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The problem is not a problem of sanity and insanity. It is a problem of disastrous motives and constructive motives and the degree to which either is suppressed.

By suppressing the damaging motives of a being who is currently inclined to disaster, one can make that being “behave.” But by suppressing the constructive motives of a being currently inclined to constructiveness (as in the military) one can make that being “behave” also. But both will become physically ill, neurotic or insane in the absence of processing.

So the same being in one long period is constructive and in the next long period disastrous.

As man measures time in small bits, such as youth, old age or a lifetime, he could conceive of a being as either only constructive or only disastrous.

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