“Everyone carries a shadow,” wrote the psychoanalyst Carl Jung, “and the less it is embodied in the individual’s conscious life, the blacker and denser it is.” It seems likely, were he alive today, that Jung might suspect liberals of possessing the biggest shadows of all. Perhaps we need to embrace our shadows before we can properly push them away.
The Mistakes We Make: Why Liberalism is Teetering on Feet of Clay
Henry Wismayer

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The Shadow of the Axe

Great 👍 Article Henry!

I’ve thought about this a lot and feel it is an idea that could lend itself to further development.

This is the first article I’ve read that even touches on this crucial and profoundly pervasive issue from which so much destructive energy is emanating.

“Why should I fear the shadow of the axe when I do not fear the axe?”

I want to read more about this or even write about it to develop this idea further.

Thanks 🙏 to Medium for starting the author feed so I saw your article.

Keep these articles coming, Henry.

As you can see from the snapshot below, I read Jung: