Carl Jung Quote

But what will he do when he sees only too clearly why his patient is ill; when he sees that it arises from his having no love, but only sexuality; no faith, because he is afraid to grope in the dark; no hope, because he is disillusioned by the world and by life; and no understanding, because he has failed to read the meaning of his own existence?


Psychology and religion: West and East (ed. 1958)

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But what will he do when he sees only too clearly why his patient is ill; when he sees that it arises from his having no love, but only sexuality; no ...

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But what will he do when he sees only too clearly why his patient is ill; when he sees that it arises from his having no love, but only sexuality; no ...

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But what will he do when he sees only too clearly why his patient is ill; when he sees that it arises from his having no love, but only sexuality; no ...

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But what will he do when he sees only too clearly why his patient is ill; when he sees that it arises from his having no love, but only sexuality; no ...