WEAK PEOPLE

by Dr. Joseph A. Bailey II, MD., FACS on 17th-April-2017

Unconditional Love is absolutely the strongest link in the chain of life. Its absence means a human no longer possesses a Private Selfhood “5Ss” sense of Safety, Security, Sureness/Self-Confidence, Strength, and Stability. That disconnects Unconditional Love from ones Selfhood stability, from ones own Unconditional Goodness, and from the “ME/WE”—i.e. all God’s Creatures and Creations. Acting like a breaking wave, these disconnections cause the afflicted Self-Unknown to wander aimlessly in a mental wilderness + Selfhood Weak—e.g. fearful, apprehensive, and hate-filled. It is a mindset like a disturbed animal backed into a corner, gearing to take revenge. That profoundly weak mindset is unable to do Rational (i.e. Mathematical) Thinking so as to “make sense” by flowing in the  Processes of Nature. Since Supernatural is defined as “beyond powers or Laws of Nature,” its advocates can only think Non-Rationally (i.e. emotionally), making it impossible to arrive at any Natural world Spiritual Realm Truths or Wisdom. Although all weakness impairs anyones Selfhood, some are necessary to activate ones engagements in purposes of life, as in spurring one to over-prepare for tough problems. However, nothing shatters like ones Cosmic disconnection from Unconditional Love. Then, when one is unable to do Rational Thinking, there are no benefits. Both apply to the Weak, regardless of their field of endeavor, into the following types.

Type I are those socialized to be Weak and applause is their end and aim. In hopes of lessening Shame, many Weak ones try matching strength with the stronger and, as a result of losing or being unable to compete, will become increasingly problematic to the strong. Some who make themselves sheep, will be eaten by the wolves. They are full of excuses while waiting for their opportunity ship to come in. Type II are those made weak by accepting defeat and failure. As is well known, “the toe that hurts will be stepped upon.” Some declare themselves as good because they have no claws to fight. But, in actuality, they are pusillanimous (lacking in courage and determination). Type III—those so “beaten down” as to have mindsets “Inside-Out”. Most “broken brains” make alliances with Supernaturals and become their dependents and puppets. They cannot be won over by sharing with them what they most need, for they take that generosity as oppression. Some only “Bend” and, if given the opportunity they believe they can handle, are primed to want to “become Somebody”. Type IV have been Socializedinto Supernatural realms that cause them to self-declare they are “superior”. The degree of their hate and cruelty determines the leadership ranking for each in their Satanist military set-up. Both result from them doing nothing to repair the ill effects of their sadism, stupid mistakes, and flaws. Being far more unwilling to have their weaknesses/imperfections known than their crimes, their greatest spot of weakness is where they fancy themselves most wise—while denying they have any faults.

Type V—those who deem themselves to be so inadequateas to join the Supernatural cult. This gives them background support for being Bullies. Their feebleness drives them to be imperious—i.e. arrogantly domineering and overbearing. They feel supported by the GUN as their display of force—and from using profanity. Supernatural cult members are ever in a struggle to deny or escape from responsibilities of failure—defining this as “not winning”. Since their greatest weakness is great fear of appearing weak, they throw themselves into grandiose destructive undertakings. Their Dumbness prevents them from going mad. Type VI dominate and control by means of declaring their religion to be Supernatural and all others to be pagan. They do not show weakness until they meet with temptations that convert them to using “Flexible Morals.” To console their inferiority feelings and self-hatred, they seek out weakness in those eminent in status + the most peaceful. Each of those Spectacles of discovered weakness adds fuel to their feeling of superiority and power + justifies being angry with the Weak or, at least, to point out how weak others are. By showing “fake” sincere pity, there is mingling of pleasure. They confess to little faults only to persuade others they have no big ones + present their limitations for high level piety. Type VII: Politicians, in general, are extremely Weak, lacking Integrity to do “right things’ in order to follow fellows for self-interest purposes. So, Weak people–like feather pillows—bear marks of the last person who sat on them–not having the strength to be sincere or tell the truth or change their minds when faced with contrary evidence.

Category: Dr. Joseph A. Bailey II, MD., FACS.
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