dali48 and teaching and writing books and photographing in Erkrath etc...
02.04.1999 - Interpretation of dali48
One might imagine that, despite the nurturing qualities, these mothers also make a contribution to this - when the little ones, become murderers and rapists, child molesters and women hunters, become porn kings and drug addicts, not to mention unacceptable husbands and incomprehensible macho lovers...
To put children in the world is the most comfortable way to flee from dealing with their own emotions - and to cover the emptiness and the feeling of nonessence... - The hostility to children, manifested by employers, laws, landlords and the atmosphere in restaurants and in public places - especially in Germany - is just as well known as always surprising - Strong wishes for children as well as strong child rejection often have neurotic traits - Most of them hide behind deep injuries and repressions from their own childhood and education - "I love children" - is like "I love people" - rarely the truth... - Often insecure, distrustful, and hurt, they flee from the parents' house - not joyfully and fully-fledged, but with broken wings... - With her son, she chained the man forever to herself and laid the chains of motherhood on her own - This story is not about the wish for children, but about the concealment of a sick soul... - There is no protection from loss, loneliness, and fear... - Not only does she bear the child, she also bears the burden of the notions of a holy morality in a thoroughly corrupt world... - When it comes to insanity, absurdity, and perversion, the Pope takes a special position... - What comes next? - It is cynical to say that indeed the unborn life is sadly to be protected more often - namely, to come into the world! - The prohibition of contraception (see eg condoms, pills, etc. - d.48) in the age of AIDS is "criminal", and is equal to a suicide attack... - Why is it possible to operate on unborn babies in the mother's womb, to communicate with fax machines all over the world, but must go to bed with dubious pills, leaping pessaries, the fear of saying "no" to sex - if no contraception takes place or you simply do not feel like the man (woman) - It is not the egoistic fear of the failure of the own lust fulfillment - but the fear of rejection and "non-love" - Her desire for men is his position and his checkbook - and his for women is the size of her breast and her availability... (S. Reichel)
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