Sunday, 14 October 2018

Fear and Love

Charismatic/Narcissistic Sexual Predator : So now let us begin Life Line exercise number one. Please press “stop” now. 

The Flying Monkey obeys.

Flying Monkey : As you can see, the Life Line is divided into two polar extremes. 

Fear and love. 

Fear is in the negative energy spectrum. 

And Love is in the positive energy spectrum. 

Sean Smith: <Muttered> No duh…. 

Kitty Farmer: Excuse me? “No duh…” is a product of Fear. 

NO —WRONG : Ridicule is a product of Love.

This is Another Proof of The Truth that Love and Hate are in-fact THE SAME EMOTION, merely pointing in opposite directions.

Captain Ahab LOVES Moby Dick enough to follow him to The Very Ends of The Earth - So that they can kill each other.

Nothing Could Be More Intimate.

Now, on each card is a character dilemma which applies to the Life Line.   

Kitty Farmer: Please… take this… 

<Kitty tries to hand a card to Seth Devlin who refuses to take it> 

Kitty Farmer: … Thank you. Please read each character dilemma aloud, and place an “X” on the Life Line in the appropriate place. Cherita? 

<Cherita gets up, stands by the blackboard, and reads from the card> 

Cherita Chen: Juanita has an important math test today. She’s known about the test for several weeks but has not studied. In order to keep from failing her class Juanita decides that she will cheat on the math test. 

<A Narcissist would experience no fear in deciding to cheat, which is why they constantly do it — it’s as natural to them as breathing;

Moreover still, they regard it is not only acceptable, but moral, ethical and good — heroic, even, since the only love of any kind they have or are capable of experiencing, much less expressing is their own self-Love

Getting caught cheating or trying to cheat, and being punished for it is absolutely morally unacceptable to a Narcissist. Because that means that must have been stupid, incautious and careless, otherwise , how else could they have ever allowed themself to get caught by one of The Ants...? > 

Kitty Farmer: Good, good. Very good. Mr. Darko. 

<Donnie gets up, stands by the blackboard, and reads from the card> 

Donnie Darko: “Ling Ling finds a wallet on the ground filled with money. 

[ well as, though though nor specified here aside from the driver’s licence, we may assume, a fair number of other things — wallets contain far more things than mere money,  so the fact that this one was found FULL of money is really only of very minor, second-order significance in influencing the owners level of desire/interest in having the wallet returned to them — 

One thing that is worth consideratio

She takes the wallet to the address on the driver’s license but keeps the money inside the wallet.” 

A Reasonable Punishment — We May Consider This to represent Asshole Tax.

<Scoffs> I-I’m sorry Mrs. Farmer. I don’t get this. 

Kitty Farmer: Just place an X on the Life Line in the appropriate place. 

Donnie Darko: No, I mean I know what to do, I just don’t get this. You can’t just lump things into two categories. Things aren’t that simple. 

Kitty Farmer: The Life Line is divided that way. 

Donnie Darko: Life isn’t that simple. I mean who cares if Ling Ling returns the wallet and keeps the money? It has nothing to do with either fear or love. 

Kitty Farmer: Fear and love are the deepest of human emotions. 

Donnie Darko: Okay. But you’re not listening to me. There are other things that need to be taken into account. Like the whole spectrum of human emotion. You can’t just lump everything into these two categories and then just deny everything else. 

Kitty Farmer: If you don’t complete the assignment you’ll get a zero for the day. 

Donnie Darko: <deep breath>…

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