Habeus Corpus: Bring Forth the Body

Habeus corpus laws are worldwide to ensure that people are not detained due to cruel intentions or corrupt governments. Habeus corpus laws also enable the justice system to summons people away from various groups and cultures such as those detained within the indoctrination process of the Islamic religion. This is what Wikipedia says about habeus corpus: “A writ of habeas corpus means “you may have the body,” is a court order that requires a person under arrest to be brought before a judge or into court. The principle of habeas corpus ensures that a prisoner can be released from unlawful detention—that is, detention lacking sufficient cause or evidence. The remedy can be sought by the prisoner or by another coming to the prisoner’s aid. This right is now available in many nations. It has historically been an important legal instrument safeguarding individual freedom against arbitrary state action. It has been extended to non-police authorities, which has successfully been utilized more recently in India to liberate a woman from a madrasa. Madrasa in the West usually refers to a specific type of religious school or college for the study of the Islamic religion, though this may not be the only subject studied. As of 2004 20,000 madrasas educated over 1.5 million students per year.” In this article I’m writing I will say the primal instincts of the human animal is detained by the divine presence of the soul, but in this way the body of the detainee can be brought forward to reveal their inner liberation. Let’s continue this article, “Habeus Corpus: Bring Forth The Body.”

An order of Habeus Corpos is necessary when liberation through the divinity of the soul is questionable. The relationship we have to the divinity of the soul clarifies the benefit of habeus corpus laws so that we may have the body of the person we desire to see. The divine presence within us detains the primal nature of the human animal, but in a way that allows the body of the detained person to be brought forward in a liberating way. Then again, there will be some who oppose that divine detention while complaining about discomfort and will fight the process through every step. They argue their life is being taken away, claim that human existence is worthless, and are full of negative energy. Any detainee of theirs will be barren of inner fruitfulness, conflicted, embrace death in various forms, be blind to divine worth of the human animal, and will express who they are negatively. Those detainees would need an order of habeus corpus to rescue them from their detainers because otherwise their fate would be hidden. Alternatively, detention of the primitive nature of the flesh by the deity of our soul is liberating. In that detention we are given spiritual fruitfulness, we receive tranquility, we feel the fullness of life, the light of our divine worth begins to shine, and the generation of positive energy is evident. In essence, the deity is saying you can have the body in better condition than ever before. With that said, the beastly nature of the human animal is a domineering predator seeking to detain others for the purposes hostile to humanity, involving malicious indoctrination and subject to duress. In that light, habeus corpus laws give the ability to request the presence of a person who has been locked into an abusive situation that restricts entry into the divine goodness of the soul. A person hostile to the divinity of the soul will be reluctant to show you the detainee, but a person hospitable to the inward deity will comply from the spirit of goodwill.

An order of Habeus Corpus is necessary when liberation through the spiritual fruit is questionable. We are un-fruitfully detained when there is negative impact on the blossoms of the spirit’s fruit. That detention keeps us imprisoned into an environment of hate, cruelty, ill-intentions, violence, domination, harshness, despair, evilness, pessimism, fatality, out of control behaviors, and impulsiveness. Alternatively, the divinity of the soul detains primitive behaviors to cause spiritual fruit to blossom in the human spirit. That’s a spirit plush with kindness, goodwill, meekness, gentleness, joy, goodness, patience, self-control, love, peace, faith, and perseverance. The divine detainer can bring forth a body full of civil behaviors, but beastly detainers cannot.

An order of habeus corpus might come about when it’s apaprent the detainee is suffering deprivation of health, safety, belonging, worth, or identity. The detainers might abuse a detainee for rejecting a specific belief, indoctrination, culture, or lifestyle. Let’s read on.

Request Habeus Corpus to monitor the welfare of the detainee’s health. We can assert that the divine presence of the soul detains primal cravings of the flesh to enhance our health. In contrast, the beastly nature of the human animal rebels against the inner deity that works to quell the primitive nature of unhealthy habits. In fact, there are those who are malicious in their detainment of a person of interest as they begin to indoctrinate them in beliefs that are contrary to the welfare of humanity. Within that detainment, various abuses of the body and neglect of basic needs could result. That includes excessive use of drugs and alcohol, sleep deprivation, and unsanitary conditions to coerce obedience to the will of the culture they are detained in. In addition, there could be neglect through small meal rations, too little activity through the day, and ignoring other day to day needs. In essence, malicious detainment intends to instill depraved beliefs regarding the frailty of the human body while emphasizing the power of dominance and manipulation over the beast. However, an abused and neglected person is not something an abuser can bring forth to show others, unless they intend to antagonize a civil population. When the primal urges of the human animal are detained by the divinity of the soul, there comes inspiration to care for the welfare of fleshly needs. For example, we are aware of vitamins, minerals, protein, carbohydrates, and “good” oils even though most of us have no idea what they look like. That information comes from divine knowledge, not primal instincts. Likewise, the deity of the soul teaches us to be compassionate towards our need for food, water, sleep, sanitation, and fresh air. The divinity of the soul who detains our primitive urges is able to bring our body forth to reveal a healthy person in thought, emotion, and behavior. In contrast, when we see people suffering from a lack of attention to health concerns we rely on the spirit of self-control and patience as we persevere in goodness.

