“The Christian passion psychologically: Voluntary acceptance of suffering produces a transformation… sufficiently powerful to transcend tragedy and to keep malevolence at bay.”
Hopelessness, powerlessness, God, and shame. Repressing our evil potential co-represses celebrating our goodness. Suffering is our fate, and why the Redeemer came. Psychology yaps out both sides of its mouth, so I prefer a Polish poet.
When Noah seems to adhere to the norms of a 16-year-old young man, it is coincidence, not conformity.
Culture and psychology have all the answers to malaise and melancholy, right? These artists weigh in…
That makes me sad. Sadder than anything he has done besides make us hate him. Hating him gives him power over us… I suppose if we all get to pour out our poison, at least it doesn’t stay inside us.
A loving relative responded to “My love letter to you“: It is one thing to be sad about something, but if it persists and disrupts your life, you may not have “sadness”, you may have clinical depression. If so, please find help. There’s no doubt I was disabled for a little while by clinical depression.Continue reading “My love letter to you PS”