Web of Words ~Carl Jung

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Carl Jung Depth Psychology

So if I fall prey to the web of words, I fall prey to the greatest and the smallest. I am at the mercy of the sea, of the inchoate waves that are forever changing place. Their essence is movement and movement is their order. He who strives against waves is exposed to the arbitrary. The work of men is steady but it swims
upon chaos. The striving of men seems like lunacy to him who comes from the sea. But men consider him mad.198 He who comes from the sea is sick He can hardly bear the gaze of men. For to him they all seem to be drunk and foolish from sleep-inducing poisons. They want to come to your rescue, and as for accepting
help, for sure you would like less of that, rather than swindling your way into their company and being completely like one who has never seen the chaos but only talks about…

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