-"perfer et obdura, dolor hic tibi proderit olim" (latin) = "be patient and tough, someday this pain will be useful to you"
-"Would it be much better if I knew nothing about you?" = Milo Greene "1957"
- Dybbuk (דיבוק)- the Jewish equivalent of a demon, these malevolent lost souls adhere to an individual, even a good person, and completely destroy their lives. It does so by possessing people, looking for some type of support. It never quite understands what's happening or going on and in turn, there is sad and terrible devastation.
Full index for this character soon. This is another study of the main character to be used in "Wisdom to Know the Difference". It's becoming an execution and exorcism of hungry ghosts and my dependency on saving them. It's rewarding progress more than investing in potential. It's sustainable abundance through independent flourishing along with a parade of like minded healthy crops. It's cutting away old branches to promote new growth. It's beginning to be cultivating that new growth