Catcher winds in the prose of J. D. Salinger is a way of Ecclesiastes. The metaphor of man, like a squirrel in a wheel, pursuing vain things, things that have no end and no beginning. Seeker of winds – is a gene, extending the tail of the dog.
Admiring the idols you adore the Genie. In vain. Gins are worthy of their suffering, they are doomed to forever unbend the tail of a dog, and you give them your love consolation. Your consolations they work worse. Love, though. Loving gin will turn you into gin. Gina, we need gins not much happens.
Idealists generally helpful people, but you need to understand what this gene, living in a world of illusions, which is to get into the real world can only love. If you pull gene into reality, without love, he'll go berserk with pain and hatred.
To eliminate harm from demons, immerse them in a dream of illusions. The pitcher, in which to lock the Jinn is a fictional world of their illusions and pleasures, games, entertainment and enjoyment. So the demons did not break the real world, they are specially removed from it.
In calming a narcissistic jinn down, a woman makes him serve beauty and light, which is something useful and kind. A jinn that has something to do creates. If the jinn is deprived of love, he will start to destroy himself and the world around him.