The slave’s Vessel :
A slave is trained to serve her master in the daylight as well as in his bed at night. Her domestic or other service is essential to the success of their lives. Every slave needs a vessel which she can fill and serve her master
She serves, obeys and pleases her master. Not every act of service needs to be ordered by her Master. She just knows the vessel is empty and fills it for her Master.
Carrying the vessel to serve
The simple act of carrying water as displayed above can be a beautiful act of honoring her Master. She does not need to be told each time that the vessel needs refilled or where the well is located. she uses her reasoning powers and sees that it is empty. She then goes and gathers the water. She fills the vessel in silence and carries it to serve. She fills the need.
She knows she will not always hear the words “good girl” for each and every vase of water she carries on her shoulder, but she serves just the same. Her duty is to serve. Her joy is in serving. Her pride is serving well. She knows she honors him by proudly carrying it with dignity.
She can take pride because she didn’t have to be told to fill the vessel, she just did it. Her Master is very proud of her because there is no need for him to continually watch the vessel himself and tell her that it is empty. She makes the extra effort to serve, and he can focus on other things. She in silence fills the vessel herself. It is not even necessary that he sees the vessel was refilled. It is only necessary that he has the water in the vessel always available to him.
Yes, in the beginning he will show her which vessel to carry and how to carry it, but there is no need for him to always tell her. She has a well developed reasoning power that he expects her to use. She serves by being active in her service. She fills the vessel in silence.
Richer life because she carrying the vessel
A Master’s life is made richer because of his slave’s service to him. She serves in so many ways and places. she uses her vessels to shoulder many loads for her Master. She is of little 24/7 value if she is unwilling to shoulder the loads of the vessels.
A well worn vessel shows the worth of a slave girl because she carries it often in service to her master. The scars on a well worn vessel are honor marks showing his slave’s value. It is better to drop and break a vessel while working hard than for her to be afraid to shoulder it in service to her Master. Her efforts to serve far out weights the value of a vase. She will be given another vase.
She serves or prepares for future service by gaining skills in such areas as cooking, massage, sewing & crafts, dance, bookkeeping or a hundred other skills. Her focus is on serving, obeying and pleasing, and she takes positive steps to improve her ability to do so. She collects all kinds of vessels to carry for her master in order to better serve. After all, she is owned 24/7/365, and that provides many chances to serve in so many ways. Her vessels will be well used if she is willing to carry them.
The vessels she carries are not limited to domestic service
She brings the vessel filled with the fruits of her labor home to her Master. She kneels and presents the filled vessel. She feels his pride. Somehow the vessel now seems not so heavy a load.
She carries her vessel with pride. She knows her Master is proud of her for the way she carries herself while she shoulders the vessel. His pride is always in her not the vessel she carries.
Every slave carries a vessel owned by her master. The vessel has value only when carried. The beauty is not in the vessel but in the slave that carries it.
Images by Lehnert_et_Landrock c. 1910. from Wikimedia Commons – Rudolf LEHNERT (1878-1948) & Ernst LANDROCK (1878-1966) The images were photographed by Lehnert in or about the year 1910. Altho all images were photographed by Lennert they were published under both names.
NOTE: Folks, ABUSE and Torture to obtain submission is has no place in the lifestyle and a violation of law.