Sweetie Honey had three icons somewhere between her eye and her brain and they were SELF, CHILD, and ENEMY.
And when she had to get herself to do something she would take those icons and roll them over items in her environment.
Once for example she put SELF on a mother bear and CHILD on a baby bear and ENEMY on a human hunter, and she killed the hunter.
Once she put self on Brutus, enemy on Caesar and child on the state of Rome and killed Caesar.
Once she put self on the working classes, enemy on the capitalists and child on the future.
You see how it goes.
But Sweetie Honey wondered — that mind that chooses — where to put those icons called Self, Child, and Enemy — how did that get to be her Self? Who put the “Self” icon on that?
So naturally she did what she could to peel it off, and she found that she could.
And she took a fresh look at the whole situation, and she thought “Sweetie Honey, somebody put you in a movie! Somebody put “self” on the set of decisions to put “Self” “Child” and “Enemy” on different things, and they put CHILD on the story that results from it — yes the story of the bear and the hunter, and the capitalists and workers, and Brutus stabbing Caesar — but not just that. They put it on this very tale, the tale of the Sweetie Honey who realized she had “Self” on her movie-making and then on her realizing that she was making a movie, and “CHILD” stuck to the story I am telling you now — this very story — of the realization that self was stuck to the bear, and then to the sticker and unsticker of “self” stickers — and then to the teller of this story.
But who was the enemy?
Not you, reader! With this act I peel it off!