It is a great art to saunter. Henry David Thoreau Journal, April 26, 1841
The message here? Just say lust.
Concupiscence, though synonymous to lust, connotes specific theological issues. According to Wikipedia, "concupiscence refers to the orientation or inclination of human desire towards a partial good before any voluntary and conscious decision." Based on, inter alia, different conceptions of original sin, Catholics and Protestants have different opinions on what constitutes concupiscence: "Protestants consider concupiscence to be sinful, whereas Catholics believe it to be highly likely to cause sin, though not sinful in itself."
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