dali48 and studying and playing chess and stopping smoking in the 70s...
08.04.2000 - Interpretation of dali48
Thinking, feeling, and fantasies are judged and condemned as if they were actions - This paulic equality that thinking is just as evil as acting - that the boundary between inner and outer is abolished in ethical judgment has psychically the most devastating consequences - This is also one of the premises of totalitarianism - When I look at Augustin (the harpist in Wilhelm Meister's year), who has fallen into the debt like a tormented child - This is the case with me, as if that guilt has rubbed off, that it has been transmitted from the father. He has defended himself against it and charged his children with it... - "The inevitability of guilt under the terrific pressure of ruthless, cruel parents recalls the perfidy of totalitarian dictators, the Nazis, fascists, communists, Islamic fanatics:
The tormentor uses artful tricks to make the victim himself guilty - in order to give the victim of the ill-treatment the only choice between two evils:
You save your life - and condemn your family or friends to death. No one who survives the violence is without guilt ... - So it was with all injuries. Every accident was punished as a crime - and no one gave comfort in the pain - There was the suppression of all emotions - all the weakness... - Yes, it really was the "inner Nazi" - who does not tolerate any weakness and will try ruthlessly to eradicate it... (L. Wurmser)
Golden Snow We are strange being dali48, we love we hate we destroy. I live alone and time is mine, I also have little contact with others, most days I count myself blessed to be where I am. Very interesting post thank you for sharing.
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