and lesser ambition.  87  Allow the serf to be without honour and surely the household will be without honour as well.



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