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10.19215.   AR AR

The addict always strives to control his drug.  This is usually accompanied by scandals and aggression.  If the drug is harsh, then it involves bribery and subterfuge.  All other things being equal, the addict either tries to buy a dose or take it by force.

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10.19147. Victim of deception.   AR AR

The drug gives a person a false sense of wholeness.  An addict is a person who lacks integrity, this person constantly feels the lack of love.  After taking the drug, it seems to be assembled entirely from some ridiculous pieces... Alas, this feeling is false.

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10.19124.   AR AR

If ordinary life is not interesting and boring for you, then you are a drug addict and welcome to hell.

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10.19122.   AR AR

A person who is dependent on pleasure is riddled with thoughts of self-injustice and self-pity.  Always such a person lacks love, always everyone hurts him.  On the other hand, such a person thinks himself beautiful.

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10.19070. Drug procrastination.   AR AR

The more severe the defeat of the personality by pleasures (drugs), the harder it is for a person to force himself to work.  None of the real property does not interest such people…

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10.19067. Dreamers and Runners.   AR AR

Addicts are characterized by unbridled imagination, crazy and unrealistic ideas are a fountain of them.  Addicts are very fond of and believe their illusions, these illusions, in fact, their source of universal pleasure.  The problem is that there are many ideas, today they fanatically run after one, tomorrow for another.  The ideas of the real world are not interesting to these people and seem very boring.

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10.19066. The rest they can only dream of.   AR AR

What is the life of an addict?
- Mad running, headlong…  Like a squirrel in a wheel, fussy and unclear why.  The person is infinitely loaded with something.  Loaded with something stupid that brings neither moral nor material benefits.  What is the life of a proud man?

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10.19064.   AR AR

Anosognosia is self-deception and a physical loss of self-criticism.  A person does not fool around and does not lie.  He thinks so…

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10.19063.   AR AR

The addict has a mechanism of psychosecurity that assures him that he is bold and beautiful in his essence.  And the worse it is in reality, the more he is filled with importance, arrogance and self-satisfaction.

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10.19062.   AR AR

Drugs raise the addict's self-esteem to the stage of megalomania, but in the negative phase they drop it deep down.

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10.19054.   AR AR

A person for whom pleasure is the meaning of life is an addict, for whom the drug is the meaning of life.

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10.19048.   AR AR

Narcissism is almost always degenerates into one of the forms of dependence and addiction.  There is an opinion that narcissism is primary, and addiction is just a fly trap.

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The beginning of the book


10.19047.   AR AR

The addict does not know what he is doing, and the same goes for the proud and all the other slaves of Vice.  In fact, the parasite took over the brain of the unfortunate caterpillar and ... the end .  Although why the end, deprive the parasite of food and it will starve to death in 3-9 months.

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10.19049.   AR AR

The addict is very aggressive towards those who try to deprive him of pleasure.  Addicts are completely false and there is no way to trust them.  However, where there is a lie, there is also cowardice, so it is quite easy to guide drug users by force.

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10.19050.   AR AR

Narcissism and pride have the most powerful armor of self-deception.  In fact, self-deception of narcissists is the same blindness that is written about in the Bible.

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10.19051.   AR AR

The narcissist does not think of himself as a narcissist, but rather as a very good and unfairly wronged person.  However, even if he sees his guilt, and falls into an inferiority complex-it does not change anything.

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10.19052. Public shame.   AR AR

Addicts and the proud who are very afraid of the shame with which they can be fairly well controlled.  The proud are ready to do anything to avoid disgrace and not look weak and insignificant in someone's eyes.

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10.19055.   AR AR

The point of self-deception of dependent people is that they became addicts because they sought respect, while now everyone despises them.  For a dependent person, contempt is unbearable and he closes himself off from it in every possible way by self-deception.

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10.19056.   AR AR

Egoist and ideological narcissist, in essence, a drug addict, that is, a person who is dependent on his pleasure.

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10.19057.   AR AR

In General, it is not very effective to accuse a person of something, they will instantly turn on self-deception and close down.  It is more useful to blame some third-party facts, and try to turn the person into an ally.

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10.19059.   AR AR

According to science, self-deception is called anosognosia.  This is a severe mental illness that completely deprives a person of hearing and vision in all that concerns his sins and vices.

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10.19065.   AR AR

Drug and love addiction work on the same mechanisms, but if love addiction is fruitful, then drug addiction is infertile.

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10.19068. Experiences of reality and illusions.   AR AR

If the source of a person's joy    if this person believes them and turns into a liar, coward, and drug addict.  If the source of a person's joy is reality, then such a person trusts reality, and turns into a courageous and honest person.

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10.19071.   AR AR

The favorite occupation of a pleasure-dependent person is to hysteria and harass their loved ones with eternal nagging.

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10.19076.   AR AR

The idea that Vice can be of any use will turn you into a drug addict.

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10.19079. Cloned twins.   AR AR

The addict has no personality and no soul.  The soul is love, and the addict has only hunger and thirst instead of love  pleasure.  Instead of a soul, the addict has only pride.  Pride is always the same.  My name is Legion, and all proud men are alike in their nature.

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10.19081.   AR AR

You are a pleasure – addicted drug addict, a proud man who has created an idol for himself…  You crave power over your Vice.  This is not going to happen.  Wise nature knows that stick, carrot, and uncertainty are the only ways to keep addicts on their toes.

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10.19083.   AR AR

The most important symptom of pride is self-deception, which deprives a person of sight and hearing.  Pride is generated by ignorance and paralyzes all the tools of knowledge in a person.  You can only treat a proud person with pain and depression.

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10.19085.   AR AR

An idolater is a drug addict whose only treatment is to artificially bring him closer to the realization of his own inferiority.  That is inferiority and lack of rights!

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10.19087.   AR AR

There is no need to be afraid of the proud, idols and drug addicts, they are like children.  Their actions are simple and primitive.  Explicit prohibitions and impassability work quite well on them.  In fact, these people are very afraid of strength and firmness, which makes them extremely vulnerable.

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10.19095.   AR AR

A person who hates life is doomed to become a drug addict and a slave to Vice.

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10.19101.   AR AR

A person understands words better when it hurts than when it feels good.  A person who is very good, understands words extremely poorly.  Euphoria turns off the brain, pain turns on the brain.

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