- Posted: Wednesday, July 17, 2013
- Meeting: Wednesday, July 17, 2013
- 73 words
Since no desire can complete itself -- by itself -- through anything it imagines -- its only recourse is to imagine "more of" whatever failed to satisfy it the first time around. This unseen cycle is the mainspring of addiction; and, among other unseen self-compromising states, unconscious desire also drives that dark engine called "greed" -- as it keeps trying to fill a bucket with no bottom by pouring imaginary water into it.