Conviction: Book 1; Book of kaphka
Book of kaphka - Book 1 Chapter 7
A book of D/s support and wisdom
Speaks of; Emotional Stability Concerns
1 It is to be remembered that even though a serf is chattel and an object, such items as would be treasured and appreciated do require time, attention, and maintenance. 2 If left to their own devices such objects as slaves tend to get very dusty and ill tempered. 3 Both are signs of a lesser standard on the part of a Royal, signs which are neither pleasing nor encouraging in showing the capability of such a Royal as would be known as the serfs Owner.
4 All Royals who accept such responsibility as the Ownership of serfs demands, must understand that the Church does view the ownership of serfs as a responsibility, not a right.
5 The Ownership of serfs under R.A.I.N.B.O.W.S. means that all Royals are required to care for and be responsible to guard their serfs. 6 It is a well known and accepted fact that some serfs are more demanding and time consuming than others. 7 It is for this reason that the Church keeps such documentation and records as will be deemed appropriate to all such future considerations. 8 It is the responsibility of the Royal to request and view such documentation of the Hall Of Records prior to a time when clergy will be asked to authorize any request for potential ceremonial acceptance or binding of any serf.
9 Freeing a serf who is temporarily suicidal or otherwise emotionally unbalanced either short or long term will bring immediate action on the part of Clergy. 10 The Royal who undertakes such a disgraceful act will find themselves fully stripped within the Church, they will lose all respect and honour of the Clergy, and members.
11 Such serfs as these are, will be immediately returned to the care of such sanctuary as the local branch will offer, should the Royal have neither time nor means to respond to such a concern or dilemma, or in such cases where to respond would inflict personal loss or duress to the Royal, or should the Royal simply no longer desire to continue with such serfs. 12 Such an act shall never be seen as failure or lack of capability. 13 Indeed such response shall be honoured, commended and rewarded, for to know and accept the boundary of one’s ability is also a sure sign of personal strength and knowledge.
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