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Disclaimer and Limits of Liability. The demonstrations and procedures described within this website are derived from the ledeskalnin and personal experiences of the author. The author bopk not responsible for any negative or adverse effects or consequences from the use of anything suggested, demonstrated, or discussed on this site. Reader, if for any reason you do not like the things I say in this little book, I left just as much space as I used, so you can write your own opinion opposite it and see if you can do better.
Now, I will tell you why I did not get the girl. In Ed’s Place, there was a lasting fame for a girl’s name but it would have taken money to put the fame upon her. The trouble was that I did not have the money and didn’t make enough. That was the reason I could not look for a girl.
I don’t mean a sixteen year old girl, I mean a brand new one. If it had meant a sixteen year old girl, it would have meant at the same time, that I made money for the sweet sixteen while she was making love with a fresh boy. I will furnish all the love making to my girl. Anything that we do leaves its effect, but it leaves more effect upon a girl than it does upon a boy or a man, because the girl’s body, mind and all her constitution is more tender and so it leaves more impressions — and why should one want to be around any-body’s else impressions?
A girl is to a fellow the best thing in this world, but to have the best one second hand, it is humiliating. All girls below sixteen should be brand new. If a girl below sixteen cannot be called brand new any more, it is not the girl’s fault; the mamma is to blame! It is the mamma’s duty to supervise the girl to keep those fresh boys away.
In case the girl’s mamma thinks that there is a boy somewherewho needs exper. Nothing can hurt her any more. But all the blame does not rest on the mamma alone. The schools and the churches are cheapening the girls! They are arranging picnics are coupling up the girls with the fresh boys and then they send them out to the woods, parks, beaches and other places so that they can practice in first degree love making.
Now, I will tell you what the first de-gree love making is. The first degree love making is when the fresh boy begins to soil the girl by patting, rubbing and squeezing her.
They start it in that way but soon it begins to get dull and there is no kick in it, so they have to start in on the second de-gree and keep on and then by and by, when. There is no more response in it because all the response has been worked out with those fresh boys. Why should it be that way? Everything we do should be for some good purpose but as everybody knows there eevery nothing good that can come to a girl from a fresh boy. When a girl is sixteen or sev-enteen years old, she is as good as she ever will be, but when a boy is sixteen years old, he is then fresher ln in all his stages of development.
He is then not big enough to work but he is too big to be kept in a nursery and then to allow such a fresh thing leedsjalnin soil a girl it could not work on my girl. Now I will tell you about soiling. Anything that is done, if it is with the right party it is all right, but when it is with the wrong party, it is soiling, and concerning those fresh boys with the girls, it is wrong every time. Now, how can you find out if I am right? You watch her every day and some day you will see the girl coming home with a red face.
One’s face is a window for other people to look in on and when it turns red it shows that there was something done that her moral conscience told her should not have been done.
It is shocking to imagine that someone else produced that red face to my girl. In such a case she could not be one hundred per cent sweet.
As soon as a girl acquires experience the sweetness begins to leave her right away. The first experience in everything is the most impressive. That is the reason why I want a girl the way Mother nature puts her ou. I want to pick out the girl while she is guided by the instinct alone.
When I started out in doing things that would make it possible for me to get a girl, I set a rule in my behavior to follow: The sweet sixteen had to be a beginner and a likeable girl and with a mild disposition; I had to be deserving of her.
Everybody’s sweet sixteen should be so high in one’s estimation that no temptation could induce one to act behind her back. I always have wanted a girl but I never had one. The reason why is that I knew it would produce several conditions and leave their effects, but I did not want any effects from past experience left on me and my sweet sixteen. A girl will economize, go hungry and endure other hardships before she will put on another girl’s dress to wear.
A Book in Every home – by Ed Leedskalnin (original book scan 1936)
Having such a case the present possessor would have to clean up the past performer’s effects. Now you see, to ecery up the other person’s leavings, it is humiliating, so it would be a cheap and undesirable affair.
I want one hundred per cent good or none. That is why I was so successful in resisting the natural urge for love making.
A Book in Every home – by Ed Leedskalnin (original book scan ) — Magnetic Universe
Now about sweet and how sweet, a girl can be one hundred per cent sweet to one only and no more. To illustrate, suppose we are two men and a girl together somewhere and some one hoe would ask if she is sweet and we both would say she is sweet.
But let her leedsskalnin very friendly with the other fellow and then if someone should ask if she is sweet, I would say that she is not. Now you see her friendly action with the other fellow produced a change in me and it would. We always strive for perfection. We are only one-half of a perfect whole, man is the bigger and stronger half and the woman is the other. To be perfect there must be two, but where there is two there is no room for more, so the third party is left to go ledeskalnin else with sour feelings.
A normal male is always ready to strive for perfection, the female is not. It is not only with human beings, it is the same with every living thing. If you watch a flock of chickens, where there everry a rooster, and if you add another rooster, you will see them fight to death. One will have to go or be killed and this is the same thing with the other living things. Lower forms of life are guided by instincts alone so the present only comes into leedskalnun.
As soon as the other male is leedsmalnin away, the female is as good as she ever homw, but with us it is different.
We are guided more by reason and thought than. Now, if it is not good today, it was not good yesterday and it won’t be good tomorrow. That is why an experienced girl cannot be one hundred per cent sweet. According to my observation the girls are wrong in looking for their permanent partners.
They are too quick. By being too quick, they only get those fellows with quick emotions. All quick emotions are irresponsible and short lasting. There are two kinds of love – sensual and sentimental. Sensual love has the present and little future only. The sentimental love has homd present, past and future, so it is more desirable.
A Book in Every Home : Containing Three Subjects: Ed’s Sweet Sixteen, Domestic and Political Views
It will be slower but it will last longer. Now, girls, when any fellow jumps quickly at you, you had better keep away from him.
He has no consideration that the action would do any good to leedslalnin. You are the weakest side, so you. The fellow who makes an advance toward you, and if he won’t state what leedskalnun eventual purpose will be, he is not a gentleman.
All men should know that the girl’s primary purpose is homs find a permanent partner while they are young. Those fellows who fail to see this are not desirable to have around. Girls below sixteen should not hkme allowed to associate with the boys, they are practicing in love making, such a thing should be discouraged.
Love making should be reserved for their permanent partners. With every love making affair, their hearts get bruised and by the time they leedskalnin up, their hearts are so badly bruised that they are no more good.
Boys and girls start out as friends and finish as disappointed lovers, now let me tell you. Male and female are never friends, a. Let’s see what happens when they are selecting their partners while they are young. They select their partners on account of good looks. The liking for the good looks remain but the good looks change and they change so much in ten years that you would not recognize them if you had not seen them now and then – and the boy gets the best deal almost every time.
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By that time they are grown up. The girls will be faded so much that the fellow would not want her any more so then, any girl who associates with a fellow only five years older is headed for a bad disappointment. This all could be avoided with the right kind of an education.
Now, a few words about education. You know we receive an education leedskalinn the schools from books. All those books that. So if they are wrong then, they are also wrong now, and the one who is educated from the wrong books is not educated, he is misled.
All books that are written are wrong, the one who is not educated cannot write a book and the one who is educated, is not really educated but he is misled and the one who is misled cannot write a homd which is correct.
The misleading began when our far distant ancestors began to teach their descendants. Keedskalnin know they knew nothing but they passed their knowledge of nothing to the coming generations and it went so innocently that nobody noticed it. That is why we are not educated.