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Spiritu-Philo-Mystical Essays page 13 Ernest Samuel Llime
GRASSROOTS PSYCHOLOGY - page 2 of 2
According to me, I can understand the motivations and I fully accept the possibility of their existence In my own sub-conscious,  but when considering the social, moral and legal implications, you have to agree that failing to curb these desires makes one a disturbed person that will not be allowed to co-exist peacefully with the rest of the tribe.

My conclusion of course, is that you can react logically to your hidden desires and followed a predefined course if they actually become manifest. The same logic should apply to all of your actions, regardless of where the impulse comes from. For instance, if your neighbor's dog talks to you and tells you to go out and kill someone, remember that you are the one who is responsible, not the dog. The same thing applies if you think the Devil is talking to you. Or maybe God, tells you to go out and kill your only son; Hey, wake up stupid! You are the one who is going to do the deed and you will have to live with it. God apparently had no problem carrying that kind of burden but remember: You are only human!

 

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