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Necessity and Subsistence is the economic law of Conservative Spirituality and of all of nature, applicable to every known living entity accepting the human species. The results & products of activity & behavior are equivalent to the energy expended, as necessary to the preservation and maintenance of any given pre-existent or present state and standard of living or life style, in identical or near like form. Economic lifestyle as exampled by such as monastery living. In the strict sense, Necessity and Subsistence is the life style of the hunter-gatherer, but as practiced in progressive materialist and industrial societies may simply mean a simple lifestyle, with as few unnecessary commodities as possible.


Natural Affection is defined as sensory and emotional activity and response, as the direct sensory reaction to sensual stimulation, without the affects and alterations of the Dyadic Authoritative Comparative, wherein intellectual conceptions of consequence define sensory and emotional response. Natural Affection is sensory response that reflects the natural and direct affects upon the sensory apparatus, as opposed to the dictates of Consequential Value.


The social order of Conservative Spirituality follows on the concept of whole and the part. In terms of the whole every individual is considered as an aspect of spirit, and thus in terms of social relations, everyone is considered inherently equal. This equality may apply to both inanimate and all animate natural entities. Everything or everyone is unified in the spirit or the oneness of the whole. Since the whole depends upon the individual part, each individual is equivalent in inherent value and consequence. In terms of the part, each person is considered singular, individual, distinct, with their own character, temperament, abilities, faults, potentials and incapacities. Expectations of the individual are based on their inherent characteristics and preferences. Individuals assume roles rather than fixed identities. Roles as expectations of the community are assigned relative to innate ability, preference and in relationship to the needs of the community as a whole.

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