The Narcissistic Truths – No. 78


7 thoughts on “The Narcissistic Truths – No. 78

  1. Jess says:

    We should all scan through these every now and again. Disturbing jaunt indeed.

  2. Beautiful truth my lying friend….

  3. Ali says:

    ah yes,

    real healthy love destroys the following:

    negativity, illusion, mistrust, wall built to keep other people out, ignorance, imbalance, corruption, and much more, all of which a narc surrounds himself/herself with…

    you curse us while we sit there loving you as best we can because it weakens those walls, it twists your illusions, it un-warps your reality and puts you at risk of losing that carefully built appearance you crafted in order to prevent yourself being hurt. You refuse to feel it as it should be because it would risk wounding you should you love someone just like yourself and being paranoid you fear us to do the same even though you know empaths do not live that way, that it is not in us to act thus.
    It would risk you being vulnerable and would risk you showing the soft underbelly, the weakness you fear.

    because if you opted to feel it, you would be “just like us” or you fear being “like everyone else” except maybe, just maybe that’s not how it works… just maybe those who have a high level of insight and can feel those things are just a little more magical then most people, just a little bit stronger, just a bit more able to cope with life in ways narcs refuse to. That would destroy the narc part of you and you know nothing of living any other way. You fear living any other way and fear not being able to… why change things? change is so frightening and love, love is the most frightening emotion of all… it is foreign to your kind after all…

    in love, seeds are sown, paths are opened, light shines, things grow, change happens, strength is given, truth shines bright. and yes, plants sprout through concrete and begin to reclaim what was once a human-made build sch as a house or a street.

    Which brings up the question: what caused the real destruction? paving over grass and dirt or the sprouting plant cracking the concrete block that was layered on it?

    It is all about how you look at it…

  4. penny dropped says:

    This succinctly, and perfectly sums it all up really doesn’t it.

    ….. and that, my friends, is all there is to it *sigh* 😉

  5. Matilda says:

    *Healthy* love does not destroy, toxic love does…

  6. Narc affair says:

    So very true! Love doesnt destroy and it doesnt take away, two things a child would do when upset. A mature healthy relationship builds something meaningful.

  7. InsaneClownPersona says:

    What part of that image are you considering destruction?

    Are you stating that the buildings and concrete should have never been built in the first place (that human beings are showing a terrible lack of love by having destroyed the planet)?… or that whoever would destroy buildings and concrete would be a non- loving individual?

    Do you love lamp?

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