24th Prasad – Family

The Great Reveal from the Planetmates: The Twenty-Fourth Prasad. The Family Investment

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Nature’s parents do not view their children through a dark, crazed veil of dry and thirsty deprivation nor a floral, milky gleem of vain and pathetic estimation, as humans do, say Planetmates.

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Eventually, early humans saw children as resources in the struggle against their overblown fear of death, say Planetmates. The 24th Prasad — The Family “Investment”

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Care-giving was tainted and minimal, and it fostered traits reflective of the emotional deprivations of the adults.

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However confused the grown Humans, over time they came to understand that for their own survival there is benefit to the investment in these dying, desperate prematures.

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The Twenty-Fourth Prasad – Children As Investments

148048So all care-giving was tainted with this early deprivation and self-centeredness of the care-givers and so, while it did not serve the newborns needs for perfect nurturing, it allowed for some, at least, minimal nurturing for survival. Meanwhile, it acted on the newborns so that such traits that were even dimly reflective of the satisfaction of the fully growns’ own early deprivations were selected for in newborns. This period of ambivalence over newborns and what to do with them characterized your species for a very long period, relatively, and your species remained a small and insignificant part of all Earth planetmates because of this. child-labour05dThis only began to change when you began your sedentary-accumulative-conforming ways. So, however confused the grown Humans, over time they came to understand—and it’s to be noted that in some types of cultures it took a great deal of time to get to this understanding—that there is benefit to the investment in these dying, desperate prematures, for their survival. (to be continued)

Paraphrase/ Elaboration “The Twenty-Fourth Prasad” — Ambivalence Regarding Children by SillyMickel Adzema

Your children were hurt by this early inattentiveness to their needs. All parenting was suffused with the emotional deprivation and resulting twisted consciousness of your fully growns. However far from ideal nurturing and what is possible in Nature, such care-giving was sufficient, barely, for species survival.

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krampusBut such a corruption of nurturing continued to infuse and mold the personalities of your children in unnatural ways. More and more, it pushed toward characteristics that mirrored the darker impulses of your adults; it manifested the repressed undersides of fully growns, which was comprised of early unmet needs and corrupted desires.

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imggagesSo there was ambivalence in the desire for children. Your species swayed back and forth about what to do with them — between the poles of infanticide and abandonment on one side and acceptance and nurture on the other—for the longest period of your fully human existence. It follows that humans did not LionWitchWardrobe2_Birminghamthrive during this period. Poor Pakistani ChildrenYou survived, barely; but your numbers were not large compared to other species, and your species and its strange proclivities did not matter much in the grand scheme of things. You were no great harm and caused no widespread suffering to the many outside of yourselves.

Indonesia2011074022commodities_insideBut as your species turned its back on its nomadic roots and, blinded by an unnatural fever, pursued a circumscribed and strenuous sedentary lifeway, this stasis in your numbers began to change. You began to see some benefit in having offspring. You perceived survival advantages in family status and larger broods of children.

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Of course, for most of this time the greater majority of you still did not come to the appreciation of the family burden, still there was ever-growing understanding of such as worthy of investment. And this changing view correlated predominantly with sedentary lifestyles and accumulating/ conforming ways.

unfinished_lucifer_design_by_jdillon82To clarify, your crazed non-sedentary forebears still were ambivalent about children vlcsnap-2011-05-29-22h11m11s26and perceived families as a burden in relation to their overblown perception of the struggle to survive. Alongside this, in the world of Nature, there was neither a disinclination for offspring nor an overinvestment in them. Bonding and affection with Nature’s young rose from the correct, biologically constituted, appreciation of the offspring, and this more individually so. Nature’s parents do not view their children through a dark, crazed veil of dry and thirsty deprivation nor a The Wall Movie 1982 (7)floral, milky gleem of vain and pathetic estimation. 308157_2704946665925_1324516302_3105340_1023240093_nIn contrast to both of these, agrarian anchors and accumulating, conniving modes fostered appreciation of increases of population, specifically, families, as beneficial in the struggle for survival. It follows that attention and energy would be put into these extra beings, seen increasingly as resources in the struggle against the monstrously over-apprehended fear of death.

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Helfer_BatteredChildicon9420665-man-sitting-on-chessboard-among-team-of-white-chess-pawns-3d-illustration (2)The upshot is that in your ever-increasing sedentary numbers, children were considered advantageous against that imagined encroaching darkness you carried. So the life of your otherwise doomed, helpless newborns was valued more often than not. Your desperate, suffering half-borns would increase your numbers as a defense against your personal demise.

Continue with The Great Reveal from the Planetmates, The Twenty-Fifth Prasad:

The Family Fortress

Return to The Great Reveal, Chapter Thirty-One: The Twenty-Third Prasad. The “Love” Contract, Parental Care?

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