By C. G. Jung
Within the spring of 1957, while he was once eighty-one years previous, C. G. Jung undertook the telling of his existence tale. At general durations he had conversations together with his colleague and buddy Aniela Jaffé, and collaborated along with her within the practise of the textual content according to those talks. every now and then, he used to be moved to jot down complete chapters of the e-book in his personal hand, and he endured to paintings at the ultimate levels of the manuscript till almost immediately sooner than his loss of life on June 6, 1961.
This version of Memories, goals, Reflections comprises Jung's VII Sermones advert Mortuos. it's a totally corrected edition.
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Some professions can’t be gone into half-assed. Some require being called to them, like giving your life to the church or the throne or the mob. To be successful at those jobs, it should be something you feel in your bones is the thing you have to do, or someone has to catch you at a young age and groom you into it. Being a cop should be the same way, but that’s not exactly how it was for my mother. It was the man who’d stalked Ma that convinced her to become a cop in the first place. She’d been working a combination of part-time jobs that barely paid the rent, kept the lights on, and filled our stomachs—usually as a bookkeeper or an apartment-leasing agent.
The last time he was seen he’d gone to pay a bill for his mother at a bank two miles from home. I’d completed similar grown-folk’s tasks for Ma, usually dropping off a payment at a branch downtown before I changed buses between school and home. The bike he’d borrowed from a friend to run the errand had been found behind a tree in some woods along the route between his home and the bank. The bank said he’d completed the transaction, so someone got him on his way back home. The police 28 No Place Safe Kim Reid didn’t think he’d run away.
I didn’t say anything, only thought how different it was at my school, where the football game was everything, where the team ran the show because they had a tradition of going to the state finals every year since dirt was created. The band had no soul and I was certain no one at the school had ever seen a step show, much less knew what one was. In my head, I kept hearing, Who brought disco? ” It was an attempt to keep the conversation from returning to her not going to the game. Or she may have asked because she was like an old person that way, bringing up the news or talking about the weather the way old people do when there’s nothing else to say.