Request Habeus Corpus when the safety of the detainee is questionable. The primal nature of the human animal thrives in an environment of apparent lawlessness. When their mind tells them they can act out in unfruitful ways towards the civil community, then the environment can become chaotic. The nature of beastly detainers become the law to the detained. Those detainers inflict physical harm and domestic abuses upon the detained for the purpose of making life unpredictable with fear. That fear is a tool in the process of indoctrination to instill the belief that terrorizing the human animal is effective to solicit obedience. Those in detention becomes a tool of the detainers to inflict terror in the civil community to gain primal authority. However, the detainers are unwilling to bring forth the person who is indoctrinated with violence as a tool of negotiation. Alternatively, the divinity of the soul detains primal lawlessness while simultaneously inducing tranquility within the human spirit. The detained beast begins to develop divine qualities through the fruit of peace, meekness, and gentleness. The divine detainer enables those qualities to bring civility to humanity, serenity in the home, and stability from day to day. The detainer of fleshly disobedience can bring forth the body of the detained which permeates with a soft and tender attitude towards humanity.

Request Habeus Corpus when the detainee’s place of belonging is questionable. The beastly nature of the human animal demonstrates hostility to civil qualities and opposes a wholesome social network. The beastly detainers convey an attitude of hatred, intolerance, sexual abuse, and exclusion of those deviating from the primal nature of humanity. Those detained by them are exposed to societal fragmentation and indoctrinated to believe primitive behaviors are acceptable social traits. They are programmed to perpetuate ill-intentions on people of divine goodness. However, the detainers are not able to bring forth the body of the detainee to show a civil community their creation. Alternatively, there is comfort knowing the divinity of the soul detains primitive flesh for the purpose of liberation for the human animal. That liberation comes through love, tolerance, acceptance, and intimacy for one another. The merciful deity of this universe can bring forth the body of the detainee with evidence of love, goodwill, and kindness in the spirit.

Request Habeus Corpus when the light shining on the detainee’s divine worth becomes questionably dim. The primitive nature within the flesh feels an urge to dominate and conquer whoever they can. They do that by blinding the detainee to the supreme worth existing within the divinity of the soul. The detainee is exposed to malicious indoctrination which instills a belief that brute strength, force, and weaponry can conquer the human animal. With that teaching, the detained has a purpose that ultimately desolates inner fruitfulness, incites confrontation, disregards the sanctity of life, and thrives on negative charges. Mutual respect within humanity is lost as they strive to be supreme and dominant. They intend to degrade, humiliate, and ridicule the divine presence of the soul to conquer humanity with intimidation and force. However, the beastly detainers are not able to bring forth a body that conveys a liberating intent through equality or mutual respect. Alternatively, the deity of the soul detains primal urges to conquer the beast and simultaneously shine a light on the divinity within the soul. In that light, the divinely detained sees inner fruitfulness, experiences tranquility, feels a love for life, and illuminates with positive ebergy. The divine detainer is able to bring forth the detained with light on the goodness of the soul and the pride of mutual respect for members of humanity.

Request Habeus Corpus when there are questions about how a detainee expresses their identity. Primal urges root themselves in the desires of the flesh, so the expression of the human beast identifies with self-gratification and material gain. Those primitive cravings manifest with negative energy when detained by divine restraint. The beastly nature becomes very pessimistic while conveying evilness as they express despair when confronting divine qualities within the human spirit. Those detained by people who express their identity through fleshly prowess are subject to malicious indoctrination. Those misguided doctrines focus on fleshly rewards as well as the ominous fate of those living for the divinity of the soul. However, the primal detainers are not able to bring forth the detained because of the negative attitude towards divine goodness and the lust for fleshly or materialistic gratification. Alternatively, the deity of the soul detains primal identification to issue positive energy in the expression of the human animal. The divinely detained person flowers with joy, goodness, and faith within the spirit. The divine detainer brings forth a body that feels liberation by the optimism for humanity flowing through the soul.

Some people will deny the process of habeus corpus because they want to hide the uncivil perpetrators they are creating. They utilize anger if you pursue a suspicion that someone in their possession, or detainment, might be on the verge of being a dangerous person. Also, they become very pessimistic towards you as a person for suspecting they’re harboring a future grim reaper. Their idea of bargaining with you includes stall tactics. They promise to talk about your concerns “tomorrow” to deter your inquiries today. Even so, acceptance of habeus corpus to bring forth a detainee is essential to show goodwill to the welfare of the community. That goodwill reveals reverence to the divinity of the soul where spiritual fruit blossom.

There are reservoirs of people who desire to prevent the abduction of their detainee through an order of habeus corpus. The attitudes exiting those reservoirs are words AND behaviors that create barriors to fruitful interaction with the detainee. Those attitudes transfer directly through people who intend to do harm to society by manipulating the attitude of the one in detention. Indirectly, attitudes that obstruct the process of habeus corpus transfer through people who “hold their peace” to avoid “complicating” the situation.

The attitude of obstructing the process of habeus corpus enter a person as they attempt to garnish esteem from, and be acceptable to, a civil community. The humiliation of being known as someone who conjures violence to citizens would be intolerable. The people susceptible to hiding a potentially dangerous detainee are those who want to keep dark secrets, or socially improper behaviors “under wraps.” They feel consideration for the group in question and are not willing to be a gossiper. We can interrupt the cycle of hiding a detainee by allowing the softness of the spiritual fruit to live through us. In that softness is the willingness to bring forth dependents, and concerns about dependents, to reveal our reverence to the divine goodness of the soul.

We can assess that the process of habeus corpus requires a detainer to bring forth a detainee who might be under duress, under malicious indoctrination, or unjustly imprisoned. The diagnosis is that some people will make an effort to obstruct an order of habeus corpus for the purpose of hiding the monster they desire to create. Even so, we plan to bring peace, love, faith, and joy to all we meet from day to day, including dependents, loners, and those “stuck” in one place with no mobility. We implement that plan through social media, community contacts, and visitations by encouraging constructive and fruitful interactions. The succes of what we do is visible when the spiritual fruit blossom in what we do, say, and think. That fruitfulness is full of compassion, charitable givings, and unconditional love for all we see from day to day.

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