There is no one more logical than the lunatic, more concerned with the minutiae of cause and effect. Madmen are the greatest reasoners we know, and that trait is one of the accompaniments of their undoing. All their vital processes are shrunken into the mind. What is the one thing they lack that san
Aspects of neurosis
Neurosis has three interdependent aspects.
In the first place it refers to people who are having trouble living with the truth of existence; it is universal in this sense because everybody has some trouble living with the truth of life and pays some vital ransom to that truth.
In the second plac
•dread of possibility•
Now the dread of possibility holds him as its prey, until it can deliver him saved into the hands of faith. In no other place does he find repose he who went through the curriculum of misfortune offered by possibility lost everything, absolutely everything, in a way that no one has lost it in reali