Attacking Forces and Weak Systems

Forces are responsible for the process of growth of a baby.

Different forces are responsible for him getting old.

But there are more aggressive forces, when they trace a weak organ, a weak old man, or a person with a weak structure – they attack, in all kind of manners, leaving behind: a stroke, depression, deafness, glaucoma, or cancer, and they will attack again. 

(Attack – it always is towards the old and the weak). 

It is a law of Mother Nature to aid weak and ill plants – to wither, (and thus to make room for new & healthy plants). And this is the same with us.

 (Some people seem to go at once, in one go, like in a heart attack for example. Before that, they seemed to possess full health and then in one moment – they are gone. But what wasn’t visible or known is the weak state of their heart beforehand). 

Some people have got a gentle and fragile system, they would be attacked most of the time.

Most people with high spirit or high spark – has got too gentle, too fragile and too sensitive, maintenance systems, that are not able to bear such inner fire. and thus their lower systems are getting weaker, And than, their frail lower systems are potential victims for such attacks. Their life is full of ill health & personal crises. And the older this special and sensitive people grow – the more frequent and massive the attacks would be. 

 The attacking forces find those weakness like bees finding flower nectar. They get attracted to it.

When you are old and frail, or younger with high fire living within a gentle fragile system – you are a subject for those forces.

Each stroke is a shake to the whole system that becomes weaker and thus less durable for the next blow.

Some artists and thinkers with frail systems: 

Beethoven, Nietzsche, Mozart, Van Gogh, August strindberg, Sinead Q’cnnor, Charles Baudeilre, Antonin Artauad, Cesar Vallejo, Alfred Jarry, Vladimir Mayakovski, Sylvıa Plath, Vırgınıa Woolf, Ernest Hemingway, Tennessee Williams, George Orwel, Edvard Munch, Amedeo Modigliani, Kurt Cobain, Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Thomas De Quincey, Toulouse-Lautrec etc.)

Vincent van GoghSelf-portrait with Bandaged Ear, Easel and Japanese Print, January 1889. Van Gogh, who struggled with poverty and mental illness for most of his life, is regarded as a famous example of the tortured artist.

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