It is the same beast again.

She is known to be a strong woman, committed to her various missions in life. She takes enmity in her stride, and hurts just enough to make way for herself. There is no interest in the enemy after her work is accomplished. She has never felt the need, nor had the time to nurse grudges.

But this is the beast she has been unable to tame or conquer as yet. The thin bones and tendons demonstrate hollowness. Creatures of his ilk have very little to do in their own lives. What amuses as well as pains her is the mental vacuum. They walk on earth with nothing of their own, and justify their pitiable existence by criticising others. They’ve made it their mission in life to tell others what they are doing wrong. They expect others to follow rules they’ve set for the world.

Well, they do seem to have a mission – of creating an ideal world of their dreams, with puppets dancing to their tune. The beast loses control on seeing resistance. Many a murder has happened with this imbalance. Mental abuse, gaslighting, psychopathic  behavior is all a result of this internal vacuum.

11 thoughts on “Psychopaths

  1. I feel upset because the psychopath will never see the beauty in love, so I love them too. In the hope, they find the love they push away so much. Sometimes it hurts to love so if it is felt they push it away and become psychopathic. But that’s not to say they can’t find their way to empathy. As that is an empath’s job to help humans flick the switch from psychopathy to empathy its a sliding scale, a spectrum. Love Ian Scott Thrive On News

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